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Dual-Degree Engineering Programs

3-2 or 4-2 dual-engineering/liberal arts degrees allow students to emerge with a B.A in a liberal arts field as well as with a B.S. in engineering. Most of the schools on our list of dual-degree engineering programs are highly-selective universities. The engineering departments of each of the schools on the list partner with a number of other institutions, allowing undergraduates who complete liberal arts coursework at affiliated colleges to then enroll in these prestigious engineering programs. At Columbia University, for example, students at over 100 affiliated schools can pursue the 3-2 plan simply by meeting a rigorous set of academic criteria. Below you will find the engineering schools that offer dual-degree programs as well as the number of and names of partnering institutions.

Sponsoring InstitutionAffilliated CollegesNo. (#) of Affiliated Colleges
California Institute of TechnologyClick here for list13
Case Western Reserve UniversityClick here for list55
Columbia UniversityClick here for list108
Dartmouth CollegeClick here for list20
Georgia Institute of TechnologyClick here for list19
Penn State UniversityClick here for list16
Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteClick here for list45
Washington University in St. LouisClick here for list91

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