ABET

What Programs Does ABET Accredit?

We accredit postsecondary, degree-granting programs offered by regionally accredited institutions in the United States and nationally accredited institutions outside the United States. We do not accredit certification, training, or doctoral programs.

APPLIED SCIENCE PROGRAMS

Our Applied Science Accreditation Commission (ASAC) accredits applied science programs at the following levels: associate (two-year degree), bachelor (four-year degree), and master (post-graduate). Search for applied science programs with ABET’s Accredited Program Search.

COMPUTING PROGRAMS

Our Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) accredits computing programs at the following levels: bachelor (four-year degree). Search for applied science programs with ABET’s Accredited Program Search.

ENGINEERING PROGRAMS

Our Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) accredits engineering programs at the following levels: bachelor (four-year degree) and master (post-graduate). Search for applied science programs with ABET’s Accredited Program Search. We’ve outlined the differences between engineering and engineering technology programs.

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

Our Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) accredits engineering technology programs at the following levels: associate (two-year degree) and bachelor (four-year degree). Search for applied science programs with ABET’s Accredited Program Search.

DISTANCE LEARNING AND ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMS

The vast majority of ABET-accredited programs are offered primarily on-site; however, a number of ABET-accredited programs are offered in an online format. See the list of ABET-accredited online programs.

LEARN MORE

If you have questions about your program’s eligibility for ABET accreditation, see Eligibility Requirements or contact our Accreditation Department.