Students interested in engineering have three options:
- They may elect the 3/2 program, which consists of the first three years at John Carroll as a science major followed by two years at Case Western Reserve University. Successful completion of the 3/2 program leads to two bachelor’s degrees: a B.S. from John Carroll and a bachelor’s in engineering from Case Western Reserve University. For more information, visit the Dual Degree Program page on the Case School of Engineering website.
- They may complete the B.S. in chemistry (ordinarily following the chemical physics concentration) and then enter an engineering school for a further degree. It would typically require a total of six years to obtain a B.S. from John Carroll and an M.S. from another institution.
- They may choose to complete two years of pre-engineering at John Carroll and then transfer to an engineering school to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering.
Please contact the Chemistry Pre-Engineering Advisor, Mike Setter, Ph.D. for more information.