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Accreditation

KU's Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering (BS ARCE) degree program, established in 1912, is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET). Information about ABET's accreditation policies and processes can be found via www.abet.org. KU's BS ARCE program has been accredited continuously since accreditation of architectural engineering programs began in October 1936 by the ECPD; ECPD renamed itself ABET in 1980.

Student Enrollment and Graduation Data

The KU School of Engineering gathers and posts this data for all its undergraduate degree programs:

engr.ku.edu/enrollment-and-graduation-data

Please note that the KU BS ARCE program switched from five years, 165 credit-hours, to four years, 128 credit-hours in December 2013, so enrollment and graduation data may reflect two different curricula.

 


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