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May 10, 2019 - Five King’s College students will continue their engineering degree studies at the University of Notre Dame the next academic year while two others will be the first to participate in a cooperative degree program with Washington University in St. Louis.  

King’s recently completed a dual degree engineering agreement with Washington University.  This program offers Kings' science students the opportunity to transfer to Washington University after their third year of study at King’s to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering in two years or a bachelor and master’s degree in three years in a variety of engineering disciplines.

The Washington University agreement is in addition to a 3-2 program King’s has with the University of Notre Dame since 2013.  The program allows students to earn a bachelor’s degree from King’s in one of four academic disciplines and a bachelor’s degree in one of seven engineering disciplines from Notre Dame after five years of study. 

King’s also offers four-year bachelor’s degree programs in civil and mechanical engineering.

Students attending Notre Dame for the next two years are shown seated, from left, Robert Wachter, Electrical Engineering; Ryan Morgan, Civil Engineering; and Jordan Wood, Mechanical Engineering.

Shown standing, from left, are Notre Dame students Joseph Danko and Steven Ream, both Civil Engineering; and Washington University students Seamus Boyle, Civil Engineering, and Alexander Posly, Aeronautical Engineering.