Why Accreditation Preparation?
Whether you are new to ABET accreditation or a veteran of the process, preparing for accreditation can be challenging and time consuming. Most begin preparing at least 18 months before the site visit. If problems are found, you may be accredited but need extra work and expense to resolve those problems. If the issues are severe, you risk may not being accredited or losing your ABET accreditation.
Our veteran program evaluators help you understand what is required, focus on the important gaps, and implement cost and time effective solutions.
We’ll even tell you when you could scale back your efforts and still meet the requirements.
You will know if you are ready for ABET accreditation and, if you are not, what to do to get ready.
If you have already received bad news, we’ll help you understand the ABET jargon and respond in ways that get your ABET accreditation back on track.
We work with programs in the United States and internationally. We customize our solution to meet your needs and budget.
Why ABET accreditation?
ABET accreditation insures that your programs and graduates are recognized globally by employers, academic institutions, and professional licensing organizations as meeting the same standards as United States engineering undergraduate programs.
For more information about ABET, to find accredited programs, or to obtain official forms and application fees and deadlines go to abet.org.