What does it take to shut down a program that is graduating poorly prepared students?

It is not the students fault in this case (program in PA), but the choices and decisions made the program's SON administration. This program has made poor decisions over the pasts few years that have negatively impacted on the students, program and profession. Students were accepted into this program after being rejected because the program could not meet their quota for admissions. Decisions made by the SON.
The SON was instrumental in the demise of the former faculty only to hire a program administrator with no experience in either teaching or administration. Now, as the program struggles with a 60% pass rate and decreased admissions they let go the only person who had any clue about running a program. This program will now have the administrative duties delivered by an RN administrative assistant.

Why is the quality of our education and profession being DICTATED by a non CRNA?