The following member institutions offer a program in Engineering. To see other programs of study available at each university, simply click on the name.

Adelphi University*
Alfred University
Allegheny College*
Arcadia University*
Austin College*
Bard College
Binghamton University
Boston University
Brandeis University*
Brown University
Bryn Mawr College*
Bucknell University
California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly)
Cooper Union
Denison University*
DePauw University*
Dickinson College*
Drew University*
Elizabethtown College
Florida Institute of Technology
Fordham University*
Fort Lewis College*
Furman University*
Gonzaga University
Goucher College*
Grinnell College*
Grove City College
Hamilton College*
Hobart and William Smith Colleges*
Lafayette College
Lebanon Valley College*
Lehigh University
Mary Baldwin College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
New York University*
Ohio Northern University
Oregon Institute of Technology
Palm Beach Atlantic University*
Polytechnic University
Purdue University
Rice University
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rutgers University
Seton Hill University*
Simon's Rock College of Bard*
Skidmore College*
Smith College
Southern Methodist University
Southwestern University*
St. Anselm College*
Stony Brook University (SUNY)
SUNY Potsdam*
Texas State University-San Marcos
The College of New Jersey
Truman State University*
University of Alabama in Huntsville
University of Iowa
University of Rochester
University of San Diego
University of Scranton
University of South Carolina
University of South Florida
Vanderbilt University
Wells College*
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Each member institution with an * next to its name works in cooperation with another college/university's Engineering program.  This cooperation is commonly referred to as a 3-2 Engineering Program.  This type of program usually entails 3 years at the college/university and an additional two years in an engineering program at another university, resulting in a degree from each institution.  The 3-2 program differs from school to school; for more information, see the link in each participating member institution's Programs of Study page.


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