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    it covers a lot of staf from engineering matterial,engineering mechanics concrete topographic drawing ,survying,earthwork,structural steel design, reinforced concrete design,fluid mechanics, highway constructin and design 1and 2, engineering economy,all kind of mathes and calcules and a lot more which contain 70 credits and it is associat of civil engineering . it is very good program i am glad that i did.

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    It sounds fairly comprehensive. Must have been back when they had real teachers.
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    I think so, and it has been almost 5 month for this autocad drafting but i am on the final stage just finished the structural draftinig the 6th plate and start the 7th what do you think about the progress .

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    kids and work take all my time

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    hey and we went to penn stat university, harrisberg for the residential course for the month and graduated there @the same times with gown!
    it took me 2 years and 2 month .

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    That's pretty impressive. Do you know why the program was eliminated?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    That's pretty impressive. Do you know why the program was eliminated?
    No doubt it was too good!
    Showed up all the other courses for what they really were.
    We can't have that now, there's money at stake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadgad View Post
    They offer LAW Degrees too ... heaven help us all.

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    P-F offers law degrees? Oh that is so wrong!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    P-F offers law degrees? Oh that is so wrong!
    I was surprised to see that PF, which now hails from (a mail drop maybe ? in) Scottsdale Arizona, was purchased by the PRINCETON REVIEW.
    80% of their business comes by way of supplying tests.
    So much for being great educators.
    Do they really care what is on the tests, or if information is accurate?
    Not as long as the crew down at Mailboxes, Etc. keep showing up for work and sending out the tests.

    Historically speaking?
    You decide.
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