March 26, 2004
CUA to Host Graduate Engineering Open Houses, April 20 and 22
Catholic University’s School of Engineering will host two open houses for its graduate programs April 20 and 22. Faculty members and graduate admissions representatives will be available to answer questions about the programs.
In addition, alumni of the engineering school’s graduate programs — now professional engineers working in the Washington, D.C., area — will be on hand to share insights about their graduate school experience and its impact on their careers in a range of engineering disciplines.
The open houses will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. both nights in Pangborn Hall’s Anthony J. Scullen Room. Prospective graduate students will have the opportunity to talk with engineering department chairs and faculty members about the graduate programs at both the master’s and doctoral levels in civil engineering, biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, construction management and engineering management.
“Our graduate engineering programs are designed to accommodate the needs of both the part-time working professional and the full-time, research-oriented student,” said John F. Leonard, assistant dean for graduate programs. “The engineering school offers scheduling flexibility, convenience and quality instruction to the working professional, and world-class research efforts for the research-oriented student.”
For more information on the graduate open houses, call 202-319-5160 or visit the engineering school’s Web site at http://engineering.cua.edu.
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