Academic Partnerships

Rhodes offers several Dual Degree programs for students pursuing an undergraduate education in the liberal arts and sciences prior to earning a more technical or specialized degree.

Dual Degree in Engineering with Washington University
Students attend Rhodes for three to four years and then Washington University for two years of engineering study. Upon completion, students receive a bachelor’s degree from Rhodes and a second bachelor’s degree in engineering from Washington University.

Contact:Dr. Ann Viano
 901-843-3912


Dual Degree in Engineering with Christian Brothers University
Students attend Rhodes for three years, majoring in physics, chemistry or biochemistry/molecular biology, and then study a related engineering field for two years at CBU. Upon completion, students receive a bachelor’s degree from Rhodes and a second bachelor’s degree in engineering from CBU.

Contact:
 Dr. Ann Viano 
901-843-3912


BS/MS Degree in Biomedical Engineering with the University of Tennessee and University of Memphis
Students attend Rhodes for three years, majoring in chemistry or physics, and then study biomedical engineering at the University of Tennessee and University of Memphis for two years. Upon completion, students receive a BS degree from Rhodes and a MS degree in engineering from the University of Tennessee and University of Memphis Joint Program in Biomedical Engineering.

Contact:
 Dr. Ann Viano 
901-843-3912

The following programs take advantage of Rhodes′ relationship with Vanderbilt University:

Master of Education with Vanderbilt University
Students earn a graduate degree and professional educational licensure (elementary or secondary) in the Master of Education (M.Ed.) program at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. Interested students should apply during the spring semester of their junior year and, if admitted, will take classes at Peabody their senior year.

Contact:
 Dr. Natalie Person
 901-843-3988

Master of Science in Nursing with Vanderbilt University
The Rhodes-Vanderbilt Liberal Arts-Nursing Four-Two Program allows students to earn a bachelor’s degree at Rhodes and a master’s degree in nursing at Vanderbilt. A prospective nursing student completes all the requirements for a bachelor’s degree at Rhodes College and at the same time fulfills prerequisites for admission into the graduate program of Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. In the senior year at Rhodes, a student applies for admission to the Vanderbilt School of Nursing for study in one of the nursing specialty areas that it offers.

Contact: Dr. Alan Jaslow
 901-843-3602