Clarion University’s academic structure has recently been reorganized. The information on these pages is valid for students who began their degrees prior to fall 2014.
For students looking for information about degrees in the new academic structure, it can be found on the college web pages:
A new catalog reflecting the reorganized academic structure will be available this fall. Curricular questions should be directed to your academic advisor.
Clarion University has cooperative engineering agreements with the School of Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh and with the Case Institute of Technology of Case Western Reserve University. Students in this program attend Clarion for three years and one of the engineering schools for two years, earning a B.S. degree in physics, chemistry, or mathematics from Clarion and an engineering degree from the engineering school. Students with a cumulative 3.0 QPA are virtually guaranteed admission to the engineering school. Students with a cumulative QPA between 2.75 and 3.0 are considered for admission to the engineering school.
See also Pre-professional Studies in Engineering.