This degree program, which also is called the “3-2 engineering program,” encompasses three years of study at East Stroudsburg University and two years of study in an approved engineering program at Penn State University.*
The student receives the Bachelor of Arts with a physics major from ESU upon completion of the engineering program at the cooperative university if certain conditions are met.
Students should check with the engineering coordinator to discuss the courses needed for their particular area. However, the courses generally mirror the Industrial Physics track of the Bachelor of Science in Physics.
All students must also complete the University's General Education curriculum if they wish to obtain an ESU degree through this program.
* The program with Penn State is restricted to certain branches of engineering. To see Penn State's list of programs that are available follow the this link: programs under enrollment control.