Hire the right people! As an employer, you need employees with the right education to excel at their new jobs. ABET accreditation offers that assurance.
Board-level councils include the Accreditation Council, the Academic Advisory Council, the Global Council, and the Industry Advisory Council.
What is a ''diploma mill?" Why should you avoid them? And how can you tell if a degree program has no value?
ABET could not perform its accreditation activities without its volunteers - professionals who are passionate about improving their professions through quality education.
Seven societies founded ABET's predecessor, the Engineers' Council for Professional Development, in 1932. Today, ABET has 34 member societies representing many disciplines.