Chair: Associate Professor Kamela

Associate Professors: Hargrove-Leak, Wolter

Assistant Professor: Blackmon

Engineers have the opportunity to be of profound service to humanity. Engineering means problem solving. Through the application of mathematics and science, an engineer may be solving problems dealing with energy, space exploration, environmental issues, product manufacturing, construction or any number of interesting areas of study. Possible engineering disciplines include aerospace engineering, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, environmental engineering, industrial engineering, materials science engineering, mechanical engineering, nuclear engineering and textile engineering.

The unique dual-degree engineering programs at Elon support students in working toward two degrees: one from Elon and one from an engineering university. Elon currently has affiliations with North Carolina State University, Georgia Tech, Pennsylvania State University, Virginia Tech, Columbia University, University of Notre Dame, Washington University in St. Louis, University of South Carolina and North Carolina A&T State University.

The student will complete three years at Elon. These years will include a full array of science, mathematics, computer science and Elon Core Curriculum courses along with their discipline-specific courses. Also included will be foundational engineering courses every fall and spring taught by engineering faculty. After finishing these three years at Elon and also satisfying the entry requirements of the affiliate engineering university, the student will transfer to the affiliate engineering institution, normally for two additional years. Upon completion of these years of study, a student will receive a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree from the engineering school in the area of their choice. Students will also receive a B.S. degree from Elon University in Engineering Physics, Engineering Mathematics, Environmental Science/Environmental Engineering, Bio-Physics/Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry/Chemical Engineering or Computer Science/Engineering. Students must complete Elon’s Core Curriculum program requirements, the Elon engineering core and one of the six program options.

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