Cooperative Engineering

Bachelor of Science | College of Science and Health Professions
Edinboro University

Challenge yourself by earning two degrees in five years.

Set yourself apart in the job market with our Bachelor of Science in Physics Cooperative Engineering track. You’ll spend three years at Edinboro and two years at a cooperative engineering school. The program is both challenging and rewarding. When you are done, you’ll hold both a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Edinboro and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the cooperative school.

At Edinboro, small classes led by faculty experts encourage problem solving and independent thinking. And a rigorous curriculum with extensive internship and research opportunities help you develop a wide-set of transferable skills in analytical thinking, programming and mathematics.

The colleges of Engineering and Earth and Mineral Sciences at Pennsylvania State University; Penn State Erie, The Behrend College; Case Western Reserve University; and the School of Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh all have cooperative agreements with Edinboro for this program.

Expert Faculty

Accomplished faculty instruct, guide, and inspire Edinboro students to achieve and lead. EU faculty are recognized for their commitment to student success and creating a personal and engaging academic environment.

Experiential Learning

The Edinboro experience extends well beyond the classroom. EU students prepare for careers and life through opportunities for hands-on learning, collaborative research with faculty, global travel, and internships.

Modern Facilities

Fighting Scots live, work, and play in state-of-the-art facilities on EU’s picturesque 585-acre campus. Located just 20 miles south of Erie, Pennsylvania’s fourth-largest city, Edinboro is bustling with exciting activities.

Reap the rewards of rigor.

Set yourself apart in the job market by holding a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Edinboro and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the cooperative school.

Why choose Edinboro?

You’ll feel at home here, surrounded by others who are serious students attracted to careers in Engineering and related industries. Small class sizes and research experiences make you an attractive candidate to cooperating schools. Our program stands out for its quality and value, and is supported by outstanding facilities such as:

Our advanced materials testing laboratories have a suite of advanced rapid prototyping equipment including laser scanners, 3D printers and analytical software.

One of the most sophisticated observatories in the region, equipped with a 14-inch Celestron telescope. Outfitted with a high-quality CCD camera and a high-resolution spectrograph, the observatory is a fully operational, remotely operated scientific platform.

Students have the opportunity to perform professional caliber tests and analyses for industries such as Lord Corporation and General Electric.

Where you can go from here.

No matter what field of engineering you’re interested in, you’ll find it at one of our cooperating schools. Here are some examples of specialization areas:

Case Western:
Aerospace
Biomedical
Civil
Electrical
Engineering Physics
Macromolecular
Material Science
Mechanical
Systems and Control

Penn State - University Park, College of Engineering and Earth and Mineral Sciences:
Energy Engineering
Environmental Systems
Materials Science and Engineering
Mining Engineering
Petroleum and Natural Gas *
Polymer Science
Surveying *

Penn State - Behrend:
Computer
Electrical
Industrial
Mechanical

Penn State - University Park, College of Engineering:
Architectural *
Biological
Chemical *
Computer Science *
Electrical
Engineering Science
General Engineering
Alternative Energy and Power Generation (Hazleton)
Applied Materials (Dubois)
Multidisciplinary (Abington, Brandywine)
Industrial *
Mechanical *
Nuclear

University of Pittsburgh:
Bioengineering
Chemical and Petroleum
Civil & Environmental
Computer
Electrical
Engineering Science
Engineering Physics emphasis
Nanotechnology: Chemistry/Bioengineering emphasis
Nanotechnology: Physics/Materials emphasis
Industrial Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

* Programs under enrollment control

Prepare for a rewarding career.