Purdue University has a dual degree agreement with Egypt University of Informatics (EUI). The aim is to grant students a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering, where students spend the first academic years at EUI and the last one at Purdue University. A few blended courses will also be taught remotely by Purdue faculty members that EUI students must attend during their years at EUI. Successful candidates will be granted bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering and computer engineering from Purdue’s Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. They will also be granted an EUI degree accredited by the Egyptian Supreme Council of the University.
Professional Master’s agreement in Information Security
The two institutions have also reached an agreement that allows EUI Computer Engineering students to obtain a professional master’s degree in information security (PMIS). This dual degree program offers students the unique opportunity to register for PMIS degree courses as blended courses. Students who fulfill the program requirements will receive a bachelor’s degree from EUI and a professional master's degree from Purdue.
Purdue University has an agreement with Feng Chia University (FCU) in Taiwan for a 2+2 Bachelor’s Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering. In the first two years, students study foundational and core courses in electrical and computer engineering at FCU. Upon completion of the program requirements, students spend years three and four at Purdue. Students who meet all the requirements of the four-year program earn a bachelor of science degree from FCU and a bachelor of science in either electrical engineering or computer engineering from Purdue. The curriculum is industry-relevant so that graduates can quickly apply their knowledge and skills at work.
Purdue University has an agreement with National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Taiwan for a 3+1+1 cooperative bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. Students admitted to the Purdue MS NCKU BS Dual Degree Programs complete the first three years of the four-year Bachelor of Science program at NCKU, then attend Purdue for the fourth year. Successful students are awarded Bachelor of Science degrees by NCKU and may obtain their master’s degrees with one additional year at Purdue. Participating NCKU departments include Mechanical Engineering (ME), Electrical Engineering (EE), and Computer Science Information Engineering (CSIE). Participating Purdue departments are the Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and Mechanical Engineering.