Research First physics students Faye Gibson (left), Michael Harris (right) in lab

Engineering 3+2

Earn two in-demand bachelor degrees in just five years with our cooperative Engineering program.

You’ll spend the first three years on LVC’s campus earning your bachelor of science in chemistry or physics, then spend two additional years at Case Western Reserve University to complete your accredited engineering degree.

Need-based departmental scholarships are available.

Learn More About the Program

Our Engineering 3+2 program is practical and rigorous, preparing you to solve real-world chemistry or physics problems and giving you the foundational skills that set you up for success in the engineering portion of the program.

Penn Smith conducts summer research with LVC faculty in the physics lab.

Best of Both Worlds


Students interested in the physics engineering track should contact Dr. Dan Pitonyak.


Those interested in the chemistry track should contact Dr. Anderson Marsh.

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In Their Words

At LVC, we train the next generation of scientists. Our students cultivate skills in the classroom and research labs that will take them far. It is gratifying to work with a student for several years in the classroom and lab and see that culminate in co-authoring a journal article and them presenting research at a major conference. Equally rewarding is to follow their accomplishments after they graduate from our program.
Dr. Keith Veenhuizen, Associate Professor of physics

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