What Academic accreditation is ?

Academic accreditation generally is a peer-review process when scholars from accredited institutes give their friends esteem on their responsibilities.
Our programs are touch by the faculty which gained experience in teaching in higher education institutions. However, due to the fact that we run a new program, there is no confirmation that the program is accredited by any Higher Educative Commission. There is either any evidence it is not. This is because it takes between half of year up to two years to gain accreditation from Governmental bodies. Yet the higher education institutions apply their own considerations on which programs they grant credit on. Therefore, we recommend our perspective students to consult any Academic organization they want to continue their studding within to verify if the syllabus of the course of IDmap is compatible to their requirements.
Accreditation is simply a validation process by which institutions of higher education are evaluated against established standards to ensure a high level of educational quality. It is typically accomplished through a peer-review process in which faculty from accredited institutions help to conduct evaluations of either new non-accredited institutions or accredited institutions seeking renewal. The standards used to conduct these evaluations vary but in general they assess: the institution’s mission, goals and objectives, resources and resource allocation, student admission requirements, student support services and the quality of the faculty and educational offerings.
Unlike the practices of most other countries, in the United States accreditation of institutions of higher education is not conducted by the government. Instead, it is a voluntary process that is implemented by private nongovernmental accrediting agencies. At present, there are both regional as well as national agencies involved in the accreditation process. The only role that the government plays is to evaluate these accrediting agencies using well developed criteria in order to identify those considered to be “reliable authorities” on the quality of institutions of higher education.