A Comparison of Selected Categories of Accreditation Standards of NAIT, TEC-ABET and AACSB
- C. Douglas Ward (Knowledge Based Change,LLC)
- John C. Dugger (Eastern Michigan University)
Industrial technologists frequently work with graduates of engineering and business programs suggesting that there may be some workplace derived benefit from establishing programs based on consistent standards. What makes a program? What are the essential elements of business, engineering, and industrial technology programs? The authors attempt to answer these and other questions by exploring how the accreditation systems define and specify the content and experiences that constitute a program.
Keywords: administration|curriculum|higher education|NAIT|research
How to Cite:
Ward, C. D. & Dugger, J. C., (2002) “A Comparison of Selected Categories of Accreditation Standards of NAIT, TEC-ABET and AACSB”, The Journal of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering 18(3).