The scope of IABEE accreditation includes engineering, technological, and computational program at undergraduate level that award a Bachelor of Engineering degree through curriculum implementation with a 4-year academic study and a minimum total load of 144 credits.
After a program is assessed eligible at the application stage, the accreditation evaluation process begins with a desk evaluation of the Program Profile and Self Evaluation Report documents submitted online. If any additional information is required, the program is requested to submit the information. Field visits were then conducted to verify Program Profiles and Self Evaluation Report documents and directly photograph the practice and condition of the study program to ensure their compliance with the accreditation criteria.
Common Criteria is divided into 4 parts: Plan, Do, Check, Act. Based on this evaluation criteria, Accreditation ensures study program apply continuous program to enhance outcome based education.
Common Criteria is divided into 4 parts: Plan, Do, Check, Act. Through this evaluation criteria, accreditation process ensure study program implement continuous improvement to enhance outcome based education.
In order to apply IABEE accreditation, the study program shall prepare the following documents;