Kan. Admin. Regs. § 66-9-4 - Engineering curriculum approved by the board
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021
"A college or university program that is adequate in its preparation of students for the practice of engineering" shall mean any of the following:
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66-9-4. Engineering curriculum approved by the board. "A college or university program that is adequate in its preparation of students for the practice of engineering" shall mean any of the following:
(a) A baccalaureate engineering curriculum accredited by the engineering accreditation commission of the accreditation board for engineering and technology (EAC/ABET);
(b) a curriculum for a master's degree or doctorate in engineering, if all college coursework is reviewed and approved by the board and found to be of a standard equivalent to that of an ABET-accredited baccalaureate engineering curriculum; or
(c) a baccalaureate engineering curriculum outside the United States that has not been accredited by ABET but meets the following requirements:
(1) Is evaluated by an organization approved by the board and found to be of a standard equivalent to that of ABET; and
(2) is reviewed and approved by the board. (Authorized by K.S.A. 74-7013, as amended by L. 2009, Ch. 94, §3; implementing K.S.A. 74-7021, as amended by L. 2009, Ch. 94, §5; effective May 1, 1984; amended May 4, 1992; amended Feb. 22, 1993; amended Feb. 14, 1994; amended Feb. 4, 2000; amended Feb. 3, 2006; amended Nov. 6, 2009.)