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04-16-2008 09:45 AM
Gustov mechanical engineering, i will look into uc-boulder, thanks
04-16-2008 09:43 AM
hvalley76 what kind of engineering?

UC-Boulder is ranked in the top 50 engineering colleges.

Graduate Program | Department of Mechanical Engineering | University of Colorado at Boulder
04-16-2008 09:26 AM
T.J. what about online? there are plenty of places where you can do your MBA online but not sure about engineering. i'm sure thats a little tougher to find. but then you could live anywhere.
04-16-2008 09:18 AM
Originally Posted by T.J. View Post
i know great places for grad school in engineering. and great places in the mountains...but not both in the same place.

yeah thats the problem im having. it doesn't have to be that close to the mountains. im in ohio now, so mountains are nowhere near. i just need to get to a more interesting location, dayton is about as bland as it gets.
04-16-2008 09:13 AM
T.J. i know great places for grad school in engineering. and great places in the mountains...but not both in the same place.
04-16-2008 09:03 AM
grad school

anyone know of any good places to go to grad school for engineering that's near some mountains? it's about time for me to start lookin

any level of difficulty, i've got a pretty good resume

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