Students who have attended one of 50 select liberal arts colleges in the United States and Puerto Rico, with whom Case Western Reserve has a 3-2 agreement (three years at a liberal arts school and two years at the Case School of Engineering) and have been admitted to the dual degree program should follow the procedures for registration with the following considerations:
- Dual degree students are not required to participate in SAGES (First Seminar and University Seminars).
- Dual degree students who have met the requirements of the program and the requirements at their liberal arts colleges will need to complete: ENGR 145, ENGR 200, ENGR 210, and ENGR 225 unless transfer credit has been awarded.
- One course in natural science, mathematics, or statistics is required if transfer credit has not been awarded for an approved course.
- ENGR 398 plus ENGL 398 must be completed at Case Western Reserve.
- Complete all engineering courses required for the major.
- A minimum of 50 semester hours must be completed to graduate from Case Western Reserve University.
NOTE: Dual degree engineering students are also required to meet with the program coordinator early in the first semester of enrollment.
Assistant Dean for Engineering Student Programs
Nord Hall, Room 304
International dual degree students
Students who have attended one of the designated institutions with whom Case Western Reserve University has a formal agreement should adhere to the procedures for registration with the following considerations:
- SAGES courses (First Seminar, University Seminars, Department Seminar, and Senior Capstone) are required.
- Complete all requirements for the major.
- Complete a minimum of 60 hours to graduate from Case Western Reserve University.
- Heibei University of Technology, (HUT), Tianjin, China
- National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan
- National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Hsinchu, Taiwan
- National Chung Hsing Univeristy (NCHU), Taichung, Taiwan
- National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), Hsinchu, Taiwan
Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies
Sears Building, Room 357