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Engineering and Technical Education in the Rochester, Minnesota Location of the IBM General Systems Division

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Continuing education has been a way of life in IBM from the early days of the company. The educational activities in Rochester are fairly typical to all major domestic facilities and reflect a basic commitment of the corporation to provide an environment which supports personal growth and learning. Company support is available for all educational programs with applicability to current work or for future growth. The programs administered by the Education Department utilize a broad range of in-house capabilities and an equally wide range of outside facilities. Programs range from one-hour seminars to on-site Master of Science progams and on-campus graduate studies. The major thrust is in electrical engineering and computer sciences However, offerings even include discussion classes of the familiar Great Books program. These educational opportunities combined with other programs maintain the technical vitality of our people and provide firm support for personal gowth and learning.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 3 )