Consortial and Partnership Agreements

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Title: Consortial and Partnership Agreements
Alternative Title: Dual Programs
Abstract: Program overview: to encourage and accommodate students who desire to study engineering but who, for various reasons, may prefer to attend another college before coming to Georgia Tech, the College of Engineering offers the opportunity to transfer to Georgia Tech through the Dual Degree Program. Under this program, students attend the participating Dual Degree School for three years and then come to Georgia Tech for approximately two years. Each participating liberal arts college requires the completion of a specified curriculum to qualify for their baccalaureate from that institution as well as the necessary institutional core requirements for the engineering degree. Dual Degree students may seek a degree in any undergraduate program in the College of Engineering. Upon completion of the program at Tech, the student receives a bachelor's degree from the former institution and a bachelor's degree in one of the engineering disciplines at Georgia Tech. Students interested in the dual degree program apply through their college. The participating schools include many of the schools in the Georgia University System, and several historically black colleges and predominantly women's colleges.
Description: Developed in preparation for reaffirmation of accreditation by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Type: Accreditation Document
Date: 2004
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology. Office of Assessment
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Georgia Institute of Technology Accreditation
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Dual degree programs

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