Dual and Combined Degrees
Dual Degree Programs
Those of you who are interested in more than one program offered by the College may want to work on two bachelor’s degrees concurrently. If you are considering working on dual degrees, make an appointment with a ChE Undergraduate advisor and with the program advisor from the respective program listed below.
Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering
MSE Program Advisor: Emmanuelle Marquis, 2146B Dow, 764-8717, firstname.lastname@example.org
A combined degree may be obtained in chemical engineering and materials science and engineering. Chemical engineering students who decide to pursue a second degree in materials science and engineering will take a minimum of 14 additional hours. For more information, please pick up ChE/MSE Dual Degree information in 3146 Dow or visit the ChE web page.
ChE/MSE Sample Schedule (PDF)
Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering
ME Program Advisor: Kristel Oelke or Julie Tashjian, 2380 GG Brown, 764-0863, email@example.com
A combined degree may be obtained in chemical engineering and mechanical engineering. Chemical engineering students who decide to pursue a second degree in mechanical engineering will take a minimum of 14 additional hours. For more information, please pick up ChE/ME Dual Degree information in 3146 Dow or visit the ChE web page.
ChE/ME Sample Schedule (PDF)
Chemical Engineering and Electrical Engineering
EE Program Advisor: Almantas Galvanauskas, 6103 ERB 1, 615-7166, firstname.lastname@example.org
A combined degree may be obtained in chemical engineering and electrical engineering. Because there are many course options for this dual degree, you should an advisor in the ChE Undergraduate Office and Prof. Yagle to discuss an individual program schedule.
Chemical Engineering and any other Engineering Discipline
An advisor in the ChE Undergraduate Program Office would be happy to discuss other dual degrees, based on your area of interest, and help you prepare a program of study.
Combined Degree Programs
You can also pursue simultaneous Bachelor’s Degrees from the College of Engineering and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. General requirements for a combined degree with LSA are described fully in the CoE Bulletin under Combined Degree Requirements.
Candidates for a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in LS&A must:
- satisfy the requirements of one of the degree programs in the College of Engineering
- take a minimum of 90 credit hours of work in LS&A, satisfy the distribution requirements of LS&A, and fulfill the concentration requirements for one of the LS&A programs; and
- have a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
If you are considering pursuing simultaneous degrees in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, please make appointments with an advisor in the ChE Undergraduate Program Advisor and a chemistry advisor.