Upon completion of the program, students receive a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia with a major in applied science and a Bachelor of Science degree in one of 10 engineering disciplines from the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering.
That’s two degrees in five years.
Engineering Disciplines Offered at the U of M
Liberal Arts Advantage
At Concordia, you’ll build a solid foundation of reading, writing, interpersonal and critical thinking skills, and global competency. These skills make you more competitive and successful in the professional world.
To make sure you’re meeting requirements for entering the U of M program, keep in touch with our pre-engineering advisor. The U of M also sends an advisor to Concordia each year to talk about the program, offerings and requirements.
Our Faculty, Students and Alumni
Sara Yohe '08
Doctoral candidate in chemical engineering at Purdue University
Applied Science Major
The smaller class sizes enabled more student-teacher interaction, allowing us to learn the material faster and more thoroughly. This gave me a strong basis in chemistry and math, which laid the foundation for being successful in future chemical engineering courses.