Engineering Dual Degree Program
York University partners with several other universities to offer students a Dual Degree (3/2) in Engineering.
In this program, a student completes three years at YU, obtaining requisite credits in science, math, computer science, and general electives. The student then transfers to a partnering school to complete the final two years of the program with focused courses in engineering.
Student completing the dual degree program graduate with two bachelor’s degrees: a bachelor of science in natural science from York University and an engineering degree from the second university.
The partner schools will offer a variety of engineering specializations including:
York University partners with the following universities:
According to Washington University in St. Louis, graduates of the Dual Degree program are highly sought after, as they are "liberally educated engineers." Unlike some traditional engineering graduates, Dual Degree students possess strong communication and problem-solving skills, and a broad background in the humanities and social sciences, as well as high-quality technical education.
University of North Dakota offers coursework through distance education. This allows students to complete both degrees from the York campus. Students will need to travel to North Dakota during one summer to complete required labs. The expected time to complete a dual degree program is five years.
- Introduction to Engineering
- College Chemistry I/II
- Introductory Physics I/II
- Modern Physics
- Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry I/II
- Analytical Geometry & Calculus I/II/III
- Elements of Statistics
- Differential Equations
- Linear Algebra