B.A. Physics or Chemistry + B.S. Engineering
Engineering Dual Degree Overview
For nearly half a century, Greenville College has offered an Engineering dual degree program through partnerships with two of the best engineering schools in the nation: the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and Washington University in St. Louis.
The Engineering Dual Degree Partnership results in 2 degrees: a bachelor of arts in physics or chemistry from GC and a bachelor of science in engineering from a partnership school. Our Engineering dual degree students have seen great success at two of the best engineering schools in the country, with 98% of students successfully completing their engineering degree with our university partners.
How The Engineering Dual Degree Partnership Works
With the dual degree partnership, you’ll receive a high-quality education in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with an emphasis on Greenville College values such as spiritual development, global awareness, Christian character and service, and creative and critical thinking. You will spend three years immersed in STEM courses at Greenville College while rounding out your education with courses like literature, psychology and religion. Successful completion of Greenville’s program, with an appropriate GPA, guarantees admission to Washington University St. Louis or University of Illinois for the remaining two years.
The Engineering Dual Degree Partnership Offers:
- Early access to advanced instrumentation and research opportunities
- Individual attention from professors who strive to impart knowledge as well as passion in their students
- Liberal arts education with courses like literature, history, communications, religion and philosophy
- Student activities like athletics, music, theater, student government, campus ministries, mission trips, and more!
Opportunities for Engineering Dual Degree Graduates
The Greenville College Engineering Dual Degree program leads to nationally and internationally recognized engineering degrees in:
- Aerospace Engineering
- Agricultural Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Physics
- General Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Materials Science Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Systems Science & Engineering
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Last updated February 5, 2018