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  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalogue Archived Catalogue

Two-Plus-Two Engineering Program


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(http://www.uncw.edu/preeng/)

Dr. Kenneth C. Diehl, director

The Two-Plus-Two Engineering Program is offered jointly by the University of North Carolina Wilmington and North Carolina‘s three state-supported Colleges of Engineering. It leads to a bachelor‘s degree from either North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, North Carolina A&T State University, or East Carolina University. The purpose of the Two-Plus-Two Program is to offer students the opportunity to complete approximately one-half of the B.S. degree requirements by attending UNCW for the first two years and then allow transferring to one of the three universities for the remaining two years. Courses offered at UNCW in the first two years include several of the required basic engineering courses, which are delivered through the distance education facilities on campus. At this time, registration for these courses is completed through the Two-Plus-Two Program offices. An introductory engineering course is offered at UNCW. See “Engineering ” in the Course Descriptions section of this catalogue for a description of this course. Contact the director for the most recent information on courses offered, curricula, and the Two-Plus-Two program.

Engineering degree programs offered by the three colleges of engineering include:

  North Carolina State University  
    Aerospace
Biological
Biomedical
Chemical
Civil
Civil (construction option)
Computer
Electrical
Environmental
Industrial
Materials
Mechanical
Nuclear
Textile

 

  North Carolina A&T State University  
    Agricultural and Biosystems
Architectural
Chemical
Civil
Electrical
Industrial
Mechanical

 

  University of North Carolina at Charlotte  
    Civil
Computer
Electrical
Mechanical
Systems Engineering

 

  East Carolina University  
    General Engineering with specialization in:
      Biomedical
Bioprocess
Mechanical Engineering
Systems Engineering

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