Chatham University Engineering
The Chatham University 3-2 engineering program enables students to enroll for three years at Chatham University, and then two years at an accredited engineering school. Chatham has established cooperative programs with Carnegie Mellon University and Pennsylvania State University. In addition, the University of Pittsburgh accepts Chatham students as transfer students into its engineering programs, under similar but less formal arrangements.
By participating in the 3-2 engineering program, you will receive a bachelor’s degree from Chatham as soon as you complete 120 credits (typically, the end of the fourth year) and a bachelor of engineering degree from the engineering school when you complete the entire program.
As a Chatham student, you are also eligible to participate in a 4-2 engineering program. This allows you to complete your Chatham University undergraduate degree in four years, and obtain a masters engineering degree in the last two years.
Students interested in a 3-2 engineering program should contact Dr. Larry Viehland for guidance in meeting the requirements of the Chatham major, the engineering school's general requirements, and the requirements of a specific engineering degree.