Concurrent Degree Program
Five Years, Two Degrees
Pursue diverse interests across college boundaries by integrating a traditional liberal arts education with a more professionally-oriented course of study in the College of Engineering or the College of Architecture, Art & Planning.
The First Step
Make an appointment with Tammy Shapiro. To sign up, stop by the Arts and Sciences Admissions and Advising Office in 172 Goldwin Smith Hall or call 607-255-4833.
Integrating the Liberal Arts and Professional Education
Concurrent Degree Options
Though Concurrent Degree Program undergraduates pursue programs of study in two colleges and earn both a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of Arts and Sciences and one of the following degrees:
- B.S. in Engineering
- B.F.A. in Art
- B.S. in Urban and Regional Studies
Earning two degrees usually requires 10 semesters; the university provides eligible students with financial aid for the entire period.