Dual Degree Engineering Transfer Program
The dual degree engineering transfer program offers students the opportunity to earn both a degree in physics from Salisbury University and an engineering degree from an ABET accredited engineering program. Under the program, a student normally attends SU for three years and an engineering school for two years. While at SU, a student must complete a minimum of 90 credit hours including all required General Education courses, the physics core, and appropriate engineering courses. The dual degree engineering student must apply for admission and be accepted to an ABET accredited engineering program. An additional 30 hours, including at least 15 hours in engineering or related courses, must be completed at the receiving institution and be transferred to SU to receive a physics baccalaureate degree from SU. To receive an engineering degree, additional coursework must be completed at the receiving institution according to the requirements of the engineering school attended.
The courses at Salisbury University that are required for the dual degree engineering transfer program are described in this catalog with other programs offered by the Physics Department in the Richard A. Henson School of Science and Technology.
For further information on our Engineering degree programs please contact our Engineering Coordinator, Dr. Mark Muller, Associate Professor of Physics [email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 410-677-0023].