The integrated B.Sc. and M.Eng. programs of the ChE Department are separately accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
The B.Sc. program is accredited at the baccalaureate level and the M.Eng. program is accredited at the masters level. ABET is the nation’s preeminent accrediting agency for engineering and technology programs, and ABET accreditation is a universally recognized as an indication of quality. The organization was founded in 1932 as the Engineers’ Council for Professional Development (ECPD) for the purpose of increasing recognition of engineering as a profession along the lines of medicine and law. ECPD was renamed the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) in 1980, and ABET, Inc. in 2006.
Our B.Sc. program is structured to satisfy the general criteria for baccalaureate level engineering programs, and the M.Eng. program satisfies the additional masters level requirements (extra year of academic study and demonstration of an ability to apply masters level knowledge in a specialized area related to chemical engineering).
In order to achieve the Bachelor of Chemical Engineering Program Educational Objectives the program has the following outcomes set for its graduates. Graduates will demonstrate:
The student outcomes for the Master of Engineering degree in Chemical Engineering are identical to those for the BS with the small change that Outcome (a) for the MEng reads:
Specific enrollment and degree data available on Facts & Figures page.
Learn more about Speed School’s accreditation.