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Topic: Ge Tech Continuing Education's FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING Course
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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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For Immediate Release
June 18, 1996


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:
Discipline Specific Portion:

For more information: Continuing Education
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0385
Phone: 404-894-2547

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