Earn Dual Degrees in Mathematics and Engineering with Our Pre-Engineering Partnerships
If you are interested in a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering that sets you apart, Webster University offers a dual-degree Pre-Engineering program that allows you to earn a BS in Mathematics through Webster, and a BS in Engineering from Washington University or Missouri S&T.
Our Pre-Engineering degree is a pre-professional 3-2 program designed to prepare students to study engineering at partner schools. Our Pre-Engineering majors typically spend three years at Webster completing the general education requirements and the necessary mathematics foundation for the engineering portion of the program. This is followed by two years at one of the partner engineering schools.
Students begin with a high-quality Pre-Engineering curriculum featuring a strong background in the humanities, mathematics and the natural and social sciences. The engineering programs at Washington University and Missouri S&T include Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Systems Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
Boost Your Mathematical Expertise Through Webster's Strong Pre-Engineering Program
As a graduate of Webster’s Mathematics Pre-Engineering program, you will demonstrate:
- Critical thinking skills in the area of mathematics
- The ability to solve problems related to the program content
- An in-depth knowledge of calculus
- Comprehension of a variety of mathematics, chosen from applied and/or theoretical topics
- Basic computer programming skills
Choose Webster for Your BS in Mathematics Pre-Engineering Degree
Learn From Faculty Mentors Who Are Mathematics Experts
As a Math major, you’ll learn from faculty members who are trained mathematicians and experts across a wide range of mathematics and related disciplines. Our BS in Mathematics instructors are dedicated to providing close personal attention in small classes, with a very low, 4-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio in upper-level courses.
Develop Real-World Insights Through Experiential Learning Opportunities
Webster’s Pre-Engineering curriculum allows you to gain industry experience and insights through valuable internship opportunities and experiential learning in classroom settings. Academic and internship advisors help our Pre-Engineering majors find internships with area businesses and organizations on the cutting edge of mathematics and related fields. Our students have benefitted from internships at the Saint Louis Science Center, Scottrade and other public and private organizations.
Earn Two Powerful Degrees in One Dual-Degree Program
Through Webster University’s Pre-Engineering curriculum in mathematics, you’ll develop powerful expertise in mathematics that will strengthen your preparation for earning your Engineering degree. Both Washington University in St. Louis and Missouri S&T in Rolla offer highly regarded bachelor’s degrees in Engineering. Your dual degrees in Mathematics and Engineering will set you apart and help you excel in an engineering career path of your choice.
BS in Mathematics (Pre-Engineering)
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What Can You Do With a Dual Degree in Mathematics and Engineering?
There is a wide variety of career paths in engineering. Depending on your engineering
focus or specialty, you might choose to pursue a career position such as:
- Electrical Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Process Engineer
- Biomedical Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Chemical Engineer
- Aerospace Engineer
- Computer Hardware or Software Engineer
Salary Information for Engineering Graduates
Engineering graduates enjoy strong earning power. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports annual median salaries for various engineering jobs , including:
- Aerospace Engineers: $122,270
- Biomedical Engineer: $97,410
- Chemical Engineer: $105,550
- Computer Hardware Engineer: $128,170
- Electrical Engineer: $101,780
- Mechanical Engineer: $95,300
Get Started on Your Your Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Pre-Engineering Degree
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