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DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM

Major Overview
The Dual Degrees Engineering Programs offered with the University of Dayton and the University of Cincinnati (U.C.) allow a student to earn two bachelor’s degrees in five years. Students complete over three-fourths of their requirements towards a B.S. degree at Wilberforce University, then attend U.D. or U.C. for two years of intensive course work in engineering. They are awarded degrees in both comprehensive science or mathematics and engineering upon completion of the program.

The student will be in residence at Wilberforce University for the first three years. The curriculum is designed to provide required course work for a comprehensive science or mathematics degree during these years and, at the same time provide the basic science, mathematics, and preliminary engineering courses prerequisite to the final two years of engineering study at U.D./U.C.

The student earns bachelor degree from U.D. or U.C. either in Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering.

Faculty:
Dr Edward Asikele, PhD, P.E. (937) 708 5657 easikele@wilberforce.edu

Dual Degree Programs:
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering.

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