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Students participating in the engineering degree partnership complete their four-year bachelor's degree — in physics, computer science, chemistry, or biology — at Le Moyne, while taking engineering courses at Syracuse University at no additional cost.
Students interested in pursuing careers in engineering at Le Moyne join our Bachelor's + Master's dual-degree partnership with the College of Engineering & Computer Science at Syracuse University. Concentrations in chemical, computer, civil, environmental, electrical, mechanical, aerospace, and biological engineering are available.
Students participating in the engineering degree partnership complete their four-year bachelor's degree — in physics, computer science, chemistry, or biology, as appropriate — at Le Moyne, while taking engineering courses at Syracuse University at no additional cost. Students who complete these pre-engineering concentrations in good standing (including maintaining a 3.0 GPA, both overall and in their science and engineering courses) are pre-admitted to the appropriate master's degree program at Syracuse University and receive a 50% tuition waiver, typically completing their master's degree in an additional three semesters. Students in this innovative partnership earn both a bachelor's degree from Le Moyne and a master's degree in engineering from Syracuse University in just one semester more than it takes students in traditional 3+2 engineering programs to earn two bachelor's degrees.
Le Moyne also has staff dedicated to placing interested engineering students in internships. The Syracuse area enjoys a high density of high-tech employers, creating many opportunities for exciting engineering internships. In fact, many Le Moyne students are now employed by the companies they interned with as undergraduates!
With a strong liberal-arts background, a Le Moyne educated pre-engineering student graduates with writing and communication skills as strong as their engineering preparation.
Detailed program guides for all pre-engineering tracks can be found here. A brochure describing the partnership can be found here.
If you would like to learn more about courses, requirements, and opportunities for Engineering, please see the Le Moyne College catalog.
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The Engineering Club
The Engineering Club is designed to bring students together who have an interest in the Engineering field. We strive to promote interest in Engineering, build student relationships, and make Le Moyne’s growing Engineering program more visible to the outside world. As a club we take part in multiple service events, tours of local engineering companies, and co-sponsor with the Physics Club a club trip each year to major science and engineering-related attractions.
The Maker Zone
The Le Moyne Maker Zone is a student run STEAM community that focuses on emerging tech, leadership, & entrepreneurship geared towards creating more well-rounded & experienced graduates. They work together to learn, go on trips, and make cool stuff!
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Le Moyne has partnered with Syracuse University to create a range of innovative dual-degree bachelor’s + master’s engineering tracks.
Dr. Stamatios Kyrkos
Coyne Science Center 117Engineering ProgramLe Moyne College1419 Salt Springs RoadSyracuse, NY 13214
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