Engineers are responsible for some of the greatest inventions and technology the world depends on. Industries as diverse as banking, manufacturing, medicine, aerospace, and defense rely on the analytical skills engineers possess.
Combine a liberal arts and sciences education with the technical aptitude gained by attending Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) prestigious engineering program.
Gain a competitive advantage over other engineering graduates with an expanded range of skills sought after by prospective employers as well as graduate schools.
Benefit from Florida Southern’s supportive, personalized environment and develop the skills and confidence needed for success in engineering.
Gain hands-on research experience in a wide range of disciplines including robotics, genetics, physics, or chemistry.
Combine a liberal arts degree with an engineering curriculum to create a unique curriculum.
When you participate in the pre-engineering program at Florida Southern, you can combine a prescribed set of courses in math and science with any major you choose. Pre-engineering students will most often choose to pursue a degree in:
After completing your major requirements along with the pre-engineering courses*, you will move to WUSTL (depending whether you do a 3-2 or a 4-2 schedule) to complete your engineering degree. You can choose the following engineering programs at WUSTL:
Hear from college leadership, faculty, and staff as you learn more about life and learning at Florida Southern College. Academic showcases spanning the breadth of the college's academic offerings will provide you with opportunities to learn more about the Pre-Engineering program.
All domestic freshman applicants to Florida Southern College’s full-time degree programs must submit the following information:
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