Dual Degree Requirements

  • Completion of degree requirements for B.S. degree in chemical, civil, electrical and computer, mechanical engineering, or integrative engineering with focus in bioengineering, environment & energy, or robotics
  • Foreign language proficiency (through the advanced level)
  • An in-language internship abroad or a sufficiently immersive study abroad program
  • GOVT 102: Introduction to International Politics, IA 200: Globalization and Its Critics, and IA 400: Senior Capstone in International Affairs
  • Elective coursework related to the foreign language of interest and/or globalization as approved by the program chair.
  • A total of 40 credits