Dual Degree Program

A student can spend three years at Hiram, followed by two years at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) and earn two bachelor's degrees.  Dual degree students are GUARANTEED admission to Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland if they maintain a 3.0 GPA overall and a 3.0 GPA in their science and math courses while at Hiram, and have taken the necessary courses.

Students are still eligible for financial aid their fourth and fifth years though they have to apply for that at the engineering school.  Hiram College financial aid packages do not carry over for the last two years.  As a student is then enrolled at a different institution, all financial aid packages are in conjunction with and at the discretion of the engineering university.

While at Hiram, you could major in physics, chemistry, computer science, economics, mathematics or biology depending on your area of interest within engineering.

The following areas of engineering are appropriately coupled with the listed majors at Hiram College.

Type of Engineering:

Major at Hiram:

Aerospace Physics
Civil Physics
Electrical Physics
Fluid and Thermal Physics
Mechanical Physics
Materials Science and Engineering Physics
Biomedical Biology
Chemical Chemistry
Polymer Chemistry
Computer Science Computer Science
Computer Engineering Computer Science
Industrial Engineering Economics
System Science & Control Engineering Mathematics and/or Computer Science
Engineering and Public Policy Any science with courses in environmental studies
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For advising and more information, please contact:

Laura Van Wormer, Department Chair and Professor

  • 330-5695249
  • Gerstacker 108