Where do you want to go? What do you want to be? No college helps students answer these questions better than Kettering University.
There isn't another college like us. Kettering is a highly-acclaimed, private university located in Flint, Michigan, that combines innovative, hands-on programs in engineering, math, science, and business with a ground-breaking experiential learning and professional cooperative education program. What that means: students in all degree programs alternate between study terms and work terms. During study terms, students learn exciting material in small classes taught by professors, not teaching assistants. During work terms, they gain professional experience at corporations related to their studies and interests.
More importantly, Kettering students graduate with up to 2 1/2 years of real world experience and envy-worthy resumes. Our students have done everything from testing ballistic systems and re-engineering crowd management to designing biomedical tools. And since students can go to work their first year, they learn early what they like to do and what they never want to do again.
All of this experience pays off. Research shows that students who participate in co-op and experiential learning are more mature, better problem solvers, and more technically knowledgeable. Employers know that Kettering students are the cream of the crop our students typically graduate with job offers or grad school acceptances in hand, and frequently start their positions at a higher salary than their peers from other schools.
Those who know Kettering students agree tomorrow's business and industry leaders are at Kettering today. At Kettering, students earn a degree for the real world. Any university will take you places. Kettering will take you farther.
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