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DUNWOODY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY LAUNCHES FIVE YEAR BACHELORS DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE

Leading Technical College Rolls Out More Stackable Courses Dunwoody College of Technology, one of the country’s longest running technical colleges, is to begin graduating bachelor degree students in Architecture. The announcement follows approval from the Higher Learning Commission and comes as part of Dunwoody’s plans to expand their selection of stackable education programs. Dunwoody also […]

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Dunwoody was featured on “Life to the Max” May 17

Mike Max took a tour of Dunwoody College through its 100 years of history to the present day for his Life to the Max TV Show that highlights stories of perseverance, tenacity and winning attitudes. If you missed the episode that aired on May 17, you can watch it at http://lifetothemax.tv/index.php/2014-archives/551-show-189-the-dunwoody-difference  Mike Max takes a tour […]

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Computer Technology adds evening program in Web Development

Starting fall 2014 Web Development will be offered as an evening program at Dunwoody College. The Web Development program provides graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge to design, create and maintain websites that are well-coded, efficient, aesthetically pleasing, useful, data-driven and user-friendly. According to Principal Instructor Kevin Wendt, many potential students first question is “can […]

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Design & Graphics Technology’s new iGen4 Diamond Edition digital press

DUNWOODY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS WITH MOTG – A XEROX COMPANY TO BRING HIGH-END DIGITAL PRINTING TO ITS DESIGN & GRAPHICS TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS  New Xerox iGen4 Press puts Dunwoody at the cutting edge of graphics arts education Minneapolis, MN–Dunwoody College of Technology has demonstrated its commitment to serving the needs of the graphics and printing […]

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Pre-Media Technologies students design mural for Interior Design hallway

Pre-Media Technologies students designed and printed a new mural now on display outside the Interior Design classrooms. Before the start of spring 2014 semester Interior Design Program Manager Colleen Schmaltz approached Pre-Media Technologies Instructor Shelly Fitterer about creating a mural to display her students’ interior design work. Fitterer said Schmaltz’s request came at the perfect […]

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RDO Integrated Controls supplies Topcon equipment to Surveying & Civil Engineering Technology Program

Dunwoody’s Surveying & Civil Engineering Technology students are using state-of-the-art Topcon equipment thanks to RDO Integrated Controls. RDO Integrated Controls provided the program with four Topcon HiPer SR GNSS receivers and Telsa data collectors with Magnet software at a low cost rental for the school year.  The HiPer SR is a Global Navigation Satellite System […]

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Architectural Drafting & Design students win Hole Design trophy at Skyway Open

The golf hole Dunwoody Architectural Drafting & Design students designed and built won the award for 2014 Top Hole Design at the eighth annual U.S. Bank Skyway Open Feb. 21-23.   —————————————————-Architectural Drafting & Design students design golf hole for Skyway Open The golf hole Dunwoody’s Architectural Drafting & Design students designed and built will […]

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Surveying & Civil Engineering Technology now offered during the day

Starting in August 2014 Surveying & Civil Engineering Technology will be offered as a daytime program at Dunwoody College. The program has been offered at Dunwoody since the early 1920s, but starting in 2001 classes only became available in the evenings. Surveying & Civil Engineering Technology Principal Instructor Kelly Ness says the switch to days will […]