Official source of information on Morris College’s plans for Spring 2021:
The Dual Degree Program in mathematics and engineering between Morris College and North Carolina A & T State University (NCAT) makes it possible for students to attend Morris College for approximately three academic years and then to transfer to North Carolina A & T State University for approximately two academic years. After completing the academic requirements of the two institutions, the students will be awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from Morris College and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from NCAT. Students pursuing the Dual Degree Program may be jointly enrolled at both institutions.
Dual Degree Program students will be eligible to pursue a B.S. degree at NCAT in any of the following areas of engineering:
To be accepted into the Dual Degree Program, a student: must have a “B” average in mathematics and a 3.0 GPA at the end of his / her first year at Morris College.
A Dual Degree Program student must complete the following requirements at Morris College:
Admission to the NCAT Engineering Program will be granted to a Dual Degree Program student who: