Chemical Engineering Dual Degree
Would you like to become an engineer but also want to explore other exciting subjects—ones that illuminate the interconnections of the world—to launch you on a lifetime of learning?
Consider our dual-degree program in engineering—aerospace, biomedical, chemical and biomolecular, civil and environmental, electrical and computer, industrial and systems, materials science, mechanical or polymer, or textile and fiber.
You’ll earn a Bachelor of Arts degree from Agnes Scott and a Bachelor of Science in engineering degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Your program will begin with a three-year, liberal arts curriculum at Agnes Scott followed by approximately two years of engineering study at Georgia Tech.
During your study at Agnes Scott, you’ll enjoy collaborative, in-class discussions, accessible faculty and research of your own choosing. And, you’ll enhance your future career as an engineer with strong writing, speaking and analytical skills—the true benefits of a liberal arts education.