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Admissions to the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

 

Mathematics is the language of Engineering and Applied Sciences,
and serves as the basis for where students begin their academic career. 

Pathways to WMU Engineering and Applied Sciences
• All Engineering programs require four (4) Calculus courses.
Engineering Technology programs require a minimum of Pre-Calculus and Calculus I.
Computer Science requires at least 15 credits of Calculus I and above.

Your ACT- or SAT-Math score determines your starting point:
(Other factors, such as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and dual enrollment credits may also be used.)

If you score MATH ACT 27 or higher or MATH SAT 610 or higher
then you are ready to start...
Calculus I or higher: Student begins Calculus I in Pre-Engineering, Pre-Engineering Technology or Computer Science curriculum.
If you score MATH ACT 25-26 or MATH SAT 560-609
then you are ready to start...
Pre-Calculus: Student begins Pre-Calculus in Pre-Engineering, Pre-Engineering Technology or Computer Science curriculum.
If you score MATH ACT 20-24 or MATH SAT 460-559
then you are ready to start...
Algebra II: Student begins CEAS Exploratory. Must pass Algebra II with a B or better in no more than two (2) attempts before advancing to Pre-Engineering, Pre-Engineering Technology, or Computer Science curriculum.
If you score MATH ACT below 19 or MATH SAT below 460
then you are ready to start...
Algebra I or Computational Math Skills:
Student placed in Exploratory Advising through the Center for Academic Success Programs at WMU. Must pass Algebra I with a B or better in no more than two (2) attempts before advancing to CEAS Exploratory.

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