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Engineering Transfer Degree

If you want to get a four-year degree in engineering, the two-year Associate of Science Engineering Transfer degree program at Mt. Hood Community College is a great place to start. This program is designed to closely follow pre-engineering programs at Oregon’s public state universities so your credits can easily be transferred. It also meets the requirements for an Associate of Science degree.

The Experience

Program Details

This program is for students looking to continue their studies at one of Oregon’s state universities for a bachelor's degree. If you're looking to pursue further studies and a career in civil or mechanical engineering, this program is designed for you. Just make sure you meet with your advisor to create a plan that meets your needs and goals, including planning to transfer after two years at MHCC.

Your future

The Engineering Transfer degree from MHCC can give you the jump start you need to then complete your degree at a state university. Possible future careers include civil, industrial, or solar energy systems, just to name a few.

How To Get Started

You can start the Engineering Transfer degree program during any term. Students admitted to MHCC can sign up for classes in the program after reading, writing, and math placement requirements have been met.

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Learn more about courses and curriculum

Courses in the Engineering Transfer degree include chemistry, public speaking, writing, and calculus to name a few. Once completed, your credits can transfer to many state universities so that you can go on to get your bachelor's degree. 

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