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Meet the Expert Report DeVry University College of Engineering and Information Sciences Student Name: Matthew Quinones Expert Name: Dr Javeen D’Souza This paper was prepared for CEIS-100 Meet the Expert Week # 2
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2 Question (1): List some of the main points that the expert discussed this week (minimum 2 3 paragraphs): The presentation broke down many of the core competencies that are available to take for engineering or networking students. All of the disciplines offer a variety of challenges for each student. While many of the electives will need to be taken for the all of the majors the actual course classes vary depending on the what route a student chooses to go. What is interesting that the degree at DeVry differs in the sense that while you will be working in an engineering field you will not be a true engineer as the curriculum offered at DeVry differs from major engineering schools. However, a degree from DeVry will allow you work in the desired field.
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