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Question About IEET
The Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan (IEET) is a non-profit, non-government organization committed to accreditation of engineering and technology education programs in Taiwan. This includes:
Setting accreditation criteria,
Training program evaluators,
Supporting engineering and technology programs seeking accreditation,
Consulting on issues pertaining to human resources in engineering and technology, and
Other related activities.
IEET is the sole window for contact in issues related to accreditation of engineering and technology education programs in Taiwan.
Question About ACCSB
Question Higher Education Evaluation and Accreditation Council of Taiwan Handbook of Accreditation
Answer HEEACT launch the second cycle program evaluation in 2012 to ensure that the work of quality assurance is systematic and consistent. The second cycle still follows the “accreditation model” as in the first cycle and institutional evaluation. However, the core value of “providing sound learning environment for students” and input in the first cycle program evaluation is transformed into “establishing student learning outcome assessment mechanism” and output in the second cycle program evaluation. In the second cycle program evaluation, the focus is on how programs achieve their mission and goals to ensure student learning outcomes.
General education and the second cycle program evaluation aims to continue the spirit of “ensuring institutions to provide students with an excellent learning environment” of the first cycle program evaluation, emphasizing the main idea of “ensuring student learning outcome”.
Substantially speaking, the objectives of this evaluation include:
1. Understand the mechanism and practice of each program in ensuring their student learning outcome.
2. Judge and recommend the accreditation status and validation period of programs of universities in their evaluation mechanism on implementing student-learning outcome.
3. Facilitate the quality improvement mechanism of programs.
4. Assist programs to develop their own educational features, moving toward excellence; help in-service master’s degree program to develop their own features and strengths to meet the needs of the business world.
5. Provide the government with the evaluation results for their reference in mapping out their higher education policy.

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