15 March 2008

Alpha-gearheads and mathletes wanted

It is never too early to start exploring options for college. While tuition and fees continue to rise, you may still find a school that is a good fit for your career choice and your checkbook.

If you like math and have a mechanical aptitude, you may want to check out kettering.edu, a university with top ranked undergraduate programs in mechanical engineering, engineering, math, science and business.

Kettering University is home to:
  • the most advanced co-op education program in the nation that allows you to get on the job training and be paid while you are learning;

  • state-of-the-art programs that are consistently recognized as some of the best engineering programs in the United States according to US News Best Colleges;

  • Eleven science, business and engineering majors;

  • Seven graduate programs.

US News and World Report has ranked Kettering University as "the #1 University in the nation for Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering" in its annual "America's Best Colleges Guide for 2008".

Kettering University has made some funny recruiting videos that you may find on YouTube by searching for "Kettering Stickman" on the site. The one above is pretty funny and gives you an insight into finding a college, major, financing and spending cash, There us $90 million in financial aid available. The only thing standing in your way of a degree is your own timidity.


Whatever said...

If math is your thing, I believe that you can actually get "them" to pay for your education if you are willing to become a teacher. Don't know if that's really true, but it's cool enough that if it's not, it should be :-)

CyberCelt said...

@whatever-I have a good friend that became a teacher without one student loan!

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