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January 18th, 2006

Nanotechnology degree being proposed for OKCCC

The study of tiny objects is making a huge difference in today's high-tech society. Engineering Professor Greg Holland said the field of nanotechnology is growing quickly and OKCCC is planning to offer a degree program for nanotechnology technicians in the future. Holland said a two-year degree program in nanotechnology will be proposed to the College Regents in June 2007 with the program to start in the fall of 2007.


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