Edgewood College announces a new, enhanced partnership with the College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Now, students located anywhere in the state of Wisconsin can earn the UW-Platteville degree through a unique hybrid delivery of face-to-face and online courses, along with hands-on lab experiences.
With the Engineering Dual Degree program, students complete two degrees simultaneously. Students may earn a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Edgewood College, as well as a bachelor’s degree in either electrical or mechanical engineering at UW-Platteville.
“This new enhanced approach leverages technology and modes of delivery that make an already strong partnership even better for our students,” Andrew P. Manion, president of Edgewood College, said. “Our academic programs, delivered in a close-knit community of learners, position our students to achieve their goals, including the outstanding engineering programs at UW-Platteville.”
“The University of Wisconsin-Platteville is pleased to expand our successful partnership with Edgewood College,” Chancellor Dennis J. Shields, said. “While our institutions have physical boundaries, educational opportunities for students do not. Through our UW-Platteville Engineering Partnerships Program, we continue to strengthen the Wisconsin workforce and provide additional opportunities for students across the state, wherever they reside.”
Students take foundational courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and required general education courses at Edgewood College. After three years, students move into the hybrid delivery model to complete the electrical or mechanical engineering degree with UW-Platteville.
About Edgewood College
Located in Madison, Wisconsin, Edgewood College is a liberal arts Catholic college in the Dominican tradition. We serve approximately 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
The College offers more than 40 academic and professional programs, including master’s degrees in business, education, and nursing, and doctoral degrees in educational leadership and nursing practice. For more information about Edgewood College, please visit www.edgewood.edu, or call Ed Taylor, Chief of Staff, at 608-663-2333.
Founded in 1866, UW-Platteville has its roots in both a teaching college and a mining school, which merged in 1959 to form the current university. UW-Platteville serves approximately 7,000 graduate and undergraduate students in the southwest corner of the state. The university offers six engineering majors that are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.