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  1. University of Connecticut

    Starting at: $1,000.00

    • University of Connecticut is a public institution that was founded in 1881.
    • It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 18,395, its setting is rural, and the campus size is 4,093 acres.
    • It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar.
    • University of Connecticut's ranking in the 2016 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 57.
    • Without many activities off campus, students can get involved in the more than 450 clubs and organizations on campus, including more than 30 fraternities and sororities.
    • They can also catch a film in the on-campus movie theater and skate for free in the school’s ice rink.
    • One of America's top 20 public universities.
    • The only public university in New England with its own Schools of Law, Social Work, Medicine, and Dental Medicine
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  2. University of Connecticut-Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BS CE)
    Duration: 4 Years | Level: Bachelors Program Course Description The BSCE is a degree program designed to train professionals to plan, design, build and maintain a sustainable and resilient infrastructure The degree program requires 128-130 credits of coursework Learn More
  3. University of Connecticut-Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
    Duration: 4 Years | Level: Bachelors Program Course Description Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering is a program which produces graduates with skills in designing computer hardware and peripherals, and emphasizes the electrical characteristics of the computer itself Focused primarily on designing the computer hardware, associated core software structures and their interfaces Focus areas include real-time computing systems, communication and computing networks, and VLSI design/fabrication Learn More
  4. University of Connecticut-Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
    Duration: 1 Year | Level: Masters Program Course Description University of Connecticut's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers a one year master's degree in Electrical Engineering Students are introduced to systems theory and communication theory Students study digital signal processing Graduates learn about the fundamentals of optoelectronic devices Learn More
  5. University of Connecticut	-Bachelors in Accounting
    Duration: 4 Years | Level: Bachelors Program Course Description University of Connecticut's Accounting Department offers a four years bachelor's degree in Accounting Students are exposed to a wide range of issues related to analyzing and interpreting financial information Graduates learn to use accounting information both within the organization for managerial decision-making and outside the organization for investment decision-making Learn More

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