What is accreditation?

Accreditation is a process by which educational institutions, programs, or services are evaluated to ensure they meet specific standards of quality and effectiveness set by accrediting agencies.

Why is accreditation important?

Accreditation is important because it validates the quality and credibility of an institution, program, or service. It assures students, employers, and other stakeholders that the education provided meets recognized standards.

What are the types of accreditation?

There are two main types of accreditation: institutional and specialized (or programmatic). Institutional accreditation assesses the entire institution, while specialized accreditation focuses on specific programs or disciplines.

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