Students must apply for the dual degree that features a study abroad experience during the fourth year:
- First semester – study engineering, science, language, culture and electives in the target language at a partner university
- Second semester – complete an internship abroad with an engineering firm in the target language
Engineering and science tracks include: biochemistry, biology, biology pre-med, chemical engineering, chemistry, computer science, electrical engineering, electrical and computer engineering, engineering physics, geosciences, mathematics, mechanical engineering and physics. Others will be added soon.
Language tracks include: French, German and Spanish.