Students interested in this program must be majors in either Chemistry, Computer Science, or Mathematics at FSU. At the end of their first year of study, a student may apply for official admission into the FSU/NCSU Dual Degree Engineering Program. If the student meets the requirements, he/she will be admitted to the program and begin the course of study. For more information, refer to Admission Requirements.
Chemistry prepares students for careers as professional chemists, dentists, medical doctors, pharmacists, optometrists, and science educators, and for graduate or professional studies. This degree also can lead to earning a degree in chemical engineering.
Computer Science at FSU is accredited by CAC/ABET (the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc). This degree prepares students for careers as computer and information scientists, programmers, software engineers, systems analysts, database administrators, network and systems administrators, data communications analysts, and for graduate or professional studies. This degree also can lead to earning a degree in computer or electrical engineering.
Mathematics prepares students for careers as actuaries, operations research analysts, statisticians, economists, financial analysts, market and survey researchers, personal financial advisors, physicists and astronomers, and mathematics educators. This degree also can lead to earning a degree in civil engineering.