Siena’s engineering programs give students an advantage because they attain the benefits of a liberal arts education with focused studies in engineering. Students learn to think critically, communicate effectively and develop a comprehensive grasp of the principles and techniques of engineering.
Students in the 3/2 program spend their first 3 years at Siena and then transfer to an affiliated engineering school to complete an additional 2 years. At the end of 4 years, the student receives his/her BS in physics from Siena, and at the end of five years, the student receives a BE.
- Binghamton University
- Catholic University
- Clarkson University
- Manhattan College
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- Western New England College
The cooperative program with Clarkson Graduate College School of Engineering allows students to earn a master’s of engineering in electrical engineering, energy systems and engineering management. Students complete 4 years at Siena, earning a bachelor’s degree in physics. By beginning graduate classes during their senior year, students are able to complete the master’s program in one additional year from Union Graduate College.