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Validating a degree from another country

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Validating a degree from another country

Postby Lygia » Wed, 16 Mar 2016 02:10:05 -0500

Hello,

My name is Lygia, I have a degree in civil engineering from a very reputable University in Brazil, I would like to know how to validate this degree in the USA... Would I have to apply for a university and acquire more credits?? how long this extra credits list would be???
Thank you very much,
Lygia
 
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