QU Engineering Program Gets Go Ahead

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HAMDEN — The Connecticut Board of Education has granted Quinnipiac University licenses for programs in civil, mechanical, industrial and software engineering leading to BS degrees and enabling the university to launch its engineering program in the School of Business & Engineering.

“We can now officially market, recruit and teach courses in our four engineering disciplines,” said Scott Hamilton, chair of engineering. An outside reviewer "http://gp.org/site//#_online"> online with Hamilton and other administrators to examine each of the programs, its plan and how it will be supported. The first engineering classes will begin this August.

Individual engineering classes will not exceed 20 students, Hamilton said, allowing for intimate learning environments.“They will know their professor and their professor will know them,” Hamilton said.

 
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