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The 3-2 Engineering Physics program allows students to obtain both a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering at one of our partner institutions. Students spend three years at Saint Anselm College, completing the first three years of the BS Physics major and developing a strong liberal arts background. Students then move to a partner institution where they complete their engineering requirements. Engineering disciplines include biomedical, chemical, environmental, nuclear, civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, and plastics.
- The Catholic University of America
- University of Massachusetts Lowell
- University of Notre Dame
In consultation with the Dean, the Chair of the Physics Department, and the student’s advisor, a student may also pursue completion of the program with a non-official partner school. However, admission to those schools is not guaranteed as there is no official agreement in place between the schools. Note that different partner institutes have different requirements that must be met for admission to their program. Further questions can be directed to a student’s advisor or the Chair of the Physics Department.