North Carolina State University Engineering Operations Program Records 1957-1989

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North Carolina State University Engineering Operations Program Records, 1957-1989

North Carolina State University Engineering Operations Program Records 1957-1989

Reports, reprints, proposals, brochures, and correspondence pertaining to courses of study, and technical sequence programs conducted at the college. In the 1960's, North Carolina State University's School of Engineering created a new undergraduate degree-granting program, "Engineering Operations", designed to train engineers to solve industrial problems. A much more practical course than many of its counterparts, Engineering Operations was initially intended to be only a Bachelor of Science program.

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In the 1960's, North Carolina State University's School of Engineering created a new undergraduate degree-granting program, "Engineering Operations", designed to train engineers to solve industrial problems. A much more practical course than many of its counterparts, Engineering Operations was initially intended to be only a Bachelor of Science program. From the guide to the North Carolina State University Engineering Operations Program Records, 1957-1989, (Special Colle...