The Engineering (ENGN) dual-degree program is established jointly with New Jersey
Institute of Technology (NJIT), Rowan University and Rutgers, the State University
of New Jersey. It is a five-year program designed for motivated students who are well
prepared in mathematics and science and interested in a challenging college curriculum.
The program begins with three years at Stockton and concludes with two years at NJIT, Rowan or Rutgers. It combines a strong foundation in science, mathematics and basic engineering and breadth in the liberal studies in the first three years at Stockton, with well-developed, in-depth technical courses in the last two years at NJIT, Rowan University or Rutgers. Student receives a BS degree in chemistry, mathematics or physics from Stockton at the end of the fourth year and a BS degree in engineering from Rutgers, Rowan or NJIT at the end of the program. There is also an MS option for students pursuing this five-year dual degree program with an interest in chemistry and pharmaceutical engineering.