Carthage students pursuing a career in engineering can attend Carthage for three years and, upon successful completion of the required courses listed below with certain GPA conditions, are assured admission into an engineering program at one of two prominent engineering schools for completion of the final four to five semesters of what is typically a five-year program.

Upon graduation from the engineering school, students receive a Bachelor of Arts degree from Carthage and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree from either Case Western Reserve University or Washington University in St. Louis.

While at Carthage, dual-degree pre-engineering students must major in one of the natural sciences, mathematics, or computer science. Current students should follow the official College Catalog from the year they entered Carthage, and work with their advisors and the department chair to ensure all requirements are met.


Required courses for admission to Case Western and WashU

  • Chemistry 1010 General Chemistry I
  • Chemistry 1020 General Chemistry II
  • Computer Science 1810 Principles of Computer Science I
  • Mathematics 1120 Calculus I
  • Mathematics 1220 Calculus II
  • Mathematics 2020 Differential Equations
  • Mathematics 2120 Multivariate Calculus
  • Physics 2200 General Physics I
  • Physics 2210 General Physics II

See other suggested courses for this program


More Information

For more information about Carthage’s engineering dual-degree program, please contact:

Jean Quashnock
Professor of Physics & Astronomy
jmq@carthage.edu
262-551-5391

Haley Yaple
Associate Professor of Mathematics
hyaple@carthage.edu
262-551-5897

Debbie Fatica
Division of Education and Student Programs Coordinator
Case Western Reserve University: Case School of Engineering
dxf3@case.edu
Visit the Case School of Engineering’s website

Scott Crawford
Assistant Dean, Engineering Dual-Degree Program
Washington University at St. Louis: James McKelvey School of Engineering
scrawford@wustl.edu
Visit the James McKelvey School of Engineering’s website