Manufacturing course scheduled for UNH

August 1996
New Hampshire Business Review;8/16/96, Vol. 18 Issue 17, p20
Reports that the Engineering Technology Program at the University of New Hampshire will offer three courses in manufacturing engineering technology. Features of each course; Contact information.


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