Category Archives: Engineering Drafting & Design

New Study: Nursing, Accounting, Mechanical Engineering Among Highest Paying Majors

Nursing, accounting and mechanical engineering are among the top 50 highest paying college majors, according to a recent study by Glassdoor. Glassdoor analyzed nearly 500,000 resumes and the median base salary from each major for the first five years of being in the workforce. “With approximately 70 percent of American high school graduates enrolling in
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MSB Partners with High School for Drafting and Design Workshop

Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth (MSB) hosted their first ever Drafting and Design Workshop. A total of 29 high school students from Armstrong and Glencoe-Silver High school participated in this event. Recently, High School Representative Libby Fishbein noticed many students seemed interested in the Drafting and Design program, a program that MSB-Plymouth doesn’t offer, but its
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NTI School of Technology Drafting and Design Job Fair at Woodbury Campus was a Success!

Thank you to all the employers who were a part of our first job fair at the new campus in Woodbury!  We appreciate the employers who continue to partner with NTI School of Technology through the many years, moving from Eden Prairie, then Eagan, and now to our beautiful Globe campus in Woodbury.   Companies from
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5 Engineering Facts about the USS Missouri Battleship: Leading Lady of Universal Studios Movie “Battleship”

The movie “Battleship” comes out on DVD today.  The star and namesake of this movie is the USS Missouri or the Mighty Missouri battleship.  It is the last Iowa class battleship to be made.  She served well in many battles, and is most well-known because the Japanese surrendered at the end of WWII on its
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Made in the USA: Part II

The next day of our three day long field trip earlier this month began with a trip to the design facilities of Kuryakn makers of accessories for Harley-Davidson, Honda Gold wing and Metric motorcycles, in Somerset, Wisconsin.  Even though many at the company were attending the Sturgis bike rally, our students still had a great
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Globe University Offers New Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology

Globe’s degree in mechanical engineering technology is a chance for students to gain practical knowledge in engineering drafting, solid modeling, stress analysis, manufacturing processes, and overall mechanical design. Globe University’s Woodbury, Minn. campus is enrolling students in its new Bachelor’s of Science Mechanical Engineering Technology program. The degree is a product of Globe’s merger with
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Made in the USA: Part I

Last week the engineering drafting students at NTI went on a whirlwind tour of manufacturing companies in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin.  Over three days we covered 450 miles while traveling to 10 companies in Red Wing, Faribault, Somerset, Wyoming and St. Cloud.  It was an encouraging look at the strength of many local manufacturing  –
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