Accreditation¹ Means Accountability
Accreditation1 is designed to help educational institutions boost their ongoing performance efforts for the benefit of their students. Accreditation1 matters because our students deserve the highest level of educational excellence possible.
AdvancED® is the world’s largest education community, serving more than 34,000 educational institutions. They’re a non-profit, non-partisan organization that conducts rigorous, on-site reviews of a variety of educational institutions and systems to ensure that all learners realize their full potential.
Gain a better education
Accreditation1 requires ensuring the curriculum meets a certain quality standard. You, as a student, benefit from the teaching practices and procedures that allow us to retain our accreditation1.
What benefit does accreditation1 serve?
While accreditation1 is a set of rigorous protocols and research-based processes for evaluating an institution’s organizational effectiveness, it is far more than that. Today accreditation1 examines the whole institution—the programs, the cultural context, the community of stakeholders—to determine how well the parts work together to meet the needs of students.
Accreditation1 is inextricably linked to institution and educational system improvement. The accreditation1 process asks institutions and systems to critically evaluate their vision, strategies, priorities, leadership, and programs and resources. The process of earning and maintaining accreditation1 provides institutions and educational systems with clear and compelling direction for implementing changes to move toward excellence.
Bottega is Accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission | AdvancED as a Post-Secondary non-degree granting school. AdvancED is a private accreditation body and not recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Additionally, Bottega received CREDIT recommendation recognition through the American Council on Education to provide CS credit and transcript service through ACE. Explore the benefits of having current curriculum and receive both your industry credential and a path to college credit.