Community Outreach

March 29, 2007

Binary (3+2) Engineering Program

The Binary Program (3+2 Engineering) enables superior students, enrolled at 40 participating liberal arts colleges in the continental United States and Puerto Rico, to combine a strong liberal arts foundation with the study of engineering. While enrolled at a cooperating liberal arts college, students complete courses in mathematics, chemistry, physics, and computer science in addition to studies in the humanities and social sciences. Students complete these courses during their first three years and must obtain the approval of the designated faculty liaison at the liberal arts college prior to admission to the Case School of Engineering.

Qualified candidates continue at CSE for an additional two years of concentrated coursework in an engineering field. At the conclusion of five years, two baccalaureate degrees are awarded: one from the liberal arts college and the other a Bachelor of Science degree from Case Western Reserve University.

Debbie Fatica, Student Programs
Case School of Engineering
Phone: 216.368.4449

Posted by: Debra Crawford March 29, 2007 12:36 PM
Category: Higher Education Institutions , School of Engineering , Schools and Centers