Dual Degree Plan in Mathematics and Engineering

Edward Waters College (EWC) is in partnership with Florida A & M University-Florida State University (FAMU-FSU) College of Engineering and University of Central Florida (UCF) to provide the Dual Degree Math and Engineering Program. The Dual Degree Program is supported by the Department of Army, Army Research, and the Development and Engineering Command Acquisition Center.

With this partnership, a student matriculates three years at EWC and two years at FAMU-FSU College of Engineering or at UCF College of Engineering. A student will receive from 90 to 105 credit hours in major and supportive courses along with EWC Core Curriculum at EWC. Students may choose to complete two to three years of study at FAMU-FSU to earn an additional 72 to 76 credit hours. Upon completion of the Dual Degree Program, the student receives a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Mathematics from EWC and Bachelor's of Science Degree in Engineering from FAMU-FSU. UCF requirements are slightly different from FAMU-FSU requirements. A student must consult with Department Chairman before he/she enrolls in the Dual Degree Engineering Program.

Major Courses

MAT 271 Calculus with Analytical Geometry I
MAT 272 Calculus with Analytical Geometry II
MAT 290 Intro. Set Theory/Logic
MAT 302 Elementary Linear Algebra
MAT 305 Probability and Statistics
MAT 310 Calculus III
MAT 401 Abstract Algebra
MAT 402 Differential Equations
MAT 470 Mathematical Seminar

Supportive Courses

BIO 252 General Biology II
CHE 251 General Chemistry I
MAT 201 History of Mathematics
MAT 251 Trigonometry
MAT 255 Pre-Calculus
MAT 260 Elementary Statistics
MAT 363 Numerical Analysis
PHY 271 College Physics I with Calculus
PHY 272 College Physics II with Calculus

Elective and Optional Courses for Dual Degree Engineering

PHY 332 Electronics
PHY 340 Electrical Circuit Theory
PHY 341 Electricity and Magnetism
CIS 352 Object Oriented C++ Programming
SOS 260 Social Science