New Civil Engineering Program Criteria: The Rest of the Story

Citation data:

2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Proceedings, ISSN: 2153-5965, Page: 26.1185.1-26.1185.31

Publication Year:
2015
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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/aen_fac/116
DOI:
10.18260/p.24522
Author(s):
Estes, Allen; Lenox, Thomas A.; Anderson, Richard O., P.E.
Publisher(s):
American Society for Engineering Education
Tags:
Architectural Engineering
conference paper description
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) organized the Civil Engineering Program Criteria Task Committee in October 2012 whose charge is to determine if the current ABET Civil Engineering Program Criteria (CEPC) should be changed to reflect one or more of the 24 outcomes of the second edition of the Civil Engineering Body of Knowledge published in 2008. After two years of work, a proposed CEPC has been approved by the relevant ASCE committees and forwarded to ABET for approval and incorporation into accreditation criteria. A paper chronicling the committee’s efforts through a review of the literature, the committee’s methodology and process, and the key issues that emerged was presented at the 2014 ASEE Annual Conference in Indianapolis. This paper updates that effort by presenting the resulting proposed criteria, the changes generated by constituency feedback, progress on the Commentary, the existing gap between the proposed accreditation criteria and the current body of knowledge, and the future work of the committee.