Engineering Studies While at Seton Hill
The Engineering Program at Seton Hill provides the foundational coursework for a student to continue study in a wide range of engineering fields. Students gain experience and knowledge in computer science, calculus and physics as well as a more advanced understanding of either mathematics or chemistry.
University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering
Seton Hill’s dual degree program with Pitt facilitates admission to the Swanson School of Engineering for Seton Hill engineering juniors who have met the GPA and course requirements for the program. A Seton Hill faculty advisor works with every student to ensure that the prerequisites for entry into Pitt’s Swanson School of Engineering are met. The Swanson School of Engineering offers B.S. degrees in bioengineering, chemical and petroleum engineering, civil and environmental engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, engineering science, industrial engineering, materials science and engineering and mechanical engineering.