This innovative program allows students to benefit from both a Jesuit, liberal arts education at Creighton University and a technical education in Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. Program participants spend three years at Creighton, developing the creativity, communication, and problem-solving skills renowned in a liberal arts education, before completing the additional two years of study in Engineering at Washington University.
Graduates will earn both a B.S. in Physics from Creighton and a B.S. in Engineering from Washington University. The Engineering degree can provide the technical skills necessary to analyze and solve many of the real-world problems that face civilization today while the Creighton degree, with the strong emphasis on Liberal Arts, will provide the ‘soft’ skills that are necessary for success in the modern work environment.
Engineering Concentrations at Washington University:
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Systems Science and Engineering
For more information about Washington University’s dual degree program with Creighton University please visit Washington University’s Dual Degree Program Website.