Posted by: northeastnation | January 16, 2014

Northeast State programs earn ATMAE reaccreditation

Northeast State’s Business Technologies and Advanced Technologies divisions have received re-accreditation from the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) for programs in Computer and Information Sciences, Electrical Technology, and Industrial Technology.

ATMAE inspection team members conducted a site visit at Northeast State in spring 2013 to evaluate the programs. The degree programs were initially accredited in 2003. The new re-accreditation extends through November 2019.

The ATMAE site team spoke with faculty and students.

The ATMAE site team spoke with faculty and students.

Institutions that earn accreditation from ATMAE confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive review process.

The Computer and Information Sciences programs included Computer Programming, Internet and Web Development, Networking Engineering Technology, Personal Computer Management, and Information Assurance.

The Electrical Technology programs included Electrical Technology and Electromechanical.

ATMAE reviewed Business & Advanced technology divisions at Northeast State.

ATMAE reviewed Business & Advanced technology divisions at Northeast State.

Industrial Technology programs are composed of Automotive Service, Engineering Design Technology, Machine Tool, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Mechanical, Motor Sports, and Welding/Metal Fabrication.

Founded in 1967, ATMAE is recognized as the premiere professional association responsible for:

• The promotion of technology in business, industry, education, and government;

• The accreditation of technology programs in colleges, universities, and technical institutes; and

• The certification of technologists and the recognition of their continued professional development.

For more information about the programs offered by Northeast State and how to apply for admission, visit or call 800.836.7822.

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