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Five year dual-degree program in which students earn a Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Arts and Science and a Bachelor of Science degree from NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering.

  • Five year dual-degree program in which students earn a Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Arts and Science and a Bachelor of Science degree from NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering.
  • Degree combinations are:

Students apply to the program while in high school and are admitted specially to the program

  • Students apply to the program while in high school and are admitted specially to the program
  • Students who are interested in the program should notify their CAS Academic Advisor and, if possible, indicate this in the CAS Portal. You should also fill out this interest form: http://goo.gl/forms/X522BfeLAJ.
  • Students who wish to apply for the program during the summer or the fall semester may do so starting the week before classes begin during CAS Orientation and Welcome Week 2016.

Fall Term:

  • Fall Term:
    • Freshman Seminar (FRSEM-UA)
      • Cohort Meeting
    • General Chemistry I (CHEM-UA 125)
    • Principles of Biology I (BIOL-UA 11)
    • Calculus I (MATH-UA 121)*
  • *If you receive a suitable score for advanced standing credit on an advanced standing exam, you may be exempt from the Calculus and Physics I requirement for engineering and may be able to enroll in a higher level course: http://bulletin.cas.nyu.edu/page/admission#ape
  • Also, see Core website for program component and course descriptions: http://Core.cas.nyu.edu/page/home
  • Note:
    • Engineering students are exempt from the Core Foreign Language Requirement.
    • Writing the Essay can be taken during the fall or spring semester of your first year.
  • For course descriptions and syllabi, see the Expository Writing website: http://www.nyu.edu/cas/ewp/html/courses.html

Fall Term:

  • Fall Term:
    • Freshman Seminar (FRSEM-UA)
      • Cohort Meeting
    • General Chemistry I (CHEM-UA 125)
    • Calculus I (MATH-UA 121)*
    • Core course** or Writing the Essay (EXPOS-UA)
      • Texts and Ideas (CORE-UA) or
      • Cultures and Contexts (CORE-UA)
  • *If you receive a suitable score for advanced standing credit on an advanced standing exam, you may be exempt from the Calculus and Physics I requirement for engineering and may be able to enroll in a higher level course: http://bulletin.cas.nyu.edu/page/admission#ape
  • **See Core website for program component and course descriptions: http://Core.cas.nyu.edu/page/home
  • Note:
    • Engineering students are exempt from the Core Foreign Language Requirement
    • Writing the Essay can be taken during the fall or spring semester of your first year.
  • For course descriptions and syllabi, see the Expository Writing website: http://www.nyu.edu/cas/ewp/html/courses.html

Fall Term:

  • Fall Term:
    • Freshman Seminar (FRSEM-UA)
      • Cohort Meeting
    • Calculus I (MATH-UA 121)*
    • Physics I and Lab (PHYS-UA 91 and PHYS-UA 71) – Not General Physics (PHYS-UA 11)* OR Core Curriculum Course (CORE-UA/EXPOS-UA)
    • Intro to Computer Science (CSCI-UA 101)* (students without programming experience take Introduction to Computers CSCI-UA 2)
  • *If you receive a suitable score for advanced standing credit on an advanced standing exam, you may be exempt from the Calculus, Intro to Computer Science and Physics I requirement for engineering and may be able to enroll in a higher level course: http://bulletin.cas.nyu.edu/page/admission#ape
  • Also see Core website for program component and course descriptions: http://Core.cas.nyu.edu/page/home
  • Note:
    • Engineering students are exempt from the Core Foreign Language Requirement
    • Writing the Essay can be taken during the fall or spring semester of your first year.
  • For course descriptions and syllabi, see the Expository Writing website: http://www.nyu.edu/cas/ewp/html/courses.html

Fall Term:

  • Fall Term:
    • Freshman Seminar (FRSEM-UA)
      • Cohort Meeting
    • Calculus I (MATH-UA 121)*
    • Physics I and Lab (PHYS-UA 91 and PHYS-UA 71) – Not General Physics (PHYS-UA 11)*
    • Core course** or Writing the Essay (EXPOS-UA)
      • Texts and Ideas (CORE-UA) or
      • Cultures and Contexts (CORE-UA)
  • *If you receive a suitable score for advanced standing credit on an advanced standing exam, you may be exempt from the Calculus, Intro to Computer Science and Physics I requirement for engineering and may be able to enroll in a higher level course: http://bulletin.cas.nyu.edu/page/admission#ape
  • **See Core website for program component and course descriptions: http://Core.cas.nyu.edu/page/home
  • Note:
    • Engineering students are exempt from the Core Foreign Language Requirement
    • Writing the Essay can be taken during the fall or spring semester of your first year.
  • For course descriptions and syllabi, see the Expository Writing website: http://www.nyu.edu/cas/ewp/html/courses.html

Your assigned academic advisor will help you choose the right courses, which will be based on your high school record and possible Advanced Placement (AP) Test scores. Some placement exams will also be available for Calculus and Computer Science during Welcome Week.

  • Your assigned academic advisor will help you choose the right courses, which will be based on your high school record and possible Advanced Placement (AP) Test scores. Some placement exams will also be available for Calculus and Computer Science during Welcome Week.
  • The Dual Degree Program staff will contact students accepted into the program, and those who express interest, with additional information and will assist your advisor in helping you register for classes. The staff will accept applications during Welcome Week as noted in the Admissions section above.

For More Information:

  • For More Information:
  • http://bulletin.cas.nyu.edu/object/engineering.1416.ug.info
  • http://engineering.cas.nyu.edu/page/home
  • Dual Degree Program Staff:
  • CAS Dual Degree Administrator
  • Associate Director of Engineering and Transfers
  • Tyrell Davis - Tyrell.Davis@nyu.edu
  • CAS Dual Degree Program Director
  • Clinical Professor of Chemistry
  • John Halpin - John.Halpin@nyu.edu


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