The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute

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The Encyclopedia Americana
Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute
Edition of 1920. See also Polytechnic Institute of New York University on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

BROOKLYN POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, an institution founded in 1835, which gives college preparatory training and a college engineering course. The latter course is given during the day and evening and affords a training for engineers and chemists. Certificates from the accredited schools are accepted for admission. Degrees are given in chemistry, chemical, mechanical, civil and electrical engineering. A graduate department is also maintained. The faculty consists of 14 professors and 27 instructors and assistants.