July 22, 2024


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ULM Computer Science program receives ABET accreditation to 2026

The Computer Science program at the University of Louisiana Monroe completed a rigorous accreditation process through the Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.and received accreditation through the year 2026.  

The accrediting body found no deficiencies, weaknesses, or concerns throughout the process, which is a significant accomplishment, according to Jose Cordova, associate professor of computer science. 

The Computer Science program in the ULM College of Business and Social Sciences was established in 1984 and was first accredited in 1986.  

Jose Cordova, ULM Associate Professor of Computer Science, works with a student in the computer lab. ULM’s Computer Science program has been accredited through 2026.

“ABET accreditation is an important recognition of the overall quality of the program and its compliance with various professional standards, including faculty credentials, curriculum, equipment, and continuous improvement processes,” stated Cordova.  

Computer Science at Top 10 major at ULM 

There are 136 students enrolled in the Computer Science program at ULM for the spring 2021 semester. The program is in the Top 10 majors that ULM undergraduate students pursue.