Dual-Degree Engineering ESU Bachelor of Science Mathematics-Statistics Concentration
Dual-Degree Engineering ESU Bachelor of Science Mathematics-Statistics
The dual-degree program in engineering allows the student to complete all of the requirements for the degree of bachelor of science with a major in mathematics, including all major requirements as well as those in general education, in three years and a summer of residence at Emporia State University. All that remains after the third year is to meet the requirement of at least 120 semester hours to graduate. The dual-degree program permits the student to transfer back to Emporia State as many hours of engineering courses as are necessary to fulfill the 120-hour requirement, and suspends the residency rule that requires a student to be currently enrolled at the time of graduation.
A student can normally expect to graduate from ESU after his/her fourth year in college (and the first at the engineering school), and to receive the B.S. in engineering from either KSU or KU after the fifth year. The dual-degree is available in conjunction only with Kansas State University and The University of Kansas. Listed below are the curricula that should be followed by students in the dual-degree programs with a major in mathematics. For additional information about the engineering program see Physical Science/Engineering.
See complete degree requirements for the dual-degree in engineering program.