Dual Degree Programs
Students enrolled in our dual degree programs have an opportunity to receive a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from two universities by studying at Michigan Tech and a partner university abroad. Michigan Tech has agreements with universities around the world to offer dual degree programs for both US and international students. Students enrolled in the program may be eligible to earn a degree from Michigan Tech and the international partner university by completing the requirements set forth by each of the institutions.
Michigan Tech is currently working with universities in China to develop a 2+2 program for incoming Chinese students. We do not have any programs for outgoing Michigan Tech students, at the moment.
Michigan Tech has agreements for the following programs,Transatlantic Master’s Degree in Forestry Resources (TMDFR) leading to a Dual Master’s degree for both incoming and outgoing students.
Transatlantic Master’s Degree in Forestry Resources (TMDFR)
TMDFR is a dual MS degree program established in partnership between American and European universities. It affords students the opportunity to earn two MS degrees in a two-year timeframe (four semesters) while studying at three universities: two semesters at Michigan Tech, one semester at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and one semester at the University of Helsinki. For more information, contact C. P. Joshi, program advisor, at 906-487-3480 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
INVOGE is a 2 year dual Masters in Geology funded by generous grants. The joint study program is a blend of existing courses at the four consortium institutions—Michigan Technological University, University at Buffalo (USA), University Blaise Pascal (France), and University of Milan Bicocca (Italy). For more information, please contact Prof. William I. Rose, INVOGE coordinator, at 906-487-2367 or email@example.com.