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Graduate degrees in engineering for non-engineering bachelors

  1. Feb 9, 2012 #1
    In another thread I found someone mention this program at Boston U (http://www.bu.edu/eng/academics/special-programs/leap/) for students with bachelors in non-engineering fields, like liberal arts + humanities, that can do the makeup coursework and then attain a masters in engineering.

    I'm curious if other folks on this forum have heard of similar programs, either in Canada or Europe. As a Canadian citizen I am quite keen to stay within-country, thought I also have access to free housing in Oslo, Norway and Ferney-Voltaire, France (right near CERN) - so if you are aware of programs in these areas please do mention!

    I have done some preliminary searching but it seems BU's Leap program is somewhat unique.... I will continue looking and appreciate any information you folks might have.
     
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