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Wake Forest Engineering?

teamanteaman Registered User Posts: 35 Junior Member
edited August 2009 in Wake Forest University
Looking at the majors, I see that Wake Forest offers biomedical engineering and general engineering. How good is its undergraduate engineering program? Is it hard to get in?
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Replies to: Wake Forest Engineering?

  • rockerguyasjrockerguyasj Registered User Posts: 561 Member
    I believe the Engineering program is not within the actual University. You major in Physics, and then transfer after 3 years to another university and work on both your BA and then get a MA in engineering at another university.
  • willmingtonwavewillmingtonwave Registered User Posts: 3,344 Senior Member
    Honestly, if I was interested in going into Engineering and I was absolutely sure of it, I would look elsewhere.
  • teamanteaman Registered User Posts: 35 Junior Member
    Oh, I'd have to do physics first then transfer. Well, thanks for the replies, might look somewhere else.
  • HucmenzuHucmenzu Registered User Posts: 75 Junior Member
    yeah u go to someplace like vanderbilt after 3 years. Me as a physics major, engineering is tempting but i wouldn't wanna transfer to other school just for that.
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