Engineering Physics major at the Westminster College New Wilmington has also partnered with Case Western Reserve University to offer a 3-2 Dual Degree program in Engineering. In the 3-2 program, students spend three years at Westminster and two years at the Case School of Engineering.
In the end, students earn two bachelor’s degrees in five years: a B.S. in engineering physics from Westminster and a B.S. in Engineering from Case Western Reserve. The advantage of attending Westminster first are the small class sizes, ready access to faculty, and close collaboration with faculty typically not available to undergraduate students at larger universities.
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Rolling Admission begins after December 15th; with notification on a rolling basis as soon as materials are received.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
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