Accreditation is quality assurance through external peer review. When a university, college or specialized program is accredited, it has demonstrated it meets standards set by an accrediting organization that represents the academic community, professionals and other stakeholders. Accordingly, institutions and programs must undergo accreditation reviews on a regular basis to maintain the accreditation.
The College of Education at UAEU has received official accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of Education Preparation (CAEP), the world's largest top teaching education program accrediting board, based on standards established by the accrediting board. This accreditation extends for the next seven years starting from the current year 2021. Accreditation is granted at the initial-licensure level, which includes the accreditation of the following three programs: Early Childhood Education, Special Education, and Health and Physical Education.
CAEP is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), a national coordinating body for U.S. accreditation, which advocates for and promotes academic quality, institutional improvement, and advancement of student success. CAEP’s standards are developed to ensure excellence in educator preparation programs.
The UAEU’ College of Education meets rigorous CAEP Accreditation Standards to better prepare the teachers of tomorrow which enhances student employment opportunities.
These five Standards to be met are:
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