Washington University in St. Louis is one of Northland’s engineering partners. Students who opt for this specialized engineering program spend three years at Northland, two additional years of training for an engineering discipline at Washington University, and graduate with two BS degrees.
Ron Laue, the senior assistant dean of Washington University, will provide a presentation for Northland students who would like to learn more and ask questions about how this specialized program works.
- An overview of the dual degree engineering program at Washington University
- What coursework and experiences you’ll complete once there, and engineering job prospects
- An overview of program options students can decide from, including:
- Data science (new)
- Construction management (new Master’s program)
- Biomedical engineering
- Chemical engineering
- Computer engineering
- Electrical engineering
- Environmental engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Computer science
- Systems science and engineering
This event takes place in room 156 of the Larson-Juhl Center for Science and the Environment.
For any questions about this event and engineering choices at Northland College, contact Professor Young Kim—firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-682-1346.