Related to nonaccredited: unaccredited


not accredited, lacking certain credentials


(ˌnɒn əˈkrɛd ɪ tɪd)

(of a school, college, or university) not accredited; not certified as meeting official requirements.
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to partner with nonaccredited training providers, including employers.
Historically, nonaccredited investors could only invest in the traditional stock market, where companies are at a more mature stage of growth than a startup company.
In 1996, NCDB stopped accepting data submissions from nonaccredited facilities, implemented the requirement for data submission by CoC-accredited programs, and implemented new data definitions and codes.
No doubt that is tine, but it does not take into account that students entering such programs most likely are more qualified than those entering nonaccredited programs.
Perceptions of reporting practices and barriers to reporting incidents among registered nurses and physicians in accredited and nonaccredited Jordanian hospitals.
These circumstances are not select horror stories from nonaccredited hospitals or unqualified providers.
He questioned "the notion that nonaccredited investors are truly protected by regulations that prevent them from investing in high-risk, high-return securities available only to the Davos jet-set.
Mr Nichols is a government attorney at Headquarters, US Army Medical Command whose interest in service dogs began when nonaccredited "service dog providers" began providing untrained animals to Wounded Warriors.
On the whole, the essays here focus on nonaccredited Islamic institutions and personnel, oftentimes showing how little authority the official institutions actually enjoyed.
In the first salary survey of logistics and supply chain faculty, there were sufficient data to show a clear difference in compensation at all levels between AACSB-accredited and non-AACSB-accredited schools for both the base salary and the total compensation between AACSB-accredited and nonaccredited institutions.
43) In 2014, only eight percent of Regulation D offerings included nonaccredited investors.
Those with nonaccredited degrees in related or other fields such as architecture, geography, history, or civil engineering require 4 years of experience in planning.