Why an Engineering Conjoint Degree with UC?
- Structured for success: UC engineering conjoint degrees have clearly defined structures to enhance student experience and carefully aligned learning outcomes from two different degrees. Clashes between classes are minimized.
- Designed for flexibility: UC engineering conjoint degrees are designed to teach two different degrees in parallel, providing choice for you to smoothly exit into either degree if you change your mind.
- Industry-aligned: Each tailored conjoint combination is designed for an existing industry gap, identified by our industry advisory boards to ensure that you gain uniquely combined skillsets that are in high demand.
- Global accreditation: Each Major combination is a Washington Accord accredited Engineering degree with worldwide recognition in key employment areas.
Engineering Conjoint Degree Options
Engineering conjoint degrees require an overall combined 675 points, with at least 405 points from the Engineering degree and at least 255 points from the other (plus another 15 points for either degree), and at least a minimum sustained Grade Point Average of B.