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
Attend an information session where you will receive more detailed information concerning the application process and degree requirements. Sessions are held four times each semester. 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
- B.S. in History of Architecture
Earning two degrees usually requires 10 semesters; the university provides eligible students with financial aid for the entire period.
172 Goldwin Smith Hall
Thursday, February 6th
Wednesday, March 5th
Tuesday, April 8th
(All meetings are at 4:30 p.m. in 172 Goldwin Smith Hall)