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Author: rstone
Time: 12/31/03 04:26 PST
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"On-Line Degrees" -- High Status or Not?
Good answers - All of them -- I do not think there is a proper answer to this question. I posted it mainly because it really made me think about what the engineering society is really coming too. I agree with the statements it takes a few years to let new BSME's incorporate there theoretical knowledge into the real world -- one - because they are different -- two  -- because - They have to learn they do not have to re-invent the wheel on every project.
   I don't have a problem with the open book issues -- I have a problem of the fundamentals -- I've stated it many times before --"We can't Know it all -- We just have to know where to get the information when we need it." -- Granted this does not say it all --but it does get the point across.-- with out the actual knowledge of the fundementals behind the laws, theory's, formuli -- etc... you are NOT an Engineer.
   Thanks for you comments!
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