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The Grantham College of Engineering

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I have completed twoAverageElectrical Engineering
I have completed two associate degrees at two separate regular colleges. Grantham university has been very challenging and I’d recommend it to anybody interested in continuing there education.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2009
University Resource Use/ spending: A+, Innovation: B+
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Do yourself a favor, call a local majorQuite BrightEngineering Department
Do yourself a favor, call a local major college and ask if they will accept Granthams credits before taking classes with them. They are nothing but a business trying to make money, they are listed on the ripoff report as well. The only time you can get ahold of someone is when it's time to sign up for more courses or enroll originally, other than that you are on your own. The course work is all open book, therefore providing no educational value at all. Stay away from this place at all costs, Granthams degree is garbage to an employer.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2005
Friendliness: B-, Education Quality: F
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My experience at Spartan was that the staffElectrical Engineering
My experience at Spartan was that the staff was experienced and knowledgeable and was able to answer most or all of my questions. Lazy students could still get by but the training was available to those students who had the strong desire to learn and I was one of those who wanted to get the most training I could.The most positive comment I can give is that I was productive the very first day of my first job out of school. This was very noticeable of all my supervisors.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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