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Modified Engineering Sciences Major
Students with primary interest in engineering can create a cross-disciplinary major by modifying their engineering sciences major with another discipline, by taking six courses in engineering sciences and four courses in the modifying discipline, plus all prerequisites and culminating experience.
Modified Major Options
Dartmouth offers pre-approved modified engineering sciences majors in the following disciplines:
For students interested in biotechnology.
For students interested in chemical engineering
For students interested in computer engineering.
For students interested in geotechnical engineering.
For students interested in environmental engineering.
For students interested in technology and public policy.
For students interested in architecture or product design.
For students interested in combining another discipline with engineering
I'm an Engineer and an Artist
Ham Sonnenfeld '16 discusses combining engineering with studio art at Dartmouth.
Founder and CEO of Nearburg Producing Company
Charles Nearburg '72 Th'74, discusses how combining majors prepares engineers for success.