Now AAS graduates can engineer their way to a bachelor's degree

May 2012
Precision Manufacturing;May/Jun2012, p19
Trade Publication
The article reports that Dunwoody College of Technology, one of the U.S.'s premier technical schools, has launched a bachelor's degree completion program in Industrial Engineering Technology. The program uses the 2+2 model transfer in which a two-year manufacturing program graduate attends Dunwoody for two more years to obtain a bachelor's degree. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that median income for industrial engineers is 36.59 U.S. dollars/hour


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