Engineering Three-Two Program (Dual Degree)

The student completes three years (96 hours), which includes the courses listed in the Two-Two Program of study and the MSU bachelor's degree requirements before transferring to an engineering college to complete the final two years of specialty. Upon completing work at both schools, the student receives dual degrees: a Bachelor of Science from Morehead State University and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the college of engineering.

Each 3-2 student must choose either the applied physics major and a minor, or one of the following areas of concentration: engineering physics (mechanical or electrical) or computational physics.  In addition, the student must complete all MSU general education requirements prior to transfer.  Students wishing to complete the 3-2 program should work with the pre-engineering advisor to choose the appropriate major/minor or area of concentration to ensure that the requirements for both degrees are met.

Many employers of engineers are interested in dual-degree graduates because of their stronger science and mathematics problem solving skills, their better communication skills, and their broader liberal arts training. Dual degree holders are better prepared to solve unusual engineering problems and to deal with the ethical and social impact of engineering activities.