Dual-degree engineering partnership
A dual-degree agreement signed by Emporia State University and Wichita State University creates a “pathway of success” for students of both institutions.
Under the agreement, students who choose the “3+2” program will spend three years taking courses at Emporia State University before transferring to Wichita State for two more years of study in the College of Engineering. At the end, students will have earned bachelor of science degrees in mathematics or physics from Emporia State and bachelor of science degrees in aerospace engineering, electrical engineering, industrial/manufacturing engineering, mechanical engineering or engineering technology (renewable energy option) from Wichita State.
“The 3+2 program makes good use of the resources and strengths that Emporia State and Wichita State bring to bear and the distinctive experiences available on each campus,” said David Cordle, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Emporia State.