Physics-Engineering Dual Degree
The UW Oshkosh Physics-Engineering Dual Degree Program allows students to receive two degrees in 5 years:
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with a major in physics from UW Oshkosh
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Madison or University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
You’ll begin by taking a number of courses in physics, math, and general education courses. After successfully completing all program requirements, you can choose to transfer to either UW-Madison’s College of Engineering or UW-Milwaukee’s College of Engineering and Applied Science. Typically, students spend 3 years at UW Oshkosh and 2 years at the partner institution to complete the dual degree. Dual degree students are very competitive in the engineering job market as a result of a combined preparation in physics and engineering.
In December 2017, UW Madison signed an agreement with UW Oshkosh to establish a new physics engineering (3+2) dual degree partnership. In December 2017, UW Madison signed an agreement with UW Oshkosh to establish a new physics engineering (3+2) dual degree...
Christian Quiles (Physics-Engineering Dual Degree student) received the 2017-2018 Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium STEM Bridge Scholarship worth $2000. He will be transferring to the UW Milwaukee College of Engineering and Applied Science in Fall 2018 as a dual degree...
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and University of Wisconsin Madison are close to an agreement to establish a new physics-engineering dual degree program effective Fall 2018. The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and University of Wisconsin Madison are close to an...
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Physics & Astronomy
N. Halsey Science Center, Rm. 337
921 Elmwood Ave.
Dr. Nadia Kaltcheva