Engineering (3/2 Program)
3/2 Engineering Program at Waynesburg University
Waynesburg University, in conjunction with a number of Cooperating University Schools of Engineering offers five-year (3-2) engineering programs. Depending on the offerings of the cooperating universities, engineering programs are available in:
- Aerospace engineering
- Engineering and public policy
- Environmental engineering
- Industrial engineering
- Nuclear engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Metallurgy & materials science
Students work in the Waynesburg University environment for three years where close personal attention is provided. Upon satisfactory completion of the Waynesburg program and recommendation by our Engineering Advisory Committee, students move directly to a cooperating university for two years of engineering courses. After successful completion of the program, students receive a Bachelor of Science degree from Waynesburg University and an Engineering degree from the cooperating university.
The Waynesburg University portion of the program can be completed through:
- Engineering – Three/Two Program (Chemistry Major)
- Engineering – Three/Two Program (Mathematics Major)
Engineering – Three/Two Program (Chemistry Major)
The Waynesburg University chemistry major is approved by the American Chemical Society (ACS) for professional training in chemistry. The program provides students with a strong foundation of modern theory and laboratory skills for chemistry options in engineering. Students are also prepared for advanced study in chemistry or medicine.
Engineering – Three/Two Program (Mathematics Major)
Our program gives students a solid foundation in theoretical and applied mathematics, providing the skills necessary for a successful and productive career in a variety of settings. Students also study basic concepts of logic and intermediate levels of computer science. Waynesburg University engineering, mathematics, students are prepared to complete engineering coursework in competitive programs.
Cooperating universities include:
- Case Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio
- Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.
- Penn State University in State College, Pa.
Taught by a cross disciplinary team of professors from multiple disciplines.