What is Accreditation.org?
Accreditation.org is intended to be the preferred resource for all information on Engineering, Technology and Computing (ETC) accreditation globally.
Who is the intended audience?
Primary Audience: Professionals with an interest in degree program accreditation in engineering, technology and computing; including Professional societies, Licensing bodies, Academic institutions and their faculty and staff, Governmental bodies, and Employers and Industry.
Secondary Audience: Parents, students and prospective students.
What can you find on this website and how can we help you?
This website provides information on Accrediting and Recognized Bodies, Accredited Institutions, and various Accreditation Resources.
In addition it describes the accreditation process, and provides information on methods, objectives and challenges to accreditation, as it is practiced at present around the world. The section does not mean to present or assess any particular method or accrediting body, and veterans of specific accreditation processes may therefore find that their individual experience was different than the general methodology described here.
IEEE Common Nomenclature for Computing Related Programs in Latin America
This document contains guidelines designed to assist educational institutions, accrediting bodies and other organizations in mapping the category of their computer programs in relation to categories recognized by international organizations as specified in this document.
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