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University of Michigan
School of Public Health
Over the next decade the demand for public
health graduates will increase. On any given
day in the United States there are 2,500 to 5,000
vacant public health positions. With just two
more years of study you can gain unlimited
career options in fast-track positions that are in
high demand.
We offer master and doctoral programs in the
following areas of study:
Biostatistics
Dental Public Health
Environmental Health
Epidemiology
Human Nutrition
Health Behavior and Health Education
Health Management and Policy
Hospital and Molecular Epidemiology
International Health
Toxicology
Stop by our table at the Graduate School Fair
October 29 or visit our web site at
www.sph.umich.edu.

Social Work Day
Thursday, November 5, 1998
3-5 P.M.
Reception immediately following presentation

PENDLETON ROOM
SECOND FLOOR
MICHIGAN UNION

For students interested in learning more about careers in social work,
professors, administrators and students will speak on career opportunities
in social work and University of Michigan degree programs:
Master of Social Work
Ph.D. in Social Work and Social Science

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IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, CALL 764-3309

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS IN ENGINEERING

245 Chrysler Center
2121 Bonisteel Boulevard
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Tel: (734)647-7129
Fax: (734)647-7081

The University of Michigan College of Engineering offers
undergraduate and graduate engineering students
semester/academic year study abroad programs. International
internship opportunities are also available to the engineering
student. Our programs in Europe, Asia, S. America and
Australia help prepare the engineering student for leadership
positions in the global technical environment of the 21st centu-
ry. If you are interested in becoming a "global engineer" please
visit the Office of International Programs in Engineering at the
North Campus and broaden your career opportunities.

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You work hard
on your career.
Make your
education
work for you.

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graduate studies atthe
University of Notre Dame

Fifty doctoral and master's degree programs.
Numerous opportunities for full funding.
American ethnic minorities are encouraged to apply:
Call Assistant Dean Poorman at 219-631-8423.

Programs offered in
Birmingham or Troy:
MA in Advertising
MS in Computer Science
MA in Education
MS in Electrical Engineering
MS in Mechanical Engineering
MS in Telecommunication

MSU on the Web:
www.vu.msu.edu

MS in Security Management
Information Technologies
Services Certificate
Courses in:
Computer Science
Engineering
Nursing
Physics
Psychology
Social Work
.more added every semester

Navigate, email, call, or write-
http://www.nd.edu/~gradsch/
GradAd.1@nd.edu
219-631-7706
Graduate Admissions
University of Notre Dame
210 Hurley Hall
Notre Dame, Indiana
46556-5641

Certificate Programs:
MSU CAD Technologies
Educational Technology
Instructional Design

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Come see us at your Graduate Fair
Thursday, October 29

Call 1 888 MSU IS 4 U

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The world

is turning to information.

That's why employers turn ~to the Uni-

versity of Michigan School of
mation to find top talent.

Infor-

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From archives to the World Wide
Web, from next-generation librarianship
to information economics, SI puts

evelops your intuition about how

things will work in the future, then
helps you employ your new in-
sights in some of the most pro-
gressive organizations in the cor-
porate and nonprofit sectors. Our
innovative Ph.D. program pre-
pares you for a research career
in this growing field.
The information revolution is

you in touch with the training, tools,
and technology you'll need to excel.
Students from diverse academic

School of Information
University of Michigan
734.763.2285

backgrounds - computers, humanities,
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upon us. Prepare yourself to take a lead-

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