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從國際教育認證談雙聯雙學位的推動與 展望 Promotion & Prospect of Dual Degree in Light of Accreditation 胡文聰 中華 從國際教育認證談雙聯雙學位的推動與 展望 Promotion & Prospect of Dual Degree in Light of Accreditation 胡文聰 中華 程教育學會 IEET 國際關係處 處長 國立高雄大學 研發長 國立臺灣大學 應用力學研究所 教授 June 4, 2009 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved 1

IEET- Accreditation Agency for Engineering Education in Taiwan 1. Accredits engineering programs in Taiwan IEET- Accreditation Agency for Engineering Education in Taiwan 1. Accredits engineering programs in Taiwan 2. IEET accredited programs are waived from government evaluation 3. IEET’s accreditation is adopted by APEC Engineer Chinese Taipei as education basis 4. IEET is a signatory of the Washington Accord 2 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

International Agreement on Engineering Education Accreditation Washington Accord (1989~ ) A n international agreement International Agreement on Engineering Education Accreditation Washington Accord (1989~ ) A n international agreement among bodies responsible for accrediting engineering degree programs. It recognizes the substantial equivalency of programs accredited by those bodies and recommends that graduates of programs accredited by any of the signatory bodies be recognized by the other bodies as having met the academic requirements for entry to the practice of engineering 3 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

Signatories of the Washington Accord Jurisdiction Organization Since USA ABET, Inc. 1989 Canada Engineers Signatories of the Washington Accord Jurisdiction Organization Since USA ABET, Inc. 1989 Canada Engineers Canada 1989 UK Engineering Council UK 1989 Ireland Engineers Ireland 1989 Australia Engineers Australia 1989 NZ Institution of Professional Engineers NZ 1989 HK Hong Kong Institution of Engineers 1995 S. Africa Engineering Council of South Africa 1999 Japan Accreditation Board of Eng. Edu. 2005 Singapore Institution of Engineers Singapore 2006 Chinese Taipei Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan 2007 Korea 2007 Accreditation Board of Engr. Education Korea Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved 4

When WA considers an accreditation system is equivalent, it asks… • Is the system When WA considers an accreditation system is equivalent, it asks… • Is the system similar to the systems of the signatories? • Is there a clearly defined and published scope of activity for the accreditation agency? • Does the accreditation agency demonstrate the use of appropriate and fair procedures in decision making? • Does the accreditation agency have the capacity to conduct accreditation activities on an ongoing basis? • Does the operating documentation focus attention on the fundamental criteria for accreditation? • Is the outcome standard, as evaluated by existing signatories during live observation and interaction, consistent with that represented by relevant Accord? 5 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

When a WA signatory considers a program accredited, it mean the program meets the When a WA signatory considers a program accredited, it mean the program meets the following requirements: • • In accord with WA’s Graduate Attributes; A suitable environment to deliver the program; Adequate leadership for the program; Suitably qualified teaching staff (faculty) in the program; • An engineering curriculum providing a broad basis for engineering practices; • Adequate human, physical and financial resources to support the program. 6 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

Quality Issues Surrounding Dual Degree Programs Whether the corresponding program… • is compatible as Quality Issues Surrounding Dual Degree Programs Whether the corresponding program… • is compatible as an educational environment • fulfills requirements of government authority • is accredited by an acknowledged accreditation agency 7 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

Engineers Australia on dual degree: • Does not have dual degree program. • Have Engineers Australia on dual degree: • Does not have dual degree program. • Have “undifferentiated” programs provided by institutions outside Australia, but the degree comes from the host Australian institution. • Of the 36 engineering schools, 9 offered undifferentiated programs offered through other WA signatories or provisional signatory – HK, Singapore and Malaysia • Of the 330 engineering programs, about 20 undifferentiated programs have been accredited. 8 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

Engineers New Zealand on dual degree: • Does not have dual degree program – Engineers New Zealand on dual degree: • Does not have dual degree program – insists that only one degree-granting institution per program • One NZ educational provider offers Australian certificate with accreditation performed by both IPENZ and EA. 9 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

Engineering Council UK on dual degree: • Some institutions have “franchises”, or overseas branches, Engineering Council UK on dual degree: • Some institutions have “franchises”, or overseas branches, that provide part of or the entire program. • Accreditation requires site-visit to the overseas educational provider. 10 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

Letter from Canada (Oct. 24, 2007) • The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) has Letter from Canada (Oct. 24, 2007) • The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) has recommended to their legal licensing authority that graduates of programs accredited by IEET be granted the same recognition, rights and privileges as those granted to graduates of programs accredited by CEAB. 11 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

Summary • Dual degree is a viable educational means for educational programs in Taiwan. Summary • Dual degree is a viable educational means for educational programs in Taiwan. • Need to pay attention to the accreditation process when initiating dual degree programs – not just from the perspective of the two universities. 12 Copyright© 2009 Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan. All Rights Reserved

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