Engineering School

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Air Force Institute Of Technology - Changing Names For A Growing Institute
... Air School of Application 1919 – 1920 Air Service Engineering School 1920 – 1926 Air Corps Engineering School 1926 – 1941 Army Air Forces Engineering School 1944 – 1945 Army Air Forces Institute of ...
Chung-Ang University - Departments and Majors - Undergraduate Programmes - Undergraduate Programme Details
... Humanities and Social Sciences College School/Department Humanities • Department of Korean Language and Literature • Department of English Language and Literature • School of European Languages and Cultures ...
Leonardo Da Vinci Engineering School
... The Leonardo da Vinci Engineering School (ESILV) is a five-year engineering school in Paris, France ... It was placed 10th among French engineering schools "Post-bac" in the 2010 Le Point rankings ... award the title of "ingénieur" by the French Commission of Engineering Titles and it is one of France's top schools ...
Purdue University College Of Engineering - History
... In 1874, Purdue established four-year bachelor's degree programs in civil engineering and mechanical engineering ... The School of Mechanical Engineering was created in 1882, although none of Purdue's students at the time were actually qualified to enroll in any of its courses ... In 1911, the School of Chemical Engineering was founded, and in 1938 became the School of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering ...
Sydney Faculty Of Engineering And Information Technologies - Constituent Schools
... School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering School of Civil Engineering School of ...

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