Marietta’s Engineering Dual Degree Program allows you to combine a liberal arts education with an engineering focus, opening up countless employment opportunities following graduation. Today’s employers regularly state the need for broadly educated employees with the kind of communication, critical thinking and problem-solving skills that are the hallmark of a Marietta education.
The program is typically completed as a 3-2 sequence: three years at Marietta College and two years at Case Western Reserve University, Columbia University, Washington University in St. Louis or West Virginia University. In completing the program, you will earn a BS in applied physics, mathematics, chemistry or biology from Marietta and an engineering degree from the engineering partner school.
This attractive option enables you to begin your academic career with a solid foundation because of the attention you will receive in Marietta’s smaller classes and labs. We also have a world-class Petroleum Engineering program, which allows us to offer general engineering and science courses that other liberal arts colleges can’t.