Meredith College’s Dual Degree Engineering Program is now offering students the option to study Aerospace Engineering.
The Dual Degree Engineering Program is an agreement between Meredith College and NC State through which students simultaneously complete the academic requirements of both institutions. Students in this program earn two degrees in five years.
At Meredith, students choose between earning a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry, computer science, or mathematics while earning a Bachelor of Science from NC State in one of several disciplines. The Aerospace Engineering discipline is a new option for Dual Degree students earning a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from Meredith.
The Dual Degree Engineering Program agreement between Meredith and NC State was established in 2005.
Meredith’s commitment to educating, supporting, and promoting women as leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics prepares graduates to make an impact in the professional field. Alumnae of the dual degree engineering program have gone on to accept engineering positions in a variety of organizations including Duke Energy, Evonik Corporation, GE Aviation, Accenture, IBM, and more.