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Greg Stenzoski

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Ge Tech Continuing Education's FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING Course
Posted: Jun 18, 1996 7:54 PM
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PRESS RELEASE

UPCOMING COURSE


For Immediate Release
June 18, 1996


FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING

This refresher course is designed to help those persons planning to
take the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination. The following
subjects are reviewed: mathematics, chemistry, physics, mechanics,
thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, electrical theory, engineering
economy, computer programming, and engineering systems.

For those individual requiring a discipline specific review,
additional instruction is offered in the disciplines of civil,
electrical, and mechanical engineering, if there is sufficient demand.


Date: General Portion:
September 4- October 23, 1996
Monday and Wednesday evenings

Discipline Specific Portion:
October 15 & 17, 1996
Tuesday and Thursday evenings

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Conducted by: Georgia Tech Continuing Education

Program fee: General Portion:
$375
Discipline Specific Portion:
$125

For more information: Continuing Education
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0385
Phone: 404-894-2547
E-Mail: conted@gatech.edu
WWW: http://www.conted.gatech.edu





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