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Accreditation Activities Kurt R. Richter IEEE EAB Outreach Council Chair Belgrade, November 2002 Professor Accreditation Activities Kurt R. Richter IEEE EAB Outreach Council Chair Belgrade, November 2002 Professor emeritus Technical University Graz Austria

Content l l Educational Systems in Region 8 “Bologna Declaration” and its implementation Examples Content l l Educational Systems in Region 8 “Bologna Declaration” and its implementation Examples of accreditation procedures IEEE and EAB CGAA activities in Region 8

Engineering Education (Universities) l Anglo-American System Bachelor (3 -4 yrs) Master (1 -2 yrs) Engineering Education (Universities) l Anglo-American System Bachelor (3 -4 yrs) Master (1 -2 yrs) Ph. D l “German” System Diploma Engineer (4. 5 -5 yrs) Ph. D (>3 yrs) l “French” System l “Russian” System Diploma Engineer (5 yrs) Dr. univ. candidate of academy doctor of academy

French System (FEANI) French System (FEANI)

French Degrees Age 18 20 20 20 No. 3 4 5 6 20 7 French Degrees Age 18 20 20 20 No. 3 4 5 6 20 7 22 23 8 9 National term Baccalauréat Brevet de Technicien Supérieur (BTS) Diplôme Universitaire de Technologie (DUT) Admission au concours d'entrêe des Grandes Ecoles Diplôme d'Etudes Universitaires Générales (DEUG) Maitrise Universitaire Diplôme d'Ingénieur

Countries (Sections) Anglo-American System Cyprus, Egypt, Ireland, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Countries (Sections) Anglo-American System Cyprus, Egypt, Ireland, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, UK German-Russian System Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Denmark, Finland Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Rep. of Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, Yugoslavia French System France Memberstates of the EU are underlined

Academic Degrees in Europe Akademiingeniør Bachelor of Arts BEng BSc Civilingeniør Civilingenjör Diplom-Ingenieur ETH Academic Degrees in Europe Akademiingeniør Bachelor of Arts BEng BSc Civilingeniør Civilingenjör Diplom-Ingenieur ETH Diplom-Ingenieur (FH) Diplomi-Insinöör Doktor-Ingenieur Dottore in Ingegneria Engenheiro Europa-Ingenieur (grad. ) Ingeniør Insinööri Ingénieur civil Ingénieur diplomé Ingénieur industriel Ingénieur technicien Master of Arts MEng MSc Okleveles mérnök Okleveles üzemmérnök Sivilingeniør Teknikfræðingur Teknikumingeniør Verkfræðingur

Bologna Declaration June 19, 1999 “The Bologna Declaration is a pledge by 29 countries Bologna Declaration June 19, 1999 “The Bologna Declaration is a pledge by 29 countries to reform the structures of their higher education systems in a convergent way” Austria, Belgium (French community), Belgium (Flemish community), Bulgaria, Czech, Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Swiss Confederation, United Kingdom. Member States of the European Union are underlined

Bologna Declaration a set of specified objectives: (deadline: to be completed in 2010) - Bologna Declaration a set of specified objectives: (deadline: to be completed in 2010) - the adoption of a common framework of readable and comparable degrees, “also through the implementation of the Diploma Supplement”; - the introduction of undergraduate and postgraduate levels in all countries, with first degrees no shorter than 3 years and relevant to the labour market; - ECTS-compatible credit systems also covering lifelong learning activities; - a European dimension in quality assurance, with comparable criteria and methods; - the elimination of remaining obstacles to the free mobility of students (as well as trainees and graduates) and teachers (as well as researchers and higher education administrators).

Transition Problems l l Program structures for the first professional degrees Bachelor and Diploma Transition Problems l l Program structures for the first professional degrees Bachelor and Diploma programs in parallel “Fachhochschule” versus university Language e. g. Europe = 40 countries + 32 main languages

Accreditation Systems Example Austria: l Public Universities 9 l Private Universities 9 9 l Accreditation Systems Example Austria: l Public Universities 9 l Private Universities 9 9 l programs, developed by the universities and accepted by the Federal Ministry Austrian Accreditation Council Institutional Accreditation, including the accreditation of programs Fachhochschulen 9 9 The ”Fachhochschul-Council” (3 Austrian, 5 international) Accreditation of programs

Accreditation Activities l Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) l l l Engineering Accreditation Activities l Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) l l l Engineering Accreditation (EAC) Technology Accreditation (TAC) Computing Accreditation (CAC) Substantial Equivalency Global Accreditation Workshops l Regions 8, 9, 10

Accreditation Activities l Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) l l l Engineering Accreditation Activities l Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) l l l Engineering Accreditation (EAC) Technology Accreditation (TAC) Computing Accreditation (CAC) Substantial Equivalency Global Accreditation Workshops l Regions 8, 9, 10

IEEE EAB Committee on Global Accreditation Activities IEEE EAB Committee on Global Accreditation Activities

Potential Activities l l Organize and conduct regional accreditation workshops When invited l Work Potential Activities l l Organize and conduct regional accreditation workshops When invited l Work with government agencies, national societies and/or IEEE sections to establish accreditation systems and accrediting bodies

Potential Activities – cont’d l Coordinate IEEE participation in ABET international activities including l Potential Activities – cont’d l Coordinate IEEE participation in ABET international activities including l l Identifying and screening potential ABET international program evaluators Supporting participation of IEEE volunteers in ABET international consultation visit and ABET substantial equivalency visits

Potential Activities – cont’d l Organize local focused workshops for representatives from government, academe Potential Activities – cont’d l Organize local focused workshops for representatives from government, academe and industry who may participate in accreditation development Provide assistance in l Developing the structure of the body, l Developing criteria l Training team chairs and program evaluators l

Potential Activities – cont’d l l Coordinate IEEE participation in accreditation activities with existing Potential Activities – cont’d l l Coordinate IEEE participation in accreditation activities with existing accrediting organizations worldwide Provide program consultations to programs in Regions 8, 9, and 10

International Accreditation Workshops l IEEE Region 8 Workshops l Berlin (1999) Region 8 officers International Accreditation Workshops l IEEE Region 8 Workshops l Berlin (1999) Region 8 officers and Section chairs l Bratislava (2001) Austria, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Yugoslavia

Thank you! K. richter@ieee. org Thank you! K. [email protected] org