What Kinds of Programs Does ABET Accredit?

ABET accredits postsecondary degree-granting programs offered by regionally accredited institutions in the United States and by nationally accredited institutions outside the United States.

ABET does not accredit certification, training, or doctoral programs. In addition, ABET does not release any reports or findings about accredited programs. All information except for a program's Next General Review date is strictly confidential. 

Applied Science Programs

ABET's Applied Science Accreditation Commission (ASAC) accredits applied science programs at the associate's (two-year degree) level, the bachelor's (four-year degree) level, and the master's (post-graduate) level.

Search for applied science programs with ABET's Accredited Program Search.

Computing Programs

ABET's Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) accredits computing programs at the bachelor's (four-year degree) level.

Search for computing for programs with ABET's Accredited Program Search.

Engineering Programs

ABET's Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) accredits engineering programs at the bachelor's (four-year degree) level and the master's (post-graduate) level.

Search for engineering programs with ABET's Accredited Program Search.

Engineering Technology Programs

ABET's Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) accredits engineering technology programs at the associate's (two-year degree) level and the bachelor's (four-year degree) level.

Search for engineering technology programs with ABET's Accredited Program Search.

Questions?

Does ABET accredit online, distance learning, or alternative programs?  

What is the difference between engineering and engineering technology? 

Please contact the Accreditation Department if you need assistance.

ABET Facts

Accreditation Outside of the U.S.

Currently, ABET accredits 365 programs at 72 institutions in 23 countries outside of the United States. These programs span computing, engineering, and engineering technology disciplines.