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Old Posted Oct 4, 2018, 10:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Riverman View Post
Presently U of M does not give credit for any RRC engineering technology courses. Should a grad want to go on and get their degree they can get it at Lakehead or UVic in two years. At U of M they have to start from scratch.
I believe Brandon has a transfer arrangement with U Minnesota. The bottom line though is that Manitoba would really benefit from some actual competition between engineering programs. As just one example, because U of M is the only game in town, there is no chemical engineering program offered in the entire province. In every other discipline, the market for engineering talent is only as good as the one university's program (in some areas, very good, in others, no comment)
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