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Undergraduate Program Accreditation
The College of Engineering & Mines currently has seven undergraduate engineering degree programs. The following programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
- Chemical Engineering (B.S.)
- Civil Engineering (B.S.)
- Computer Science (B.S.)
- Electrical Engineering (B.S.)
- Geological Engineering (B.S.)
- Mechanical Engineering (B.S.)
- Petroleum Engineering (B.S.)
Distance Engineering Degree Program
The College of Engineering & Mines currently offers five of our engineering degree programs (chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical, and petroleum) through dual on-campus and online distance delivery modes. Our Distance Engineering Degree Program (DEDP) delivery mode offers non-traditional engineering students an opportunity to complete most of their undergraduate degree coursework in our accredited undergraduate engineering programs through the internet. In most programs, students are required to complete their laboratory requirements through accelerated summer courses at UND. Laboratories for the BSEE program are virtual and the program is completely online. Since our DEDP students experience the same lectures and coursework requirements as our on campus students, we consider this education experience to be essentially equivalent and distance graduates receive the same accredited degrees as on-campus students.