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Accreditation Board for Engineering Education of Korea

  • A system designed to assure that engineering graduates who studied accredited programs are ready to meet the needs of engineering industries
  • Accreditation of a program which takes a new and creative approach in order to enhance quality of engineering education and produce creative engineers who can respond to changing environments
  • Aiming to increase productivity and enhance competitiveness by reflecting the demands of industries and other engineering fields and accrediting respective engineering colleges
한국공학교육인증원 ABEEK - 한국 공학교육원, 전국 공학대학장 협의회, 공학 기술학회, 산업자원부, 산업체, 공학 전문학회, 교육부

Accreditation Board for Engineering Education in Korea

Basic Purpose of ABEEK Establishment

  • To set up a program for the comprehensive analysis and assessment of engineering curriculum
  • To set up a program for the comprehensive analysis and assessment of engineering curriculum
  • To promote substantial development of engineering education by helping those who seek a engineering or relevant profession enhance their competence
  • To help the establishment and improvement of educational programs of the colleges of engineering
  • To produce competent and creative engineers who can play a leading role in the knowledge society
순환적 자율개선형 공학교육 모델 - 교육목표 설정, 구성원의 요구반영, 학생평가, 학생능력평가 방법결정, 교과과정 편성, 소요학생 능력설정

Recursive Self-improvement Model

Purpose of ABEEK

  • To set up a program for the comprehensive analysis and assessment of engineering curriculum
  • To promote substantial development of engineering education
  • To produce creative engineers
  • To help the establishment and improvement of educational programs of the colleges of engineering
  • To help the establishment and improvement of educational programs of the colleges of engineering and take the lead in enhancing competence of those who seek a engineering or relevant profession

Effect of Engineering Accreditation

  • To improve the leading competence of engineering students
  • To increase global competitiveness of engineering education by achieving international recognition
  • To take an advantage in employment and student admissions in the case of an accredited university
  • To provide realistic education programs that can meet the needs of industries
  • To raise national competitiveness by producing graduates required by businesses

Requirements of Engineers

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, basic science, engineering, and information technology
  • An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • An ability to devise a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
  • An ability to use techniques, skills, and engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  • An ability to function in multi-disciplinary teams
  • An ability to communicate effectively
  • A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
  • A broad understanding of the impact of engineering solutions in economic, environmental, and societal context
  • A knowledge of contemporary issues
  • An understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities
  • An understanding of other cultures and an ability to engage in international cooperation