Baylor Engineering Program Earns Reaccreditation

Sept. 15, 1995

The Baylor University Department of Engineering's bachelor of science degree program has been reaccredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology.

Baylor currently has 230 engineering majors and 233 graduates and is chaired by Dr. James M. Warren, associate professor and chair of engineering.

"It is essential to all engineering programs to be accredited because it permits a school's graduates to be licensed as engineers by the state," he said. "It also shows the quality of our program and that it meets standards that compare to any school in the country."

The Department of Engineering and Computer Science was created in 1980 and moved into the Rogers Engineering and Computer Science Building in 1988. The department was upgraded to a School of Engineering and Computer Science in June 1995.

For more information contact Warren at 755-3871.

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