UWSP Paper Science and Engineering program was reviewed for ABET
accreditation as a general engineering program in September 2008. The
program was officially accredited in August 2009. The Self-study report
and supporting documentation may be viewed on this web site. You may
quickly view and download the report using the
Table of Contents
page. The links below will open new windows containing links to the
report chapter and supporting documentation. You will need the current
version of Adobe Acrobat Reader to access the documents on this site.
ABET (the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology), the
recognized accreditor for college and university programs in applied
science, computing, engineering, and technology, is a federation of 28
professional and technical societies representing these fields. You may
learn more about ABET on the organization's
web site. You may also view the
2008-09 ABET EAC Criteria for Accrediting Engineering Programs
to read the requirements that engineering programs must meet to become accredited.
The information here is organized according to the ABET EAC
(Engineering Accreditation Commission) self-study report template, which
Criterion 9. Program Criteria
Criterion 9 describes the requirements for specialized fields of
engineering, such as chemical, mechanical or electrical engineering.
Since there are no specific program criteria for Paper Science and
Engineering, no supporting documentation is presented here.