University partnership expands opportunities for engineering students

10/17/2013 | St. Louis Beacon

Students who need a work-life balance and who are first-generation college students are able to pursue an engineering degree that offers a flexible schedule and competitive pricing, thanks to a partnership between Washington University and the University of Missouri at St. Louis. Students pursuing a degree as part of the public-private partnership graduate with a UMSL degree, but have access to Washington University resources, all for about $9,000, compared to $40,000 for a traditional Washington University degree.

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