• 3 + 2 Dual Degree Program with Washington University

    Hamline partners with Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, so you can earn a Bachelor of Arts in physics from Hamline and a Bachelor of Science in engineering from Washington University. Attend Hamline for the first three years (on average), then attend Washington University for just two more years.

    After completing the dual bachelors’ degrees, earn a master’s degree from Washington University in just one more year.

    You get the best that both universities offer. At Hamline, you’ll have access to equipment like our state-of-the-art environmental scanning electron microscope. You’ll do collaborative research with faculty to get the hands-on experience that will help you determine what engineering field to pursue.

    At Washington University, you’ll have all the advantages of attending a nationally recognized, world-class university.

    By studying in both the Twin Cities and St. Louis, you’ll increase your opportunities for internships and expand your professional networks.

    For more information, visit Washington University’s dual degree program website.

  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering Degree

    After completing your BA in physics at Hamline, you’ll be eligible for admission at Washington University in the following engineering programs:

    • Biomedical engineering
    • Chemical engineering
    • Computer engineering
    • Computer science
    • Electrical engineering
    • Environmental engineering
    • Mechanical engineering
    • Systems science and engineering

    Dual Bachelor’s Degrees Plus Master’s

    After completing both bachelor’s degrees, students can earn a master’s degree in just one more year. Choose from the following programs at Washington University:

    • Aerospace engineering
    • Biomedical engineering
    • Computer engineering
    • Computer science
    • Computer science and engineering
    • Cybersecurity engineering
    • Data analytics and statistics
    • Electrical engineering
    • Energy
    • Environmental and chemical engineering
    • Engineering management
    • Information systems management
    • Materials science
    • Mechanical engineering
    • Systems science and mathematics