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ABET accredited Programs

The following programs were accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET http://www.abet.org

The accreditation action extends retroactively from October 1, 2017.

ABET is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation in the United-States. ABET accredits college and university programs in the disciplines of applied science, computing, engineering and engineering technology at the associate, bachelor and Master levels.

ABET is a federation of 35 professional engineering and technical societies that include the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

With ABET accreditation, students, parents, employers, and the society we serve can be confident that a program meets the quality standards that produce graduates prepared to enter a global workforce.

Programs to be submitted for an Initial Accreditation

ESIB is also engaged in the process of accreditation of the newly engineering programs proposed:

The request to initiate the accreditation evaluation visit will be submitted in 2024.

External Advisory Board (EAB)

In order to get the feedback of ESIB stakeholders like Alumni, professionals and potential employers, ESIB decided to set up an External Advisory Board for each program of study, comprised of distinguished professionals and experts from different engineering fields.

EAB of the Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering Program

  • Alain Akiki, Technical and Development Manager, Indevco Group
  • Georges Badr, General Manager, Calvatis MEA
  • Nizar Diab, Production Manager, Almaza
  • Farid Khokaz, Production Manager, Algorithm
  • Alain Nasraoui, General Manager, Sonaco Food Industries

EAB of the Civil Engineering Program

  • Adel Abou Jaoudé, Saudi Arabia Country Director, JacobsA
  • Philippe Fayad, Co-founder and Managing Director of Edrafor sal
  • Elias Hélou, Council for Development and Reconstruction (CDR)
  • Charles Malek, Director of the Structural Engineering, Bridges, and IT Departments, Dar Al-Handassa
  • Charles Maroun, Project Management Consultant, Partner at CE Maroun Consult
  • Manal Moussallem, Senior Environmental Advisor to the Minister of Environment and the United Nations Development Program
  • Nassib Nasr, General Manager Apave Liban, Deputy Manager Apave International

EAB of the Computer and Communication Engineering Program

  • Carole Alsharabati, Siren Associates Founding Partner and Associate Researcher at Siren Analytics
  • Alain Bassil, Member of the Board of Directors of Ogero
  • Pierre Debahi, CEO Libatel
  • Mitri Doumet, CEO BMB Group
  • Salim Eddé, CEO Murex
  • Elias Houayek, CEO Data Consult
  • Wissam Youssef, CEO CME offshore

EAB of the Electrical Engineering Program

  • Elie Abou Serhal, Founder and CEO Technica
  • Elias Bachaalany, CEO AutomatiX Group and VP Design & Technology of Neuvatek Inc.
  • Kamal Hayek, Chairman and General Director of EDL
  • Raymond Korkomaz, Representative of the Electrical Branch at OEA Beirut
  • Fares Nassif, Founder and CEO at DEP Partners
  • Kousra Sakr, CEO I.Network
  • Ghassan Shaban, Head of the Electrical Department, Dar Al-Handassa

EAB of the Mechanical Engineering Program

  • Pierre Dammous, Owner of Pierre Dammous & Partners. Engineering consultants
  • Naji Eddé, Head of the Mechanical Department, Dar Al-Handassa
  • Youssef Ghantous, Chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department at OEA Beirut
  • Rabih Khairallah, Owner of Mecatrade and Former Representative of the Mechanical Branch at OEA Beirut
  • Tony MATAR, Manager at Matar Engineering & Contracting
  • Rabih Osta, Head of the Mechanical Department, Phoenix, Indevco Group
  • Kamal Sioufi, Consultant and CEO of Sioufi Electromechanical Engineering Office
  • Yousef Tohmé, General Technical Manager at Themacode

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