DETC

AcronymDefinition
DETCDistance Education and Training Council
DETCDesign Engineering Technical Conferences (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
DETCDendritic Epidermal T-Cell
DETCDigital Electronic Trim Control
DETCDendritic Epidermal T-Lymphocyte
DETCDivine Essence Teaching Coalition
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The regeneration of The Powerhouse, which is the most prominent landmark seen from the DETC, and the creation of new buildings along the new route are a priority for us.
I would like to inform him, as well as other readers, that many legitimate (accredited) distance learning colleges and universities exist that are not affiliated with the DETC.
You can learn more about the DETC 2014 Famous Alumni Award on the ACHS website at https://www.
Founded in 1926, DETC is a nonprofit education association focused on promoting educational excellence in distance education institutions by fostering quality assurance, protection of the rights of students and institutional self-improvement through voluntary accreditation via peer evaluation.
This new accreditation system helps DETC staff improve their overall efficiency for managing information derived from data collection activities and cyclical and non-cyclical accreditation processes," said Chad Baker, Director of Accreditation Solutions at ARMATURE.
The accreditation solution establishes a unified electronic means for storing collected data from the institutions that DETC serves as part of both the continuous accreditation and annual reporting processes.
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The Distance Education Training Council (DETC) is a voluntary, non-governmental, educational organization founded in 1928 that operates a nationally recognized accrediting association, the DETC Accrediting Commission.
For the purpose of this survey, the DETC membership was divided into three categories: (1) High School; (2) Postsecondary; and (3) Degree Granting.
The Accrediting Commission of DETC is listed by the U.
DETC Outstanding Graduate honorees are selected for their academic record and the level and quality of their contribution to society and their chosen profession(s).
This booklet is designed to help prospective students, counselors, public agencies and institutions better understand distance education accreditation and how the accreditation procedures of the DETC Accrediting Commission work.