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University of Hartford



About Us

The University of Hartford is an independent, comprehensive institution of higher education, offering 86 undergraduate majors and 57 graduate degree programs in its nine schools and colleges. The institution, chartered as a university in 1957, dates back to 1877, when the first of its original three schools was founded. The University is located on a spacious and scenic 320-acre wooded campus, at the point where Hartford, Bloomfield and West Hartford intersect. The University of Hartford has a strong tradition of serving as a resource to the region's business community and to the people of Greater Hartford. Some examples are: The Engineering Applications Center at the University's College of Engineering is a vehicle for collaboration between the University and industry in the conduct of applied research involving students, faculty and staff. The center's commitment to assist industry and other affiliates has continued to remain at the forefront of our industry research program. The Center provides the opportunity for local business and industry to apply new technologies to their products and processes through application projects, demonstrations, consulting, short courses, symposia and forums in a wide range of current interest areas. The Engineering Applications Center not only provides a resource to industry for technology transfers, it also contributes to the quality of engineering education at the College of Engineering by involving students in various projects. The Interactive Information Technology (IIT) program of study at the University opens up to students the wide