Mathematics, Science and Engineering (MSE)
The Mathematics, Science and Engineering (MSE) Program is designed to meet the needs of highly talented students wishing to pursue an accelerated curriculum with emphasis on mathematics, science, and engineering. MSE graduates typically earn between one and two years of college credit and take Pre-Calculus, Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus, Calculus II, Calculus III, and Differential Equations I and II. Students conduct scientific research, take introductory courses in mechanical, civil, and electrical engineering, and participate in two, three-week FAU Engineering Scholars Program in engineering and computer science, for which they earn college credit. In addition, students sit for AP Exams in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Calculus and several liberal arts related subjects of their choosing. Entering grade 9 students applying to MSE must meet the following criteria: 3.0 Academic GPA AND Algebra I & II Honors and Geometry Honors required.
In-House (You can only apply to the in-house program if you reside in the school zone)
Choice Booklet FY23