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Engineering at a hbcu Posted on 08-20-2007
pyrodawg88

I attend a pwi, and I'm in the Mechanical Engineering Program. I want to transfer to an hbcu next year. I'm looking at howard U, but are there any other hbcus with good engineering programs? And while we're at it, how is Howard's program?
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theTRUTH replied on 08-20-2007 06:21PM [Reply]
Before considering a school to transfer to, you might want to evaluate the reason WHY you are transfering in the first place. Your next school could possibly have those exact same issues/problems and you would be right back at square one. But in the meantime, here is a link to Howard University's College of Engineering, Architecture and Computer Science: College of Engineering, Architecture & Computer Science - Howard University
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deedeja from wilmington, DE replied on 08-21-2007 12:56AM [Reply]

North Carolina A & T is a good school for your major
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TSUblueTiger replied on 08-21-2007 02:26AM [Reply]
pyrodawg88 wrote:
I attend a pwi, and I'm in the Mechanical Engineering Program. I want to transfer to an hbcu next year. I'm looking at howard U, but are there any other hbcus with good engineering programs? And while we're at it, how is Howard's program?
I know the process of selecting a university is difficult. However, it is well worth the time and commitment to make the right choice. The knowledge gained will influence your life, personally and professionally. Personally, I recommend Tennessee State University, academically and socially. TSU engineering program is focused on graduating quality and not quantity. Therefore, it will be challenging and intense, but you will gain knowledge and skills. The College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science offers degrees at the undergraduate, masters, and PhD level. I hope you decide to continue your matriculation at Tennessee State University. For more information, use the links below. Good Luck! College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science http://engineer.tnstate.edu/ Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering http://engineer.tnstate.edu/me/index.htm TSU Alumni Endowment http://www.tsuengralumni.org/ Research at Tennessee State University http://www.tnstate.edu/interior.asp?mid=77
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klg14 from Hawthorne, CA replied on 08-21-2007 12:04PM [Reply]

Research these schools also: Tuskegee University Florida A & M University Prairie View A & M University Morgan State University
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klg14 from Hawthorne, CA replied on 08-21-2007 12:08PM [Reply]

The Black College Expo may be coming to your part of the world: BCE Event Calendar Hope you can make it!
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replied on 08-21-2007 02:44PM [Reply]
thanks... I'll keep those in mind... I have a cousin that goes to tuskeegee, he doesn't like it, so maybe not there.
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graytgurl replied on 08-22-2007 12:41PM [Reply]
Morgan State has a great engineering program as well Morgan State University School of Engineering
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replied on 08-23-2007 11:25AM [Reply]
I was getting kinda excited about Morgan State BUT.... they don't have mechanical engineering : (
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