Harris-Stowe State University Announces Dual Degree Program With Saint Louis University

Harris-Stowe State University, the historically Black educational institution in St. Louis, Missouri, has announced that it is offering a dual degree program in conjunction with Saint Louis University.

Under the program, students will study for two years toward a bachelor’s degree in mathematics at Harris-Stowe State University. They will then transfer to Saint Louis University where they will complete a degree in interdisciplinary engineering over the next two years. Or the students can study for three years to earn a degree in mechanical or computer engineering. Students completing the program will received degrees from each university.

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