ABET

Non-governmental organization that accredits post-secondary education programs in applied and natural science, computing, engineering and engineering technology.

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American Ceramic Society

Non-profit professional organization for the ceramics community, with a focus on scientific research, emerging technologies, and applications in which ceramic materials are an element.

Non-profit professional organization for the ceramics community, with a focus on scientific research, emerging technologies, and applications in which ceramic materials are an element.

The National Institute of Ceramic Engineers (NICE) works with ABET to accredit collegiate programs in ceramics.

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American Engineers' Council for Professional Development

Engineering professional body dedicated to the education, accreditation, regulation and professional development of the engineering professionals and students in the United States.

Engineering professional body dedicated to the education, accreditation, regulation and professional development of the engineering professionals and students in the United States.

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ECPD grew and has changed its name to ABET, Inc. and its focus solely to accreditation.

This painting depicts a woman examining her work on a lathe at a factory in Britain during World War II. Her eyes are not protected. Today, such practice would not be permitted in most industrialized countries that adhere to occupational health and safety standards for workers. In many countries, however, such standards are still either weak or nonexistent.

American Society of Safety Professionals

Global organization of more than 37,000 occupational safety and health (OSH) professional members who manage, supervise, research and consult on work-related OSH concerns in all industries, government and education.

Global organization of more than 37,000 occupational safety and health (OSH) professional members who manage, supervise, research and consult on work-related OSH concerns in all industries, government and education.

This painting depicts a woman examining her work on a lathe at a factory in Britain during World War II. Her eyes are not protected. Today, such practice would not be permitted in most industrialized countries that adhere to occupational health and safety standards for workers. In many countries, however, such standards are still either weak or nonexistent.

ASSP also works with ABET to develop accreditation standards for OSH-related degree programs and has worked with the International Network of Safety and Health Practitioner Organizations (INSHPO) to develop a professional capability framework for OSH professionals.

Individuals may stand out from the crowd, or may blend in with it.

CSAB (professional organization)

Non-profit professional organization in the United States, focused on the quality of education in computing disciplines.

Non-profit professional organization in the United States, focused on the quality of education in computing disciplines.

Individuals may stand out from the crowd, or may blend in with it.

But in November 1998 CSAB and ABET agreed to integrate CSAB's accreditation activities within ABET.

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Software engineering

Systematic engineering approach to software development.

Systematic engineering approach to software development.

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In 1996, the Rochester Institute of Technology established the first software engineering bachelor's degree program in the United States, however, it did not obtain ABET accreditation until 2003, the same time as Rice University, Clarkson University, Milwaukee School of Engineering and Mississippi State University obtained theirs.

University of Rochester

Private research university in Rochester, New York.

Private research university in Rochester, New York.

The façade of Rush Rhees Library
The Great Hall of Rush Rhees Library
The university saw expansion under the tenure of president Benjamin Rush Rhees
Statue of Rochester's first president, Martin Brewer Anderson.
The Genesee River
The School of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Rochester's Medical Center.
Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music
Memorial Art Gallery
Lattimore Hall on the main quadrangle
Hylan Hall, home of the mathematics department
Flags represent the home countries and nationalities of currently attending students
The Flaum Atrium between the School of Medicine and Dentistry and the Arthur Kornberg buildings in the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Entrance to Simon Business School
This decorative rendering of the university seal appears on Rush Rhees Library
Fraternity quadrangle
Parking is restricted on campus; here a shuttle bus takes parents and prospective students from a distant lot for campus tours.
Fauver Stadium Field
Robert B. Goergen athletic center next to Dandelion Square
G.K. Gilbert (A.B. 1862), 1st Chief Geologist of the United States Geological Survey
Albion Tourgée (A.B. 1862), civil rights activist, lawyer who argued Plessy v. Ferguson
Sereno E. Payne (A.B. 1864), 1st House Majority Leader, United States Congress
George Abbott (B.A. 1911), writer and director, recipient of the National Medal of Arts
Kenneth Keating (B.A. 1919), United States Senator, Ambassador to India and Israel
Arthur Kornberg (M.D. 1941, D.Sc. 1962), recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
J.C.R. Licklider (Ph.D. 1942), computer science pioneer
Herbert York (B.S., M.S. 1943), 1st Chief Scientist of DARPA, founding chancellor of University of California, San Diego
Esther M. Conwell (M.S. 1945, faculty member), recipient of the National Medal of Science
Galway Kinnell (M.A. 1949), poet, recipient of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award
Alejandro Zaffaroni (Ph.D. 1949) entrepreneur and biotechnology pioneer
David T. Kearns (B.B.A. 1952), Chairman and CEO of Xerox, 1st United States Deputy Secretary of Education
Donald Henderson (M.D. 1954), recipient of the National Medal of Science and Presidential Medal of Freedom
Masatoshi Koshiba (Ph.D. 1955), recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics
Harvey J. Alter (B.A. 1956, M.D. 1960), recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Ron Carter (B.A. 1959), jazz musician, recipient of two Grammy Awards
Edward Gibson (B.S. 1959), NASA astronaut, member of Apollo and Skylab crews
Chuck Mangione (B.M. 1963), musician and actor, recipient of two Grammy Awards
Paul Singer (B.S. 1966), founder and CEO of Elliott Management Corporation
Gary Starkweather (M.S. 1966), inventor of the laser printer
Donald C. Winter (B.S. 1969), 74th United States Secretary of the Navy
Steven Chu (B.A., B.S. 1970), recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics and 12th United States Secretary of Energy
Richard Thaler (M.A. 1970; Ph.D. 1976; former faculty, Simon Business School), recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
Susan Hockfield (B.A. 1973), neuroscientist, 16th President of MIT, former Provost of Yale University
Chang Dae-Whan (B.A. 1974), Acting Prime Minister of South Korea, Chairman of Maekyoung Media Group
Nasser Saidi (M.A. 1977, Ph.D. 1979), 63rd Minister of Economy and Trade, Lebanon
Renée Fleming (M.M. 1983), singer, recipient of the National Medal of Arts
Vittorio Grilli (Ph.D. 1986), 5th Minister of Economy and Finance, Italy
Donna Strickland (Ph.D. 1989), optical physicist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics

Students who pursue accredited engineering fields including biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, electrical and computer engineering or mechanical engineering, are exempt from this system and are only required to have one humanities or social science cluster.

This computer motherboard used in a personal computer is the result of computer engineering efforts.

Computer engineering

Branch of electrical engineering that integrates several fields of computer science and electronic engineering required to develop computer hardware and software.

Branch of electrical engineering that integrates several fields of computer science and electronic engineering required to develop computer hardware and software.

This computer motherboard used in a personal computer is the result of computer engineering efforts.
The Difference Engine, the first mechanical computer.
ENIAC, the first electronic computer.
Source code written in the C programming language.
Windows 10, an example of an operating system.
An example of a computer CPU.
An example of a humanoid robot.
Examples of devices that use embedded systems.

, there were 250 ABET-accredited computer engineering programs in the U.S. In Europe, accreditation of computer engineering schools is done by a variety of agencies part of the EQANIE network.

California State University

Public university system in California.

Public university system in California.

Students of the opening year of the newly constructed San Diego Normal School.
Office of the Chancellor in Long Beach
CSU San Bernardino Palm Desert Campus.
Total Enrollment ('01-'11)
Historical Enrollment ('70-'11)
Gender Composition (2011)
San Jose
Chico
San Diego
San Francisco
San Luis Obispo
Fresno
Humboldt
Pomona
Los Angeles
Sacramento
Long Beach
Fullerton
Stanislaus
East Bay
Northridge
Dominguez Hills
Sonoma
San Bernardino
Bakersfield
San Marcos
Monterey Bay
Channel Islands

ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.) is the recognized U.S. accreditor of college and university programs in applied and natural science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.

Dordt University

Private evangelical Christian university in Sioux Center, Iowa.

Private evangelical Christian university in Sioux Center, Iowa.

Furthermore, the engineering program is ABET accredited, the nursing program is accredited by the National League for Nursing and the Iowa Board of Nursing and the social work program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.

University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez

Public land-grant university in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.

Public land-grant university in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.

UPRM's portico.
UPRM Central Administration Building.
Chancellor House gardens
UPRM's Tarzán paw logo
Antonio Mignucci, PhD 1996, a biological oceanographer specializing in the management and conservation of marine mammals
Olga D. González-Sanabria, BS, is the highest ranking Hispanic at NASA Glenn Research Center
Orlando Figueroa, BS 1978, Director of the Mars Exploration Program in NASA
William A. Navas Jr., BS 1965, the first Puerto Rican to be named an Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Joxel García, BS, former four-star admiral in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. He served as Assistant Secretary for Health and currently serves as the President of the Ponce School of Medicine
Emilio Díaz Colón, Adjutant General of the Puerto Rican National Guard and later the Superintendent of the Puerto Rican Police Force.

The college is accredited by ABET.