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Old 09-22-2002, 12:50 AM
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Do any of you guys and gals know any tech schools, colleges, etc that offer good automotive engineering degrees? I need to know cause i am filling out my ACT forms soon and i need to pick 4 schools to send it to.

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Macomb Community College in Warren.


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Ferris State University in the Central Lower Penninsula has a pretty good school (or so I've heard), you might check them out.
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