Barnard, in collaboration with Columbia University, offers several opportunities to combine your undergraduate BA in Environmental Science or Biology with another degree.
BA/BS in Engineering (5 years)
The Combined Plan is an educational affiliation between Barnard College and the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) of Columbia University. The Combined Plan enables a student to devote three years to the study of liberal arts and sciences before transferring to SEAS for two years of engineering studies. This 3-2 (five-year) program leads to two degrees: the bachelor's degree from Barnard, and a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in engineering or applied science from Columbia University.
Required pre-engineering coursework:
The Full Sequence of Calculus (3-4 terms)
Ordinary Differential Equations
General Physics: Mechanics
Optics and Thermodynamics Electricity and Magnetism
Modern Physics (Not required for Civil, Industrial, and Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science)
One term of computer programming language
At least 28 points in the humanities and social sciences are required, including one term of Economics
Masters in International Affairs (5 years)
Students admitted into the joint program with the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) begin to take graduate level classes in their senior year at Columbia. Information on the application procedures is available at Columbia in 202 Hamilton.