International German Engineering Program

condray thumbnailNew on campus this semester is the International Engineering Program. This exciting, dual-degree program is the result of a partnership between the Department of World Languages the College of Engineering, headed up by Dr. Kathleen Condray and Bryan Hill, assistant dean of student recruitment and diversity, honors and international programs in the College of Engineering. Find out more about this program from Research Frontiers, a special publication from the University of Arkansas.




Check out what students are saying about this great new program:

holly_holmes-smith_thumbnailHolly Holmes-Smith, Senior - Chemical Engineering & German

"I enrolled in German because it creates character, develops both sides of my brain, and it will create more job opportunities either in the United States or in Germany. Plus it is also fun."

connor_heo_thumbnailConnor Heo, Sophomore - Mechanical Engineering

"[This program] acts as a bridge between hard science and the humanities"

lauren_feekin_thumbnailLauren Feekin, Senior - Biomedical Engineering

"Studying German has given me more confidence in working anywhere in the world."

edgar_escala_thumbnailEdgar Escala, Senior - Electrical Engineering

"It opens a lot of doors. German is an important language in the business world."