Do you like to design, build and test new technologies? Do you excel in mathematics and physics and enjoy solving complex problems? Are you driven to innovate and create new ways in which to live and work in the world?

If so, consider Lycoming’s 3-2 engineering partnership with the prestigious Watson School of Engineering at Binghamton University in the high tech heart of beautiful upstate New York.

As a student enrolled in Lycoming College’s 3-2 engineering program, you will spend the first three years at Lycoming building your knowledge base and skill sets in calculus, physics and chemistry. Then you will get to spend the final two years completing a program in either electrical or industrial engineering at Binghamton University.

Lycoming’s program design gives you exemplary preparation in math and science, while also exposing you to broader courses that foster innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial thinking. This creates the perfect base to succeed and advance in the engineering field.

Consider three excellent benefits of the Lycoming/Binghamton Engineering program:

  1. Lycoming’s small class sizes provide better opportunities to understand and master the pre-requisites for engineering courses. Lycoming’s goal is to help you compete and be successful at the Watson School of Engineering.
  2. Upon graduation you will have both a Bachelor of Science degree in physics from Lycoming and a Bachelor of Science degree in either electrical engineering or systems science and industrial engineering from Binghamton. Two bachelor’s degrees will make you stand above the crowd when pursuing your first and subsequent jobs in the engineering field.
  3. A deep knowledge base across broad liberal arts disciplines, as well as participation in a residential experience contributes to your long-term success in the field. Even more, you can take advantage of the full array of academic and co-curricular offerings including Lycoming athletics, the arts, internships, study abroad and numerous student activities.

Perhaps most importantly will be the commitment made by Lycoming’s faculty and community to your academic and career preparedness for a lifetime of success in the field of engineering and technology.