The dual-degree program is for students at other liberal arts colleges who want to study engineering at Dartmouth. You'll spend your junior or senior year at Dartmouth, receive your bachelor's degree from your home school, and then return to Dartmouth to complete a fifth year of engineering studies in Thayer School's Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) program.
A Dartmouth academic year has three 12-weeks terms. The Dartmouth academic calendar includes 4 terms—fall, winter, spring, and summer. You can begin your first year at Dartmouth in the summer, fall, or winter term of your junior or senior year. When you return for your Bachelor of Engineering year, you'll begin classes in the fall term.
After your first year at Dartmouth, you may want to pursue an internship. Contact Thayer School Career Services for information about engineering internships. Career Services will also help you find a job after you finish the B.E. degree.
See slides (PDF) from the dual-degree information webinar (presented on August 21, 2014) for more details about the program.
Thayer School considers applications from students at the following schools. You should consult with your dean or academic advisor regarding the acceptability of Dartmouth courses toward degree requirements at your home school.
- Hobart & William Smith
- Mt. Holyoke
- Pomona College
- Simon's Rock
- St. Lawrence
Ask your dean or advisor which program option your school follows.
Option 1 (2-1-1-1)
- Freshman and sophomore years: home college
- Junior year: Dartmouth
- Senior year: home college
- Bachelor of Engineering year: Dartmouth
Option 2 (3-2)
- Freshman, sophomore, and junior years: home college
- Senior and Bachelor of Engineering years: Dartmouth
Attn: Jenna Wheeler
Thayer School of Engineering
14 Engineering Drive
Hanover, NH 03755
Toll-free from U.S or Canada: 1-888-THAYER6 (1-888-842-9376)
All others: 603-646-3677