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|Title: ||Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.26, No.2 (Winter 1992): M. Eng.: The Degree for the Professional Engineer|
|Authors: ||Streett, William B.|
Phoenix, S. Leigh
George, Albert R.
Wagoner, J. L. Clifford
Cranch, Edmund T.
Master of Engineering
|Issue Date: ||1992|
|Publisher: ||Internet-First University Press|
|Abstract: ||IN THIS ISSUE: The Master of Engineering: A Professional Degree
for Today and Tomorrow /2 (Increased emphasis on the Master of Engineering program serves the needs of students, society, and the College of Engineering.) ... Advanced Composites and Engineering Education /8 (The Master of Engineering program
provides the framework for educating engineers to participate in a rapidly emerging new specialty.) ... Tried and True: The M.Eng. in Electrical Engineering /15 (For over twenty-five years, the Master of Engineering program has been an integral part of the School of Electrical Engineering.) ...
The Manufacturing Option: For a Well-Rounded Manufacturing Engineer /21 (Students learn about manufacturing from many angles in the Master of Engineering program's new Manufacturing Option.) ... The M.Eng. Internship: A Win/Win Option /27 (On-the-job experience during study for the Master of Engineering degree has advantages for both students and employers.) ...
The Engineering Master's Degree: Achieving Educational Objectives /33 (A new study shows that master's degrees significantly affect career prospects.) ... Register /38 (Gladys McConkey retires; five professors are appointed to endowed chairs) ... Faculty Publications /43|
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