What is Accreditation? Accreditation ensures that academic and professional programs achieve and maintain a level of performance, integrity, and quality that entitles them to the confidence of the educational community and public they serve.
The results from the 2015, 2014 and 2013 senior exit surveys and the Alumni 2015 survey pertaining to general outcomes are shown here:
For example, as a result of the January 2015 Quality of Aeronautics Program Summary:
- The Aeronautics Program is developing its first short-term study abroad opportunity. This 3 credit hour course in International Aeronautics Operations is expected to run for the first time during the spring 2016 Intercessional Period and will include 1-2 weeks in Europe visiting place such as the Bretigny Euro Control Research Facility, the Reims Air Traffic Control Tower and Airport Tour and the European Business School located in Frankfurt, Germany. Subsequent yearly offerings hope to rotate the destination to the South American and Asian markets.
- In accordance with the University’s undergraduate research initiatives, the Aeronautics Department continues to encourage faculty to pair with and mentor undergraduate students for participation in the recently established Undergraduate Research Symposium. Additionally, it strives to notify students of prospective research opportunities with various faculty members.