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Why Should I Choose an Accredited Program?

Accreditation assures that the program meets educational standards that prepare graduates to work in STEM fields; this is a globally recognized standard of education. Accreditation is important for licensing because to sit for the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam and later the Professional Engineer (PE) exam. If you would like to learn more about ABET and accreditation, please visit ABET’s website.

The Computer Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Sustainable Systems Engineering programs are newer EAET programs and are not ABET accredited, yet.

The Civil Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs are all accredited through ABET.

ABET | Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission

Engineering Technology Programs Accredited by the ETAC Accreditation Commission of ABET

Data about the EAET student body

Number of Majors and Minors:

This is the number of declared majors and minors in the department. The number of declared majors and minors is take at the Fall Census date and used for the Academic Year.

Number of Majors Minors

Enrollment Data:

Enrollment counts all students in every EAET class session, this may result in a student being counted multiple times if they have registered in multiple classes.

Enrollment in majors as of Fall 2022

Graduation Data by Program:

Graduation Data by Program Fall 2018 through Summer 2022

Graduation Data by Demographics:

Graduation Data by Demographics Fall 2018 through Summer 2022


On a regular basis our EAET programs are evaluated. Below you can see what the department is doing to prepare students and what students will be able to do upon their graduation.


The Constituencies for all EAET Programs are identified as:

1) Students and Alumni, 2) EAET faculty, and 3) EAET Industrial Advisory Boards (IAB).