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Electrical engineering in the postwar world: X — Goals in engineering education

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William E. Wickenden ; Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio

The engineering profession will find it hard to rise above its educational source, and there is no magic through which education can rise above its teachers, declares this educator. More emphasis on the humanistic studies, more time devoted to fundamental science, and a basic analysis of the engineering method furnish the framework of the undergraduate course he proposes.

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Electrical Engineering  (Volume:64 ,  Issue: 2 )