My college is strictly an engineering school, with specialties in aerospace, electrical, biomedical, chemical, civil, and electrical engineering. I am currently enrolled in the Biomedical Engineering Department, hoping to obtain a Master's Degree in five years. The college is best known for its Career Resource Center and boasts the highest paying starting salaries for its graduates. In fact, upon completion of junior year, many students have prospective employers already lined up. The curriculum, being highly specialized, offers electives that pertain to the particular degree program.
Upon graduation, students are well trained and ready to enter the workforce.
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