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  Nov 24, 2017
 
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A Cooperative 3+2 Program with The University of Notre Dame

Program Director:

Ralph J. Bravaco
Office: Stanger hall 304
Phone: 508-565-1077
rbavaco@stonehill.edu

Stonehill College and The University of Notre Dame offer a five-year dual degree program in science and engineering. Students enrolled in the program matriculate for three years at Stonehill College and then transfer to The University of Notre Dame for two years. Those who complete the program receive two degrees: A bachelor’s degree in one of the sciences from Stonehill College and a second bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline from The University of Notre Dame.

To transfer to Notre Dame a student must maintain a 3.3 grade-point average and have the recommendations of the Program Director at Stonehill College and the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Engineering at The University of Notre Dame

Students may choose one of the following degree combinations:

  • B.A. in Chemistry/ B.S. in Chemical Engineering. See here  for details.
  • B.A. in Computer Science/B.S. in Computer Engineering. See here  for details.
  • B.S. in Environmental Science/B.S. in Environmental Engineering. See here  for details.
  • B.A. in Physics/ B.S. in Aerospace Engineering. See here  for details.
  • B.A. in Physics/ B.S. in Civil Engineering. See here  for details.
  • B.A. in Physics/ B.S. in Electrical Engineering. See here  for details.
  • B.A. in Physics/ B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. See here  for details.

Students in this program will also complete the General Education requirements of Stonehill College.

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