Dual-Degree Engineering Program
The Engineering Dual Degree program offers students the opportunity to begin their academic career by pursuing a Bachelor degree at Coastal Carolina University (CCU) while preparing for a Bachelor degree in Engineering from Clemson University. The student will spend about three years (depending on level of preparation) at Coastal Carolina University majoring in one of the five degrees listed below (Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, or Applied Physics) that is compatible with their engineering major at Clemson University. The student will spend two or more years at Clemson University majoring in one of the nine engineering degrees listed. While at Clemson University, the student will complete the remaining courses needed for their CCU degree.
Students interested in participation in this program should consult with the program advisor, Var Limpasuvan (firstname.lastname@example.org), in the School of Coastal and Marine Systems Science. Course selection and course sequencing are critical for timely completion. A second advisor will be assigned from the student's major program chosen at CCU. Additional information is also found in the University Catalog.