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    The Right College

    Hi all,

    I'm interested in majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. I live in South Carolina and I'm looking for what schools you all recommend I look into for this subject.

    I'd prefer somewhere relatively close, and a university that could give a *full* ride (I'm #1 in my class, very smart and hardworking). Companies I aspire to work for include Google, Canonical, and Microsoft.

    What are your thoughts?

    Some schools that have caught my attention:
    • Duke
    • Auburn
    • Clemson
    • Georgia Tech
    • NC State

    Feel free to comment on those listed above if you have input on them, as well.
    Last edited by chandler_bailey4; October 12th, 2013 at 05:04 PM. Reason: added current list

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    Re: The Right College

    G8 information

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    Re: The Right College

    RIT is a very good school.

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    Re: The Right College

    The University of South Carolina has programs up through the Ph.D. in both Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. You could attend it at the in-state tuition rates.

    If you want to get a little farther away from home, North Carolina State at Raleigh has long been a noted engineering, science, and technology institution. A bit farther north is Virginia Polytechnic University, also a fine EST institution.

    As the #1 student in your class, it would be worth your time to try for scholarships to MIT and CalTech.

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