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The dual degree program in mathematics and electrical engineering combines the strengths of Texas Woman’s University (TWU) and the University of North Texas to permit students to earn two degrees simultaneously while preparing for a professional career in engineering.
Undergraduate students attend TWU and UNT simultaneously. After completion of the program, students receive the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in mathematics from TWU and the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in electrical engineering from UNT.
Learn more about TWU’s Mathematics B.S. program and UNT’s Electrical Engineering B.S. program (link to B.S. program page).
Our graduates will have the basic experimental, design and communication skills needed either to continue on to the graduate level or to pursue careers in an extremely diverse field including government and industrial sectors, with job responsibilities in research, design, development and operations.
Electrical engineers work in companies that are developing:
And that's just a start. More and more of the objects in our world are powered by electrical engineers.