OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – June 13, 2005 – The Oklahoma Christian University (OC) School of Engineering will conduct its sixth Engineering Summer Academy this month.
Two week-long sessions are offered, beginning on June 19 and June 26, respectively. This summer will feature the largest-ever academy participation, but spots remain available.
All participants are entering OC freshman getting a head start on their schooling. They will work on several engineering projects throughout the week and receive credit for OC’s Introduction to Engineering one-hour course.
There also will be an engineering academy for high school juniors on June 23-24. The cost for the academy is $50 and includes all activities, room and board.
To reserve a spot or for more information, contact Tiffany Wiederstein at (405) 425-5467 or at email@example.com.
Oklahoma Christian, a private, four-year comprehensive university ranked seventh overall in the 16-state Western region by U.S. News & World Report, offers degree programs in more than 60 fields of study in three colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Biblical Studies and the College of Professional Studies. The university also offers two graduate degree programs in Biblical Studies in addition to one- and two-year Masters of Business Administration programs.
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