Wayland has dual degree programs with other colleges in the areas of engineering and computer science.
In essence, a student spends three years at Wayland taking mathematics, science, and core requirements. Along with some summer work, the ﬁnal two years to two and a half years are spent at an Engineering school (like West Texas A&M or Texas Tech) taking engineering/computer science classes. Enough hours from the Engineering school are transferred to Wayland to allow a student to obtain a B.S. in mathematics (with a minor in engineering or computer sciences from Wayland) at the same time as their B.S. in a speciﬁc ﬁeld of engineering (civil, electrical, etc.) or computer science from the other university.
Engineering is a ﬁve-year course of study and this program gives an attractive way to receive two degrees while completing most core and mathematics courses in a small college setting. Because this is a dual degree program, the degree from Wayland must be completed in the same year and term as the degree from the other university.