Accreditation

 

Accredited Excellence 

 

 

Will employers recognize the validity of your online degree? Will you be able to transfer credits to other learning institutions? Does your program provide a high-standard educational excellence? At EIPCS the answer is yes, yes, and yes!

 

EIPCS provides quality assurance to all of its students by continually adhering to standards set by today's most respected accrediting agencies. Our educational programs are regularly examined by a number of other third-party accrediting organizations to ensure the very highest level of quality.

 

 

FL DOE Reg:                  7560  
College Board:                100972  

DUNS:                             062668393

NCES School ID:            A1100555

NCAGE Code:                77PW6
FLVS School:                  SACS CASI

 

ACPSAA Reg:                000-13846

ACPSAA - American Council Private School Accreditation Agency

(since 1989)

 

EIPCS is fully accredited by ACPSAA (American Council Private School Accreditation Agency) which is an accrediting agency that has been in existence since 1989. Accreditation is a process through which a school maintains and improves its standards and practices. Basically, accreditation is a process that gives public recognition to institutions that meet certain standards. It is a promise that an institution will provide the quality of education it claims to offer.

 

One of the accepted curricula we use for our program is Landmark Baptist. Students use this program to study the required core subjects. Once they pass these classes, they are able to graduate.

Accreditation Information

DEAC - Distance Education Accrediting Commission

 

EIPCS is in the process of evaluating Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). The DEAC is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a globally recognized accrediting agency for online learning schools and distance education. Their rigorous evaluation process applies the same standards upheld by long-established "brick and mortar" institutions.


The DEAC would be looking at our lifestyle-friendly curricula, our learning system, and our administrative policies. They would review our student support services, assess the quality of our faculty and course content.

Accreditation is not requirement to be a school but juat a set standard to go by to help schools maintain.

Accreditation Information

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