Engineers are problem-solvers and inventors. Engineers apply the principles of science and mathematics to make life better for society. Breakthroughs such as space flight, cellular telephones, the Internet, earthquake resistant structures, and “smart highways” all have their origins in engineering. You, too, can become one of the pioneers advancing technological discoveries into the lifestyles of future generations.
The Joint Engineering Program, offered in partnership from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and Washington University in St. Louis, is an affordable and convenient engineering education option designed for busy students in the region. The program offers full- and part-time students an opportunity to earn a bachelor of science degree in civil, electrical or mechanical Engineering. You’ll complete two years of study on the UMSL campus, taking mathematics, science and general education courses, before transitioning to the WashU campus to complete the upper-level engineering courses. Students pay UMSL tuition while having access to WashU’s cutting-edge resources and facilities.
All three engineering programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
Learn more about the UMSL/Washington University Joint Undergraduate Engineering Program at an upcoming virtual Informational Session or take the next step and Apply Now.
Have questions? Contact Brad Iftner at 314-516-6801 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Joint Undergraduate Engineering Program combines strengths of the two universities to provide flexible engineering programs.