Is Mines Accredited?

Who is giving a nod to Mines? Read about what accreditations we found for this school.

Colorado School of Mines Is Regionally Accredited

Regional accreditation is a good thing. Attending a regionally accredited institution is important if you may want to transfer credits to another institution or if you want to attend a post-graduate program.

Accreditations Recognized by the Department of Education

Agency
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Type of Accreditation
Institutional ( Regional )
Program
N/A

Accreditations Recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation

Agency
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Type of Accreditation
Regional
Program
N/A
Agency
ABET
Type of Accreditation
Program
Program
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, BS
Agency
ABET
Type of Accreditation
Program
Program
Chemical Engineering, BS
Agency
ABET
Type of Accreditation
Program
Program
Engineering Physics, BS
Agency
ABET
Type of Accreditation
Program
Program
Engineering, BS
Agency
ABET
Type of Accreditation
Program
Program
Geological Engineering, BS
Agency
ABET
Type of Accreditation
Program
Program
Geophysical Engineering, BS
Agency
ABET
Type of Accreditation
Program
Program
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, BS
Agency
ABET
Type of Accreditation
Program
Program
Mining Engineering, BS
Agency
ABET
Type of Accreditation
Program
Program
Petroleum Engineering, BS
How is this school reviewed?

Check out our report card: Colorado School of Mines Scorecard

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