Highlights of BPM in Engineering

the bachelor's plus master's program helps you stay on track
  • Complete your Bachelor's and Master's degrees in 5 years
  • Start part-time or full-time research your junior year
  • Become full-time graduate student your fifth year
  • Courses in energy, polymers, bioengineering, corrosion, composites, nanomaterials, combustion, environmental, management, electro-optics, robotics and petroleum
  • Qualify for full tuition and stipend in final year
  • Multidisciplinary faculty funded through government and industry
partake in exciting research while preparing for the future

You can be a part of the state-of-the-art research occurring currently at Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) and the University of Dayton's Research Institute (UDRI).

Join the program with a proven track record

Our graduates go on to top industrial positions with salaries well above the national average.  See what our graduates have said about our program by visiting What our Participants Say.

What our Participants Say

The Bachelor's Plus Master's Program will provide you with the blueprint to success as it has for many others before!

Chad Burton, B.S. plus M.S. in Civil Engineering

Chad was a three-year starter for the men's football team and a two-time member of ESPN The Magazine All-District Second Academic Team. Chad Burton exemplifies the high-performing student athlete. His research focused on using finite element modeling to examine high-speed contact friction wear. Chad is currently employed by GPD Associates in Columbus, Ohio, as a structural engineer.

Fiona Martin, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering plus M.S. in Renewable and Clean Energy

Fiona was the lead engineer at the UD Building Energy Center and performed energy assessments for commercial buildings. She was the first graduate of our Renewable and Clean Energy M.S. program. Fiona is now LEED AP O+M certified and a project engineer for Grumman/Butkus Associates in Chicago, Illinois.

Jody Schroeder, B.S. in Chemical Engineering plus M.S. in Materials Engineering

Jody was awarded an OSGC Research Fellowship, received first place in the SAMPE University Research Symposium and performed NSF sponsored research in Germany. Her research involved the use of white light interference profilometry to develop a nondestructive method to predict instability of loaded cracks. Jody is employed by P&G. 

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