Rensselaer at Hartford

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Template:Infobox University Rensselaer at Hartford is the Hartford, CT branch of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of Troy, NY. It was founded in 1955 and was known as the Hartford Graduate Center until 1997. The primary focus of the institution is to offer graduate level education for working professionals. Around 800-900 students attend the school annually at the Hartford center and at the smaller Groton, CT regional distance learning center.


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The Hartford Campus

The main Hartford center is has a 14-acre landscaped campus readily accessible from both Interstates 84 and 91. The center of the campus contains the main building, the "Tower Building" which contains about 30 classrooms, each seating 10-50 persons.<ref>The Tower Building</ref> Adjacent to the Tower Building is "Seminar Hall", with additional classrooms and a small auditorium. The school has its own library, the Cole Library, but students can request books from Rensselaer's other libraries on the main campus <ref>The Cole Library</ref>. The Groton regional center is smaller, and most students go there for distance learning, although professors often visit. Rensselaer also operates a small site in Malta, New York for nuclear training, at the Navy nuclear sub facility located there.<ref>The Malta Center</ref>


Rensselaer at Hartford offers graduate programs the Business Administration, Management, Computer Science, Computer and Systems Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering, and Information Technology. Specialized programs include the Dual Master’s Degrees, the Weekend MBA, the Weekend M.S., and the Executive Master’s Program, as well as several graduate certificates in Bioinformatics, Computer and Information Sciences, and Engineering.<ref>Academics</ref>

There are also training programs and workshops for professionals, in the areas of Information Technology, Leadership and Executive Development, Quality, and Technical and Professional Development.



See also

External links

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Pages shamelessly copied over from Wikipedia)


Rensselaer at HartfordLally School of Management & TechnologyComputational Center for Nanotechnology

Student Life

PeopleFraternities and SororitiesGrand MarshalsRPI Pep BandRPI SongsWRPIRPI TV


Amos Eaton HallCarnegie BuildingCenter for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary StudiesChapel + Cultural Center at RensselaerEMPACFolsom Library Greene BuildingHirsch ObservatoryHouston Field HouseJonsson Engineering CenterLow Center for Industrial Innovation