Arts and Sciences. Department of English, Technical Communications and Media Arts. The Engineering Technician
Scope and Contents
Guide to the field of engineering technology, including fields of study and professional opportunities.
- Creation: circa 1969
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This guide was produced by the McGraw-Hill Book Company. The acknowledgements express gratitude to the English Department of Southern Technical Institute for preparation of the text.
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According the an annotation in this volume, it was gifted to the Southern Technical Institute Library on February 19, 1969.
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