Engineering Dual-Degree Program at King's College

Stonehill College and King's College have partnered to offer students a unique educational experience that gives them two degrees in five years. Students earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics from Stonehill and a Bachelor of Science degree from King's College in either Civil or Mechanical Engineering

Benefits

  • Transfer admission to the King’s College
  • Receive both Stonehill and King’s bachelor degrees at the end of five years

Qualifications

  • Cumulative GPA of 3.00 at Stonehill
  • Only courses with a grade of C or better will be considered for transfer;
  • At least 60 semester credit-hours of work that can be transferred to satisfy King’s engineering degree requirements;
  • Recommendation for admission by their academic advisor or the Program Director at Stonehill College; and
  • Demonstrated commitment to the community values and standards of conduct of both King’s and Stonehill as determined in King’s sole discretion, following its assessment of the information provided by Stonehill in the “College Official’s Report.”

Application Requirements

  • Complete the online application 
  • Official transcripts 
  • Send Official College Report certifying your good standing at Stonehill College 
  • Letter of recommendation from Ralph Bravaco, department chair, Computer Science

Contacts

King’s College
Professor Paul Lamore, chairperson, Engineering 
paullamore@kings.edu

Stonehill College
Ralph Bravaco, department chair, Computer Science
508-565-1077