Pair your liberal arts degree at Simon’s Rock with an interdisciplinary engineering degree at Dartmouth to tackle the world’s toughest humanitarian problems.
Pre-engineering students at Simon’s Rock have the option of applying to Dartmouth College’s Thayer School of Engineering. At Thayer, like Simon’s Rock, you will continue your education with small class sizes, strong student-professor interaction, and an environment that promotes collaboration over competition. Natural science, math, and computer science majors can choose either the 3-2 (traditional) or 2-1-1-1 track towards a dual degree that includes a BA from Simon’s Rock and a BE from Dartmouth.
When you combine a liberal arts degree at Simon’s Rock with an engineering degree at Dartmouth, you’ll gain the technical knowledge, design skills, and experience in real-life problem solving to increase your impact on the world. The liberal arts provide ways to understand the world; engineering provides the know how to improve it. Both schools offer academic rigor paired with the freedom to study across disciplines for a well-rounded education that packs a double punch when applying for jobs or to graduate school.
“My academic and thesis advisor at Simon’s Rock had a pivotal influence on my decision to pursue engineering coursework and a career in materials science and engineering. Once at Dartmouth, I not only felt academically prepared, but also familiar with the environment that encouraged a lot of faculty-student interaction.”-Eldred Lee ’12,
PhD Student in Engineering Sciences & Medical Physics,