Learn More about Dual-Degree Engineering at Westminster

Westminster College’s dual degree engineering program is attractive alternative to a traditional engineering degree, combining the best of a liberal arts education at a small intimate college with the facilities and recognition of a large well-known university.

Students spend 3-4 years at Westminster building a strong foundation in humanities, communication, and problem-solving skills, and then complete their engineering studies at one of Westminster’s partner institutions: Washington University in St. Louis or Missouri S&T in Rolla.

After approximately five years, students will have earned two degrees: a Bachelor of Arts from Westminster and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.

Attend an information session with a representative from Washington University to learn more:

Dual Degree Engineering Program
Information Session
Tom Evola
Wash U School of Engineering Representative for Westminster College

Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Coulter Science Center 114

In this session, Tom Evola, Westminster’s Dual Degree representative at Wash U, will be sharing information and answering questions about the program. Pizza lunch will be provided.

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