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University of Bridgeport Graduate Programs and Research Opportunities

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Subject: University of Bridgeport Graduate Programs and Research Opportunities
Date: 2008-03-28 05:31:50
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The Graduate Studies and Research Division at the University of Bridgeport
(UB) offers several interdisciplinary graduate programs within the Colleges
of Business, Engineering and Education & Human Resources. UB is currently
the fastest growing university in the State of Connecticut and in New
England. The growth in size, reputation, quality and research outcomes has
been extraordinary.

The Graduate Studies and Research Division (GSRD) of the University of
Bridgeport offers new and exciting degree programs and research
opportunities at the Masters and Doctorate levels, inter-disciplinary
graduate degree concentrations, dual graduate degree options and
professional graduate certificates in a variety of growth oriented fields.
These innovative inter-disciplinary programs provide students with a
variety of career enhancement options responsive to growing employer and
employee needs for multiple competencies and skills in today's and
tomorrow's demanding global professional work force.  The division offers
more than 200 Full-Paid Scholarships and/or Stipends, Graduate
Assistantships, Teaching Assistantships, and Research Assistanships per
year for graduate students. UB offers excellent post-graduation job
placement opportunities for both domestic and international students, with
more than 600 companies, school districts, reserach labs. and industries
who have employed our graduates in the last several years.

For more information and/or to apply for our programs please visit
http://www.bridgeportengineering.net

The inter-disciplinary graduate concentrations may be incorporated into the
graduate programs offered by the Colleges of Business, Engineering and/or
Education & Human Resources or embedded within a dual graduate degree
program.  Students can elect to enroll in one or more graduate degrees at
the Masters level in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical
Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Technology Management, MBA (Masters of
Business Administration) or the M.S. in MSIT (Masters of Science in
Instructional Technology) program. The division also offers a Ph.D. program
in Computer Science and Computer Engineering; and an Ed.D. program in
Education.

The interdisciplinary graduate degree or certificate concentrations
include: Accounting; Automation and Robotics; Bio-Tech Management; CAD/CAM;
China/India Trade; Computer Communications and Networking; Corporate,
Government and Information Security & Continuity Management; E-Commerce;
Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation; Environmental and Energy
Management; Finance; Global Business; Global Marketing; Global Program and
Project Management; Health Care Management & Administration; Human
Resources Management; Information Technology; Intellectual Property
Management; Management and Operations; Manufacturing Management; Modern
Data Base Systems; New Product Development and Commercialization; Service
Management and Engineering; Software Engineering; Strategic Sourcing and
Vendor Management; Supply Chain Management; Wireless and Mobile
Communications, VLSI Design, Bio-Medical Engineering, and Micro and
nano-electro mechanical systems.

UB's graduate programs and instructional philosophy emphasizes real-life
experiences through extensive hands-on laboratory-based training, co-ops
and paid internships. The GSRD has established very strong relationships
with industry in the last few years through an active Center for
Interdisciplinary Business, Engineering and Technology Industry Advisory
Board and intensive networking with local, regional and global companies.

As a unit of the GSRD, UB's School of Engineering (SOE) is the fastest
growing School of Engineering in the nation (among 300+ accredited
engineering schools) and is home to  the largest graduate engineering
program in Connecticut with over 1,300 current graduate students; and is
one of the four largest engineering programs in New England. The School of
Engineering's recent accomplishments have been hailed in academia, the
engineering community and the media as an amazing success story in the
growth of academic quality, enrollment and research productivity among
engineering schools in the country in the last 50 years.

For more information and to enroll or apply to UB's graduate programs in
Engineering, Computing, Technology, Business, Management and Education
please visit http://www.bridgeportengineering.net

Please do not reply to this message. To contact us or apply to our programs
please follow the link above.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,

Khaled Elleithy
Associate Dean
Graduate Studies and Research Division
University of Bridgeport


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