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Hampton Institute in Hampton, Virginia

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Directory of engineering and engineering technology undergraduate programs. American Society for Engineering Education. Washington, The Society, c1994. 607 p.
   T73.D56 1994 <SciRR>

Directory of graduate programs in engineering & business. Princeton, N.J., Educational Testing Service, c1999. 423 p.
   T73.D563 1999 17th ed.

Engineering and technology degrees. Engineering Manpower Commission. New York, The Commission, 1999. 265 p.
   TA157.E662 1999

Graduate programs in engineering and computer science. Princeton, N.J., Peterson’s, c2003. 795 p.
   T73.G673 2004 <SciRR>

Landis, Raymond B. Studying engineering: a road map to a rewarding career. 2nd ed. Los Angeles, Calif., Discovery Press, c2000. 286 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TA157.L32 2000

Master of Science in Engineering Online Degree Programs
   All about Master of Science in Engineering Online Degree Programs are the epitome of efficiency. Not everyone has the luxury of taking time away from life to return to school and this is why many students are turning to online degree programs to get their master of science in engineering degrees. Take a look at what online versions of these programs have that their campus counterparts do not.

MIT's OpenCourseWare
   OpenCourseWare is a free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners around the world. OCW supports MIT's mission to advance knowledge and education, and serve the world in the 21st century. It is true to MIT's values of excellence, innovation, and leadership.

RSP funding for engineering students. El Dorado Hill, Calif., Reference service Press, c2002. 231 p.
   T73.R77 2002/2004 <SciRR>

Student advantage guide to the best graduate programs. Engineering. New York, Random House, 2nd ed. c1998. 439 p.
   T73.S75 2nd ed. 1998 <SciRR>



European journal of engineering education
   Published by the Société Européene pour la Formation de Ingénieurs (SEPI), which was founded in 1973. It is a non-profit international organization under Belgian Law and is a non-governmental organization.

IEEE transactions on education
   A publication of the IEEE Education Society.

Technology review
   Since 1899, Technology Review has been MIT's magazine of innovation. Its mission statement "to promote the understanding of emerging technologies and their impact on business and society" defines the unique value that Technology Review's audience finds in its our products and services. Technology Review strives to be the world's best source for understanding emerging technologies and their impact. Like its parent, MIT, its sees technology as central to our culture and economic well-being. It seeks to inspire, educate, stimulate, and illuminate-and, with a questioning but open eye, foster a sense of wonder, fascination and intrigue about the world around us.

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