Accreditation is proof that the quality of an academic program meets the standards of the profession.
Earning a degree is a significant achievement and an important investment in your future. Since so much of your future success depends on your educational foundation, the quality of the education you receive makes a big difference.
The world faces a shortage of critical technical skills. There is a huge demand for talented, educated people who dream big and are inspired by the idea of changing the world.
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Every day, thousands of technical jobs requiring graduation from an ABET-accreditation program are available.
Howard University was the first historically black college or university to have ABET-accredited programs. ABET's predecessor, the Engineers' Council for Professional Development, accredited three engineering programs there in 1937.