The Xavier/Tulane 3 + 2 Engineering Program consists of:
This program is designed to give a solid academic background in the sciences and mathematics that are essential to persons who are interested in becoming engineers. At Xavier, students are provided with the counseling, academic, and other support services that will maximize their opportunity for completion of the first three years of the program. Students take three years of basic science, mathematics, engineering, and liberal arts courses. During this time, students also can take classes at Tulane through the consortium program. When the three-year program at Xavier is completed successfully, students transfer to Tulane to complete training in biomedical engineering (BME), chemical and biomolecular engineering (CBE) or Engineering Physics (ENGP). At Tulane, students will work with an advisor in their chosen major, a Newcomb Tulane College advisor, and other support services to ensure their success in the program. It is expected that students will, with normal course loads, be able to complete their undergraduate training in two years at Tulane.
To learn more about each of these programs, go to their websites:
Interested students should do the following to prepare for and apply to the program.