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UA Grantham offers various degree paths in technology engineering at the certificate, associate, bachelor and master level. Our technology engineering programs provide students a comprehensive understanding of the field through courses in math, physics and other sciences, as well as technical courses in engineering principles and practices. Through laboratory and project-based learning, you will gain invaluable hands-on experience that is intended to prepare you for solving complex, real-world problems in the field.
All our engineering programs prepare students for a diverse span of careers in the field where they can utilize their knowledge and skillset to design, build, and maintain a variety of systems. Each program enhances students' problem-solving, analytical and critical thinking skills, as well as their ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with other professional in the industry.

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