Crane Invests in Future Engineers
University students who want to become engineers face a tough four-year battle. Academically, engineering programs have among the most demanding curricula at the college level. On average, engineering students spend 19 hours studying per week on top of attending their daily classes. If having one of the most difficult curricula isn’t hard enough, engineering students will face the fact that college is expensive. The average college tuition is nearly $40,000 per year at a public four-year university.


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