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Engineering and Physics (3+2 Dual-Degree)

Start your educational journey at WLC, where you'll benefit from a robust liberal arts education, studying alongside our nationally ranked Christian faculty. Grow as a Christian leader, at a college that recognizes that God — as creator of the universe — is the greatest engineer.

Our unique partnership with University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) allows you to take classes for two or three years at WLC, then transition to UWM for two additional years of classes in an engineering specialty. You'll graduate with your Bachelor of Science degree in physics from WLC and a bachelor's degree in engineering from UWM.

You'll find 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. Then, when you transition to UWM, you'll carry with you the momentum of your experiences at WLC — thoroughly prepared for specialized training in an engineering field and your future career.

Explore our Physics Major

At UWM, you’ll receive an education centered around a high-quality engineering curriculum and have the opportunity to major in one of the following areas:

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
Gain a world-class engineering education at UWM

With an elite Carnegie Institute Tier 1 ranking in the top two percent of universities in the nation, the engineering programs at UWM are top-notch and prepare graduates for employment or selective graduate programs.

UWM’s College of Engineering & Applied Science hosts dozens of world-class research centers, labs, and multiple individual research initiatives.

Bachelor of Science in engineering programs at UWM are ABET Accredited by either the Engineering Accreditation Commission or the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.

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