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Pennsylvania College of Technology

Pennsylvania College of Technology

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Leading hands-on programs. Top-notch business and industry partnerships. Cutting edge facilities and equipment. 100+ diverse and distinctive degrees that work®. A 95% graduate placement rate. These are just a few of the traits that make Penn College

Cogswell Polytechnical College

Cogswell Polytechnical College

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Cogswell College is a prestigious institution offering technology-driven and innovative degree programs. Programs of study include digital art & animation, digital audio technology, entrepreneurship & innovation, engineering, and fire science. Select

Acadia Institute of Oceanography: Advanced Program

Acadia Institute of Oceanography: Advanced Program

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Acadia Institute of Oceanography's Advanced Sessions are pre-college summer courses offered to students age 15-19 who have completed one year of high school science, preferably biology or chemistry.

Virginia Commonwealth University

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The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Engineering strives to provide students with a well-rounded educational experience. In addition to meeting rigorous academic demands, our students find time to be active in research and student organizat

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