University Of Cincinnati College Of Engineering And Applied Science
The College of Engineering and Applied Science is the engineering and applied science college of the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the birthplace of the cooperative education (co-op) program and still holds the largest public mandatory cooperative education program at a public university in the United States. Today, it has a student population of around 3,700 undergraduate and 1,000 graduate students and is recognized annually as one of the top 100 engineering colleges in the US, ranking 78th in 2011.
In June 2009, the College of Engineering and College of Applied Science officially merged and formed the new College of Engineering and Applied Science. Many programs from the former colleges were maintained, but some were moved to different colleges or suspended.
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