Stonehill College offers an Engineering Program in collaboration with The University of Notre Dame. Students in this 3+2 Engineering Program with the University of Notre Dame receive a B.A. in Chemistry from Stonehill College and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.
Students in this program typically complete the following courses:
1 Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement of the Cornerstone Program. 2 Fulfills the Statistical Reasoning requirement of the Cornerstone Program. 3 Could also take the spring semester of Junior year. 4 CHM 447 and CHM 448 are required to be taken in the junior year to satisfy the Capstone Experience requirement of the Cornerstone Program. One pass/fail credit is obtained in the second semester of the junior year.
General Education Requirements
In addition to the courses above, students must also fulfill the Cornerstone requirements of Stonehill College before transferring to The University of Notre Dame.
Course work taken in the first year at The University of Notre Dame fulfill the senior capstone requirement of the Stonehill major.