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Malone University's Joint Engineering Program with the University of Akron

See the news release: Malone University, University of Akron to offer a joint Engineering program

Combine the best opportunities education has to offer by studying engineering at Malone University - and the University of Akron.

You'll earn two degrees at the end of the program: one from each institution - by taking nearly all general education and foundational science classes at Malone, then engineering courses and a co-op through the University of Akron.

Students who complete the five-year program will earn a B.A. in Physical Sciences from Malone, and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Akron. 

What will I study? 

At Malone, you'll study physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, and general education - all from a Christian perspective. This coursework leads to a B.A. in physical sciences from Malone University and a solid foundation for graduate school. At the University of Akron, you'll take courses in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and more. You'll also complete internships and a co-op - leading to a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.    

Why consider this program? 

 In addition to its robust curriculum, expert faculty, and integration of faith and learning, you will have the opportunity to: 

  • Live and study in a holistic Christian environment that will prepare you for all areas of life 

  • Earn two degrees in five years 

  • The locations of Malone University and the University of Akron will offer you ample opportunities for internships and co-ops in industry 

  • Small classes provide for ideal individual instruction 

  • Graduates of programs such as this are often preferred for initial hires over regular engineer majors 

  • Broader educational depth and perspectives from two well-regarded universities

What are some career paths available for majors in Physical Science and Mechanical Engineering?

    • Mechanical engineer

    • Physicist 

    • Researcher 

    • Scientific entrepreneur

The University of Akron's College of Engineering, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering