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Pre-Engineering

Last updated October 06, 2016

Engineering schools have generally encouraged students to pursue the first 2-3 years of their engineering program at a liberal arts college where the student can receive the direct faculty attention that is often critical in the intense, beginning engineering courses.  A dual degree program is available from a variety of institutions.  For details, contact the chair of the Mathematical Sciences Dept.

Understanding your undergraduate path:

Engineering Physics is a four-year program for students interested in working at the boundary between science and engineering. Graduates have the skills right out of college to take jobs in small- to medium-scale industry. Or graduates have the option to go on to graduate school for a variety of areas: applied science, engineering, medicine, architecture and law.

See Suggested 4 Year Plan by Major --click on appropriate academic year, then search under "Mathematical Sciences"

Engineering Science is a dual-degree program that requires two to three years at Morningside and two to three years at another institution to study a specific branch of engineering such as mechanical, electrical or aerospace. Students receive two degrees — one from each school — at the completion of this program.

See Suggested 4 Year Plan by Major --click on appropriate academic year, then search under "Mathematical Sciences"

Additional Resources:

Career Services – Graduate School Information

Engineering Courses at Morningside College