These specialized degree programs provide you the opportunity to take a rigorous course of study in mathematics and the physical sciences to prepare you for advanced engineering studies. There are two tracks to choose from: a 3+2 program dual degree or a 4+1 accelerated masters.
3+2 Dual-Degree Engineering
Spend 3 years at Northland and 2 at the Washington University in St. Louis for bachelor of science degrees from both institutions. Take three years of pre-engineering course work at Northland. Then focus two additional years in fields like biomedical, chemical, computer, electrical, or mechanical engineering, or computer science. By following the dual-degree engineering track, you will get your Northland degree when your University of Washington program is completed.
4+1 Accelerated Masters in Environmental Engineering Science
Compete 4 years at Northland, then the 1-year program in environmental engineering at Michigan Technology University in Houghton, Michigan. The accelerated program offers a fast-track option to your master’s degree at one of the country’s best-regarded engineering schools and the chance to specialize in groundwater, surface water, waste management, geosciences, air quality, and fluid dynamics. This track is available to students pursuing courses in the pre-engineering track or majoring in water science, chemistry, biology, math, or meteorology, along with the supplemental pre-engineering courses.