I started the BS in Computer Science program at Regis University in January of this year & a few months later, my academic adviser sent out an email of "updated requirements" for the CS degree, because Regis was applying for a "new accreditation". She didn't go into any more detail, and while I "hoped" it was going to be ABET, I wasn't planning on holding my breath. Today I was looking over the Regis U. page & I saw they are announcing ABET accreditation: BS in Computer Science Degree - Regis University CPS The ABET site does not have them listed yet because it seems like it is just updated on a yearly bases & the list is from October 2010. However, it should be updated this year. It makes me happy because I knew that Regis had a very rigorous program & with this accreditation, it can help re-assure people looking for a CS degree that Regis is a good option (but expensive). This makes it the second Computer Science I know of (FSU being the other) that is offered online and accredited by ABET. I know ABET isn't a big deal in CS, but at the very least, it marks a program as meeting a set of standards that is considered acceptable by the ABET. Top programs like Carnegie Melon & Stanford don't even bother with ABET accreditation for this CS programs because it's unnecessary, but the quality of their programs speak for themselves. For a sort of "unknown" place like Regis, it seems like it would be more important to have the ABET accreditation so that everyone would know that they're going to learn everything they need to. I'm excited & happy that I chose Regis! I planned on going to a local state school for my MS so this will make the application process easier (required prerequisites covered, etc).