Accreditation is a rigorous process undertaken by schools to achieve official recognition that the school meets or exceeds set standards for higher learning. You may think that all colleges or universities are accredited, but that just isn’t the case. School accreditation provides employers with the validity of your degree.
For you, accreditation provides peace of mind that you are attending a university that holds high standards. In addition, when you enter the job market, employers may view your accredited degree as a determining factor in the quality of the application.
Strayer University holds both institutional and programmatic accreditations. Institutional accreditation is concerned with institutional standards, while programmatic accreditation focuses on school programs.
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