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Webb Institute

19 Comments

about WI's undergraduate degree
1 negative, 10 positive.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed attending Webb. That being said, the school is definitely not for everybody, and some people find it quite unpleasant. It is...”
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prepare graduates for prominent careers by:
? Providing a rigorous education in the principles of engineering and a broad-based knowledge of the fundamentals of naval architecture and marine engineering;
? Developing skills that will enable graduates to become leaders in and make significant contributions to their chosen profession and to the social environment in which it functions;
? Instilling in our graduates the highest ethical standards and sense of professionalism; Cultivating curiosity in the arts, sciences, and humanities, and providing the background and encouragement necessary to support life-long learning.

WI Average Job Salaries

$67,671Starting Salary
$95,83310 Year Salary
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WI Address

WEBB INSTITUTE
CRESCENT BEACH RD
GLEN COVE, NY11542--1398
General info:(516) 671-2213
Financial aid office:(516) 671-2213
Admissions office:(516) 671-2213
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