Upon graduation from the engineering school, students receive the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree from Carthage and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E.) from the engineering school. The partnering engineering school is Case Western Reserve University: Case School of Engineering.
While at Carthage, engineering students must major in one of the natural sciences, mathematics, or computer science. See program requirements
Compete for one full-tuition and two $22,000 per year math/science scholarships.
Coordinators of Carthage College Dual-Degree Program in Engineering:
Professor of Physics & Astronomy
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Case Western Reserve University
Case School of Engineering
Division of Education and Student Programs Coordinator