- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Students in Oberlin’s 3-2 Engineering major will develop not just the requisite grounding in science and mathematics, but also the creativity, communication skills, problem solving mindset, and sensitivity to real problems that are hallmarks of successful engineers. Majors pursue studies in the liberal arts, including mathematics and sciences, during three years at Oberlin. They later complete an accredited schedule of engineering courses during two years at an affiliated engineering school. Oberlin’s partner schools are California Institute of Technology (Caltech; Pasadena), Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland), Columbia University (New York), and Washington University (St. Louis).
Why Study Engineering, 3-2 at Oberlin?
Want to get more from your education? You may arrange engineering internships with companies during January. In addition, Washington University offers intensive courses in several engineering fields during January, and you can take one of these toward your Oberlin winter term credit.
Science & Engineering Projects
At Oberlin, we believe the best liberal arts education has a strong science component and that the best science education happens in a liberal arts setting. Here you will find a rigorous science program that offer small class sizes, close partnerships with professors, interdisciplinary seminars, and opportunities for lab and field research, internships and more.
- CHEM 101 - Structure and Reactivity in Chemistry 4 credits
- CSCI 150 - Introduction to Computer Science 4 credits
- MATH 234 - Differential Equations 4 credits
- PHYS 212 - Modern Physics 4 credits