|Cooperative Engineering Program|
The University of St. Thomas’ cooperative engineering program offers students the opportunity to prepare for a career in engineering or technology while obtaining a quality liberal arts education. There is great demand today for professionals who have both technical training and a broad background in the arts, humanities, logic and philosophy. The graduate with resources beyond technical skills is best able to progress in the field of engineering.
|How the Program Works|
Students will receive a B.S. in applied mathematics from the University of St. Thomas and a B.S. degree in the chosen engineering discipline at the partnering engineering school. UST has cooperative agreements with the following institutions:
Additionally, UST has partnerships with
During the three years spent at UST, the student completes an individualized plan of study that combines a liberal arts background with the prerequisites for the program at the chosen school.
Dr. John Starner, Interim Chair, Department of Mathematics