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How is engineering at Vandy? Particularly interested in ChemE and BME.
It also says in the website that it's possible to get a double major or major/minor in engineering fields. Anyone who has done this? I know it's going to be hard, but is it doable in 4 years?
How are students affected by the lack of co-op programs? How is job placement? Do a lot of companies come to Vandy to recruit?
Does Vandy have a 4+1 program where it's possible to get a bachelors and masters in BME in 5 years?
Lastly, what is the reputation of Vandy (in the south and elsewhere)? I realize the rank of the engineering school is quite low.
Oh and when they say I've been admitted to the school of engineering, it doesn't mean I have to stick with the major I wrote in my application as my prospective major right? I can switch to another major under the same school (VUSE)?