Dual Degrees with UND Engineering

Dual Degrees with UND EngineeringMarymount University has an agreement with the University of North Dakota for students to earn both a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of North Dakota and a degree in Liberal Studies or Mathematics from Marymount University. Students fulfill all requirements for both degrees while maintaining full-time status at Marymount University and enrolling in online courses at the University of North Dakota. Tuition each semester is due to Marymount University. This tuition covers Marymount courses as well as University of North Dakota courses. University of North Dakota courses are delivered online during the academic year. Students are required to complete three laboratory courses during two summers at the University of North Dakota. Interested students should work with their academic advisor at the beginning of their academic career to understand the full requirements of both programs. The advisor will guide the student through the application process and subsequent registrations. Application to the University of North Dakota occurs early during the fall semester of the first year.

The course plan for both degrees is designed to be completed in five years. Students making satisfactory progress towards both degrees and who have been awarded Marymount University financial aid for their first four years will be eligible for Marymount University financial aid during the fifth year. Tuition for the summer laboratory courses will be paid to Marymount University, but travel and lodging are the responsibility of the student.

Marymount University and the University of North Dakota are accredited through different commissions. For information about the University of North Dakota’s accreditation please refer to their website. Marymount University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award doctoral, master’s, and bachelor’s degrees. The University of North Dakota is not accredited by SACS Commission on Colleges and the accreditation of Marymount University does not extend to or include the University of North Dakota or its students. Further, although Marymount University agrees to accept certain course work from the University of North Dakota to be applied toward an award from Marymount University, that course work may not be accepted by other colleges or universities in transfer, even if it appears on a transcript from Marymount University. The decision to accept course work in transfer from any institution is made by the institution considering the acceptance of credits or course work.

Dual Degrees with UND Engineering

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Dual Degrees with UND Engineering

Are you interested in a pathway to an undergraduate degree in Mathematics (B.S.) and UND Mechanical Engineering (B.S.) or Liberal Studies (B.A.) and UND Mechanical Engineering (B.S.) ?

   
Dual Degrees with UND Engineering

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Marymount University Liberal Studies (B.A.) or Mathematics (B.S.) and UND Mechanical Engineering (B.S.)

Marymount University has an agreement with the University of North Dakota for students to earn both a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of North Dakota and a degree in Liberal Studies from Marymount University.  Students fulfill all requirements for both degrees while maintaining full-time status at Marymount University and enrolling in online courses at the University of North Dakota.  Tuition each semester is due to Marymount University.  This tuition covers Marymount courses as well as University of North Dakota courses.  University of North Dakota courses are delivered online during the academic year.  Students are required to complete three laboratory courses during two summers at the University of North Dakota. Interested students should work with their academic advisor at the beginning of their academic career to understand the full requirements of both programs.  The advisor will guide the student through the application process and subsequent registrations.  Application to the University of North Dakota occurs early during the fall semester of the first year.  For more information and details, please see Marymount University Partnership with University of North Dakota Engineering (p.72).

Sample Degree Plan — Marymount University Liberal Studies (B.A.) or Mathematics (B.S.) and UND Mechanical Engineering (B.S.)

Please note that this is a sample plan and requires 5 years; all students must consult with an advisor in making course selections.  Some courses are offered only every other year, and this plan assumes beginning in the fall of an odd year, but the program can be completed beginning any year.  This sample plan is based on a liberal studies degree with concentrations in mathematics and mechanical engineering.  Courses marked with + are completed online through UND.  Courses marked with ++ are completed in person at UND.   Courses marked with a # fulfill a requirement for the UND degree in Mechanical Engineering.

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Answer

Year One – Fall

DSC 201 (1) New Student Seminar*
CHM 151# (3) Principles of Chemistry I*
CHM 151L# (1) Principles of Chemistry I Lab*
EN 101 (3) Composition I*
MA 181# (4) Calculus I*
TRS 100 (3) Theological Inquiry*

CHM 151: NS core course

CHM 151L: NS lab core course

EN 101: WR core course

MA 181: MT core course (Not all students should begin with MA 181. Follow placement recommendations and advisor guidance in course selection.)

TRS 100: TRS-1 core course

Year One – Spring

MA 200# (3) Calculus II
MA 218# (3) Probability and Statistics
EN 102 (3) Composition II*
PH 100 (3) Introduction to Philosophy*
ME 101+# (3) Intro to Mechanical Engr.

EN 102: WR core course

PH 100: PH-1 core course

Year Two– Fall

PHYS 271# (3) General Physics I*
PHYS 271L# (1) General Physics I Lab
SOC 131 (3) Principles of Sociology*
EN (3) Introductory Literature (LT-1) core course*
HI (3) Introductory History (HI-1) core course* – HI-110 is recommended since it is pre-req to recommended HI-322
ENGR 200+# (2) Comp. App. In Engineering

PHYS 271: Second NS core course

SOC-131: GP; SS-1 core course

Year Two – Spring

MA 221# (4) Multivariable Calculus
PH# (3) Philosophical Ethics (PH-E) core course*
PHYS 272# (3) General Physics II
PHYS 272L# (1) General Physics II Lab
ENGR 201+# (3) Statics
ME 201C+# (1) Student Design Lecture

Year Two – Summer

ME 201C+# (1) Student Design Lab

Year Three – Fall

  (3) Fine Arts (FNA), Advanced History (HI-2), or Advanced Literature (LT-2) core course which is also WI and DSINQ (HI-322 recommended) *
TRS (3) Advanced Theology/Religious Studies (TRS-2) core course*
  (3) Introductory Social Science (SS-1) core course in second discipline*
ENGR 202+# (3) Dynamics
ME 341+# (3) Thermodynamics

Year Three – Spring

MA 418# (3) Stochastic Modeling
ENGR 203+# (3) Mechanics of Materials
ENGR 206+# (3) Fundamentals of Electrical Engr.
ENGR 460+# (3) Engineering Economy
ME 322+# (3) Design of Machinery

Year Four – Fall

LS 300 (3) Liberal Studies Readings and Portfolio Development*
MATH 266+# (3) Elementary Differential Equations*
ME 301+# (3) Materials Science
ME 306+# (3) Fluid Mechanics
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective

LS 300: WI course

MATH 266 transfers as MA 325: DSINQ course

Year Four – Spring

  (3) Advanced Social Science (SS-2) core course*
  (3) Fine Arts (FNA), Advanced History (HI-2), or Advanced Literature (LT-2) core course in second discipline*
ME 418+# (3) Manufacturing Processes
ME 323+# (3) Machine Component Design
ME 323L+# (1) Machine Component Design Lab
ME 474+# (3) Fund. of Heat and Mass Transfer

Year Four – Summer

ME 418L++# (1) Manufacturing Processes Lab
ME 483++# (3) Mechanical Measurements Lab

Year Five – Fall

LS 400 (3) Internship*
ME 480+# (3) Mechanical Engr. Seminar
ME 487+# (2) Engineering Design
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective

LS 400: EXP course

Year Five – Spring

LS 420 (3) Senior Seminar*
ME 488+# (3) Engineering Design
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective

LS 420: DSINQ and WI course

Year One – Fall

DSC 201 (1) New Student Seminar*
CHM 151# (3) Principles of Chemistry I*
CHM 151L# (1) Principles of Chemistry I Lab*
EN 101 (3) Composition I*
MA 181# (4) Calculus I*
TRS 100 (3) Theological Inquiry*

CHM 151: NS core course

CHM 151L: NS lab core course

EN 101: WR core course

MA 181: MT core course (Not all students should begin with MA 181. Follow placement recommendations and advisor guidance in course selection.)

TRS 100: TRS-1 core course

Year One – Spring

MA 200# (3) Calculus II
MA 218# (3) Probability and Statistics
EN 102 (3) Composition II*
PH 100 (3) Introduction to Philosophy*
ME 101+# (3) Intro to Mechanical Engr.

EN 102: WR core course

PH 100: PH-1 core course

Year Two– Fall

PHYS 271# (3) General Physics I*
PHYS 271L# (1) General Physics I Lab
SOC 131 (3) Principles of Sociology*
EN (3) Introductory Literature (LT-1) core course*
HI (3) Introductory History (HI-1) core course* – HI-110 is recommended since it is pre-req to recommended HI-322
ENGR 200+# (2) Comp. App. In Engineering

PHYS 271: Second NS core course

SOC-131: GP; SS-1 core course

Year Two – Spring

MA 221# (4) Multivariable Calculus
PH# (3) Philosophical Ethics (PH-E) core course*
PHYS 272# (3) General Physics II
PHYS 272L# (1) General Physics II Lab
ENGR 201+# (3) Statics
ME 201C+# (1) Student Design Lecture

Year Two – Summer

ME 201C+# (1) Student Design Lab

Year Three – Fall

  (3) Fine Arts (FNA), Advanced History (HI-2), or Advanced Literature (LT-2) core course which is also WI and DSINQ (HI-322 recommended) *
TRS (3) Advanced Theology/Religious Studies (TRS-2) core course*
  (3) Introductory Social Science (SS-1) core course in second discipline*
ENGR 202+# (3) Dynamics
ME 341+# (3) Thermodynamics

Year Three – Spring

MA 418# (3) Stochastic Modeling
ENGR 203+# (3) Mechanics of Materials
ENGR 206+# (3) Fundamentals of Electrical Engr.
ENGR 460+# (3) Engineering Economy
ME 322+# (3) Design of Machinery

Year Four – Fall

LS 300 (3) Liberal Studies Readings and Portfolio Development*
MATH 266+# (3) Elementary Differential Equations*
ME 301+# (3) Materials Science
ME 306+# (3) Fluid Mechanics
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective

LS 300: WI course

MATH 266 transfers as MA 325: DSINQ course

Year Four – Spring

  (3) Advanced Social Science (SS-2) core course*
  (3) Fine Arts (FNA), Advanced History (HI-2), or Advanced Literature (LT-2) core course in second discipline*
ME 418+# (3) Manufacturing Processes
ME 323+# (3) Machine Component Design
ME 323L+# (1) Machine Component Design Lab
ME 474+# (3) Fund. of Heat and Mass Transfer

Year Four – Summer

ME 418L++# (1) Manufacturing Processes Lab
ME 483++# (3) Mechanical Measurements Lab

Year Five – Fall

LS 400 (3) Internship*
ME 480+# (3) Mechanical Engr. Seminar
ME 487+# (2) Engineering Design
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective

LS 400: EXP course

Year Five – Spring

LS 420 (3) Senior Seminar*
ME 488+# (3) Engineering Design
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective

LS 420: DSINQ and WI course


Marymount University Mathematics (B.S.) and UND Mechanical Engineering (B.S.)

Marymount University has an agreement with the University of North Dakota for students to earn both a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of North Dakota and a degree in Mathematics from Marymount University.  Students fulfill all requirements for both degrees while maintaining full-time status at Marymount University and enrolling in online courses at the University of North Dakota.  Tuition each semester is due to Marymount University.  This tuition covers Marymount courses as well as University of North Dakota courses.  University of North Dakota courses are delivered online during the academic year.  Students are required to complete three laboratory courses during two summers at the University of North Dakota. Interested students should work with their academic advisor at the beginning of their academic career to understand the full requirements of both programs.  The advisor will guide the student through the application process and subsequent registrations.  Application to the University of North Dakota occurs early during the fall semester of the first year.  For more information and details, please see Marymount University Partnership with University of North Dakota Engineering (p.72).

Sample Degree Plan — Marymount University Mathematics (B.S.) and UND Mechanical Engineering (B.S.)

Please note that this is a sample plan and requires 5 years; all students must consult with an advisor in making course selections.  Some courses are offered only every other year, and this plan assumes beginning in the fall of an odd year, but the program can be completed beginning any year.  Courses marked with + are completed online through UND.  Courses marked with ++ are completed in person at UND.   Courses marked with a # fulfill a requirement for the UND degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Click here to view the Sample Degree Plan

Answer

Year One – Fall

CNCT 100 (3) New Student Seminar*
CHM 151# (3) Principles of Chemistry I*
CHM 151L# (1) Principles of Chemistry I Lab*
EN 101 (3) Composition I*
MA 181# (4) Calculus I*
TRS 100 (3) Theological Inquiry*

CHM 151: NS core course

CHM 151L: NS lab core course

EN 101: WR core course

MA 181: MT core course (Not all students should begin with MA 181. Follow placement recommendations and advisor guidance in course selection.)

TRS 100: TRS-1 core course

Year One – Spring

MA 200# (4) Calculus II
MA 218# (3) Probability and Statistics
IT 130 (3) Java Programming
EN 102 (3) Composition II*
PH 100 (3) Introduction to Philosophy*
ME 101+# (3) Intro to Mechanical Engr.

EN 102: WR core course

PH 100: PH-1 core course

Year Two– Fall

MA 210 (3) Seminar with Introduction to Proofs through Discrete Math
PHYS 271# (3) General Physics I*
PHYS 271L# (1) General Physics I Lab
SOC 131 (3) Principles of Sociology*
HI (3) Introductory History (HI-1) core course*
TRS (3) Advanced Theology/Religious Studies (TRS-2) core course*
ENGR 200+# (2) Comp. App. In Engineering

PHYS 271: Second NS core course

SOC-131: GP; SS-1 core course

Year Two – Spring

MA 221# (4) Multivariable Calculus
MA 215 (3) Linear Algebra and Proof Techniques
PHYS 272# (3) General Physics II
PHYS 272L# (1) General Physics II Lab
EN (3) Introductory Literature (LT-1) core course*
ENGR 201+# (3) Statics
ME 201C+# (1) Student Design Lecture

Year Two – Summer

ME 201C+# (1) Student Design Lab

Year Three – Fall

MA 309 (1) Mathematics Seminar
MA 230 (3) Scientific Computing
MA 425 (3) Introduction to Real Analysis*
  (3) Introductory Social Science (SS-1) core course in second discipline*
ENGR 202+# (3) Dynamics
ME 341+# (3) Thermodynamics

MA 425: DSINQ and WI core course

Year Three – Spring

MA 257 (3) Introduction to Number Theory and Proof Techniques*
MA 418# (3) Stochastic Modeling
ENGR 203+# (3) Mechanics of Materials
ENGR 206+# (3) Fundamentals of Electrical Engr.
ENGR 460+# (3) Engineering Economy
ME 322+# (3) Design of Machinery

MA 257: DSINQ course

 

Year Four – Fall

MA 420 (3) Abstract Algebra*
MA 409 (1) Mathematics Seminar
MATH 266+# (3) Elementary Differential Equations*
ME 301+# (3) Materials Science
ME 306+# (3) Fluid Mechanics
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective

MA 420: DSINQ and WI course

MATH 266 transfers as MA 325: DSINQ course

 

Year Four – Spring

  (3) Advanced Social Science (SS-2) core course*
  (3) Fine Arts (FNA), Advanced History (HI-2), or Advanced Literature (LT-2) core course in second discipline*
ME 418+# (3) Manufacturing Processes
ME 323+# (3) Machine Component Design
ME 323L+# (1) Machine Component Design Lab
ME 474+# (3) Fund. of Heat and Mass Transfer

 

Year Four – Summer

ME 418L++# (1) Manufacturing Processes Lab
ME 483++# (3) Mechanical Measurements Lab

 

Year Five – Fall

  (3) Fine Arts (FNA), Advanced History (HI-2), or Advanced Literature (LT-2) core course*
MA 400 (3) Internship*
ME 480+# (3) Mechanical Engr. Seminar
ME 487+# (2) Engineering Design
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective

MA 400: EXP course

 

Year Five – Spring

PH# (3) Philosophical Ethics (PH-E) core course*
ME 488+# (3) Engineering Design
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective
Tech Elect. +# (3) ME Technical Elective