3U Master of Engineering in Healthcare Technologies

| June 26, 2015

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This exciting new programme will produce engineers capable of designing and developing electronic devices and systems for the medical and healthcare communities. These individuals will become flexible technologists who can work within the health services, hospitals and indigenous and international companies, providing products and services to frontline medical and healthcare providers.

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Alexander Metals

Alexander Metals, Inc. is a privately owned subcontractor headquartered in Nashville, TN specializing in the promotion, sales, and installation of commercial glass and architectural products. Since 1992, Alexander Metals, Inc. has grown steadily and is annually named in Glass Magazine as one of the nations Top 50 Glaziers.

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