In a society faced with increasingly complex technological and humanistic problems, a liberal arts education contributes to the development of engineers.
Partnering with Columbia University in New York and Washington University in St. Louis, Davidson offers cooperative dual degree engineering programs, as well as co-curricular opportunities for students to dive into their engineering interests in the larger community.
In addition to one-on-one advising, students interested in engineering have access to:
- hands-on research opportunities with real world connections to engineering
- turnkey engineering independent studies with pre-made curricula, problem sets and more
- state-of-the-art facilities including the physics department machine shop, Studio M makerspace and quality instrumentation
For additional information, please contact our Dual-Degree Liaison, Prof. John Yukich.