SELINSGROVE, Pa. —Students are now able to earn a bachelor’s degree from Susquehanna University and a bachelor’s or master’s degree in engineering from one of three top-50 universities in the U.S.
Susquehanna has launched two new dual degree programs with Washington University in St. Louis and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Susquehanna already offers a cooperative engineering program with Columbia University.
“Our cooperative programs with Columbia, WashU and Case Western give our students a range of opportunities in multiple areas of engineering,” said Samya Zain, associate professor and chair of the Department of Physics at Susquehanna.
“Students taking advantage of these opportunities will receive the unique combination of a liberal arts and sciences education and an engineering degree from one of three of the leading universities in the country. It’s a coupling that will ensure they stand out in a highly competitive workplace.”
Through these dual-degree programs, students can earn a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree from Susquehanna, followed by a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from WashU, Case Western Reserve or Columbia in just five years. Students can also choose to complete a master’s degree in an additional year.