Prism Magazine - April 2003
Prism Magazine - April 2003 Prism Magazine - April 2003
Can Distance Education Be Unlocked?
Can Distance Education Be Unlocked?
Can Distance Education Be Unlocked?
Can Distance Education Be Unlocked?
A combination of reasons have kept undergraduates frome arning engineering degrees online


Can Distance Education Be Unlocked?


Only a handful of schools offer undergraduate engineering degrees online, and there's some very good reasons why more haven't taken the plunge.

By Thomas K. Grose
Illustration by Matsu/Photonica

A New Era

One of the goals of ABET 2000 is to make engineering education more relevant to society. A byproduct of the new criteria may be that it's making the profession more appealing to women.

 
Blazing an Entrepreneurial Trail
Engineering students who graduate from Michigan Tech's Enterprise Program have a choice. They can work for someone else or they can start their own companies.
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