For students interested in a career in engineering, Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC) offers a dual-degree program in physics and engineering with University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (UWM).
Students enrolled in the Physics-Engineering Dual-Degree Program take classes either two or three years at WLC, and, having satisfactorily met the requirements for admission to University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee's engineering program, will take an additional two years of classes at UWM, graduating with both a Bachelor of Science in Physics at WLC and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree at UWM.
Students enrolled in the Physics-Engineering program are thoroughly prepared for life after college. You start your journey at Wisconsin Lutheran College, where you'll benefit from a robust liberal arts education, studying alongside our nationally ranked Christian faculty. You'll grow as a Christian leader, finding your place in our friendly campus community, exploring career pathways, and addressing the challenge of applying your faith in service to the world around you. In three years, when you transition to UWM, you'll carry with you the momentum of your experiences at WLC.
At UWM, you'll receive an education centered around a high-quality engineering curriculum and have opportunity to major in one of the following areas:
Students interested in the Physics-Engineering Dual-Degree Program are encouraged to request more information and schedule a personal visit to campus to meet with an admissions counselor and physics faculty member. Incoming freshmen will work closely with their admissions counselor and faculty advisors to ensure an efficient academic program plan for earning their B.S. in Physics from WLC and their B.S. in Engineering from UWM. For more information about this program, please contact Dr. Dan Ebeling.