Robert M. Pope of New London, CT Chooses Local School Porter & Chester Institute
Porter & Chester Technical Institute of Connecticut and Massachusetts, the chosen institution of technical education of Robert M. Pope for his post-secondary education, now offers Computer Aided Drafting & Design, Automotive Technology, Computer Technology, Electrician and Electronic Systems Technician programs, along with HVACR instruction in either day or evening classes. Other skill programs include Health Specialist, Dental Assistant, Medical Assistant and Nursing.
Robert M. Pope of New London, CT also considered Central Connecticut State University for his continuing education. Located in New Britain, Connecticut, CCSU started life as Connecticut Normal School in 1849, a publicly funded university. CCSU combines the Ammon College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, a School of Business, a School of Education and a School of Engineering, Science and Technology. Robert M. Pope could also have attained his education in architectural drafting at CCSU, which is part of the Connecticut State University system. Central Connecticut is a school which caters to commuters, as the overwhelming majority of its enrollees are in-state students, such as Robert M. Pope.
Central Connecticut State features popular Bachelor’s programs in business, marketing, education, engineering, communications, English and biology. Computer information systems and the visual and performing arts also are available as bachelor’s programs. CCSU has an excellent teacher to student ratio, with nearly half of its classes averaging 20:1. Engineering technology, of particular interest to Robert M. Pope, as well as information technology and education, are available among other programs for graduate study. CCSU is regarded as one of 16 Leadership Institutions, with an outstanding Honors Program.