Engineering is a discipline that solves people's problems by using science, creativity, and experience. The products of engineering are all around us—roads and bridges, the space shuttle, and the computer you are using to read this text. The dual-degree engineering program combines the strengths of a liberal arts education and specialization in a field of engineering, with stronger training in basic science and a broad education including communication skills. Students in the program spend three years at W&J and two years at an engineering school. Upon completion, they receive a bachelor of arts degree from W&J and a bachelor of science degree in an engineering field from the partner school. Partner schools include Columbia University, Washington University in St. Louis and Case Western Reserve University.
For more information, contact Professor Joel Cannon.