We can advise students on a course of study that leads to a degree in Physics from St. Mary’s and a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from another institution, such as the University of Maryland.
This pathway combines the small class sizes and highly adaptable skills from St. Mary’s with additional engineering coursework. Most students will take five years to complete this pathway, but students with AP credits or summer courses may be able to finish in four years.
The Southern Maryland Mechanical Engineering Program of the University of Maryland is one particularly attractive way to add an engineering degree to a SMCM physics degree.
We are proud to partner with the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland in a dual-degree program. After spending three years at St. Mary’s, completing the College, Department, and Engineering requirements, the student then attends the Engineering School for two additional years.