BYU Hawaii graduate school

nació en Nigeria oriental en 1965. Nnamdi Okonkwo was born in Eastern Nigeria in 1965. Currently resides in Fayetteville, Georgia with his wife and three children. As far as I can remember I always was attracted to art. Later he realized that his artistic sensitivity expresava better in the three dimensions of sculpture. About the same time appeared to basketball, which was adequate for six feet nine inches tall. After obtaining a degree in painting in Nigeria, basketball became the means for me to go to the United States. He was recruited by BYU-Hawaii where he played from 1989 to 1993 and graduated with a degree in sculpture. Immediately after that, he enrolled in the graduate program at BYU-Provo, where he received a Masters degree in sculpture in 1997. While school taxes in Provo, he met and married his wife, Deidra, who is from Idaho and graduated in 1996 with a Master of Accounting. He now works full time in his studio in Fayetteville. His work is represented in galleries throughout the country, and large-scale monumental work can be seen in the public gardens.

2010-07-02 13:11:34 by iamlucky13

Most engineers don't come from a top 20 school

All companies say they hire "only the best." The reality is that 70,000 engineers graduate in the US each year. I haven't found solid numbers yet, but I'd wager less than 10,000 of those come from "top 20" schools (that would be 500 per school on average), which would be fairly big programs.
If that's an accurate assumption, then over 85% of US engineers have a similar background to you, including me. I did four years at a regionally respected, but national unremarkable school. I wouldn't sweat it too hard.
From my experience reading, I would say to look for a school with a traditional 4 year program (It's still ok to take 5 years in most of those schools, especially for transfer students)

2006-06-26 14:08:42 by The_AssMunch_Redux

Don't count on a top tier graduate program.

You got two in the Bay Area. Stanford and Berkeley. A 3.64 from a "state" school is not going to get you into any of those.
You best bet - those software engineering masters programs at Carnagie Mellon or it's part time MBA program in Mountain View. Then again, with those, you won't be able to teach anyone anything at any University, nor are they as respected as the full time Carnegie Mellon MBA program, a genuine Comp Sci master from Carnagie Mellon, or anything from Berkeley or Stanford.

2011-10-17 10:14:39 by ObservationsAtColumbia

Is this what most top eng programs look like?

I recently audited a graduate level course at Columbia University. Apart from myself, the instructor, and one other student, every person enrolled was asian -- all of them (about 50 students were in the course). Of course, one course is just one course. I also made use of Columbia's science and engineering libraries, and while I did see more white faces at each, again I observed that the overwhelming majority of the students appeared to be east asian, with quite a few Indians in the mix. No black faces, and just a smattering of whites here and there. Have native born Americans -- white bl

2009-10-19 15:54:38 by Tomf_22033

WRONG - a 2.0 is the MINIMUM to graduate

To say 2.0 is average is wrong.
Are you talking the mean, mode, or range when you say average?
A 2.0 is the lowest GPA that will allow you to graduate in almost all (if not all colleges). Keep in mind that those attending college are by default "above average" in they are in the top 40 to 60 % of the population simply by attending. Once they graduate they are in the top 30 to 40%. So using an average has no meaning on this sample group of the population.
Next time try thinking about your answer as stuff like what you posted is meaningless and doesn't help the OP

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