Ole Miss Engineering partners with institutions near and far to broaden students’ academic experience
Students can study for the first 2-3 years at one of our partner institutions and then complete their degree with Ole Miss Engineering. In many instances, that could mean two degrees in four or five years – if they meet the requirements at both institutions.
Mississippi – 3+2 programs
Students study for three years at our academic partner and then come to Ole Miss Engineering to focus in a specific engineering field.
Northwest Mississippi Community College
In our joint Redshirt program, successful students earn an associate degree from NWCC and an engineering degree from Ole Miss. During their first three years at NWCC, students also take relevant courses at Ole Miss.
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Successful students graduate with a degree in mathematics from Rust and an engineering degree from Ole Miss. There are four available tracks: biomedical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering and mechanical engineering.
Students can participate in one of our four academic pairings:
- Geophysics (Millsaps) and geological engineering (Ole Miss)
- Chemistry (Millsaps) and biomedical engineering (Ole Miss)
- Applied mathematics (Millsaps) and mechanical engineering (Ole Miss)
- Chemistry (Millsaps) and General engineering/pre-med (Ole Miss)
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With this program, students can pursue a degree in chemistry or mathematics from Belhaven – along with a degree in chemical, civil, mechanical or general engineering from Ole Miss.
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International – 2+2 programs
Students in these programs pursue their studies at the partner university for two years along with two years at Ole Miss Engineering.
National University of Civil Engineering – Vietnam
North China University of Technology – China
Student take courses in China for their freshman and sophomore years, and then transfer to Ole Miss Engineering for their junior and senior years. They receive an Ole Miss degree upon completion of academic requirements. And, they’ll also be able to receive their NCUT degree if they meet all degree requirements there.
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Megan Upchurch Miller
Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Programs
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