Fayetteville State’s New Dual Degree Program in Engineering

Fayetteville State University, the historically Black educational institution in North Carolina, has established a new joint program in engineering in cooperation with North Carolina State University in Raleigh. Under the program students will study for three years at Fayetteville State and spend another two years at North Carolina State University. At the end of the five years, they will receive bachelor’s degrees from each institution.

Under the program students can earn bachelor’s degrees in chemistry, computer science, or mathematics at Fayetteville State. Those that major in chemistry at Fayetteville State will spend their last two years earning a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering at North Carolina State. Those that major in computer science at Fayetteville State will receive bachelor’s degrees in either computer engineering or electrical engineering after spending two years at North Carolina State. And those that major in mathematics at Fayetteville State will receive a degree in civil engineering after two years of study at North Carolina State.

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