Texas State University CIM Program Receives ATMAE Accreditation
Congratulations to Texas State University’s CIM program! On Wednesday, Nov. 9, department chair Dr. James Wilde sat before the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Board of Accreditation for its two-year progress report decision. They voted unanimously to grant Texas State’s CIM program full accreditation. They are the first CIM program to have this distinction!
The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) is a specialized accreditor for technology, management and applied engineering degrees. The primary purpose of ATMAE accreditation is to encourage and recognize the attainment of certain professional goals and standards for technology and to encourage continuous quality improvement through a voluntary and comprehensive evaluation process. Benefits of accreditation are listed here.
We thank Dr. Wilde for his leadership and guidance through the process, Dr. Anthony Torres for organizing all the assessments and leading the annual program-level review for ATMAE and SACS and Dr. Yoo Jae Kim for conducting all the surveys necessary for the self-study report.