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I'm interested in hearing from anybody who has
opinions about the Tech Communications MS program at
I'd like to know whether the Brooklyn program is a
good program in particular, - challenging,
interesting, leading-edge - compared to other degree
programs. I've read the archived discussion about the
"value" of Tech Comm programs, so I don't need to read
any more thoughts on that.
kimmc_68 -at- yahoo -dot- com
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