The Engineering Transfer Program allows you to complete the basic courses required for transfer into a university or college engineering program where you can earn your bachelor’s degree. The program’s emphasis is on the completion of math and science sequences as well as arts & humanities, and social & behavioral sciences electives.
To ease the transfer process, we recommend that if you expect to transfer to a four-year institution, you should seek out the necessary information and advice from both your Washington State advisor and the prospective receiving institution(s). When you graduate, you will be able to transition into programs for mechanical, chemical and electrical engineering at four-year institutions.
Completion of the Associate Science Degree in Engineering Transfer meets the criteria of the Ohio Transfer Module. This guarantees the application of 36-40 semester hours to the general education requirements of all state supported institutions in Ohio. Receiving institutions are encouraged to award preferential consideration for admission to students who complete this module.