Dual Degree in Mathematics and Engineering
Get the best of both worlds with a dual degree from TWU and UNT
In collaboration with the University of North Texas (UNT), TWU offers a dual degree option in mathematics and engineering. This program will allow you to attend both universities simultaneously and graduate with a bachelor of science (BS) in mathematics from TWU as well as a bachelor of science (BS) in biomedical, electrical, materials science, or mechanical and energy engineering from UNT.
What to expect
- A well-rounded education in mathematics and the engineering field of your choice.
- Strengthened career prospects and proven proficiency in your area of interest.
- Combined faculty expertise from two award-winning universities.
- A network of accomplished alumni who are successfully pursuing careers in mathematics and engineering.
- Specialized mentorship for women entering STEM fields.
- A prime location that provides unlimited internship and job opportunities.
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Our dual degree program will provide you with a broad range of skills and knowledge leading to advanced degrees and careers in the following areas, among many others.
|Profession||2016 median salary||Entry-level education|
|Biomedical engineer||$85,620||Bachelor's degree|
|Electrical or electronics engineer||$96,270||Bachelor's degree|
|Materials engineer||$93,310||Bachelor's degree|
|Mechanical engineer||$84,190||Bachelor's degree|
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
TWU and UNT are both very unique, and learning in both types of classrooms made me a well-developed professional. As a woman in a male-dominated field, TWU gave me the strength and leadership skills to be confident in any professional setting, while UNT gave me the technical skills necessary to contribute to my profession in meaningful ways.
Program highlights: My dual degree really helps me stand out. It shows employers how well I manage my time and my eagerness to learn in different environments.
The opportunity to fully immerse myself into two different campus communities and two different STEM fields was extremely beneficial, and the support I received from faculty and staff was outstanding. They guided me on my educational path, and then set me up for long-term success in both my career and my personal life.
Program highlights: Through each of my internships, I was able to test the waters and gain practical experience, which increased my chances of getting a job after graduation.
To enroll in the TWU/UNT dual degree program, apply to each university separately. Visit both of the admissions links below to get started on your applications.
Are you interested in learning more about our dual degree option? Do you have questions about the application process or would you like additional guidance from program faculty?
Contact Don Edwards, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of the TWU Department of Mathematics and Computer Science via email, DEdwards@twu.edu, or by phone, 940-898-3275.
Page last updated 11:59 AM, June 27, 2018