If you’re planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering, you can earn an Engineering associate degree for transfer at a college of DCCCD.
Richland College offers Associate of Science Degrees in Computer/Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering Technology, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Software Engineering to transfer to specified Texas public universities.
Richland, Cedar Valley and Mountain View Colleges offer an Associate of Science Degree in Pre-Mechanical Engineering to transfer to specified Texas public universities.
Students who complete their associate degree with a GPA of 2.50 with no grade below that of "C" and who meet all admissions requirements will be accepted to the bachelor's program in the designated field at participating Texas public universities.
See the chart of all Engineering degrees for transfer at colleges of DCCCD to specified Texas public universities.
A Mechanical Engineering Transfer Compact is in place for students wishing to transfer to B.S. programs in Mechanical Engineering in specified Texas universities. Students who wish to pursue the AAS degree in Pre-Mechanical Engineering (PMENG) through the compact agreement must complete all course requirements of the PMENG program to satisfy the criteria needed for admission into the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering program.
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Mechanical Engineering Transfer Compact.
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CareerOneStop gives detailed information about the skills, abilities and work activities of the following engineering careers in Texas that require at least a bachelor's degree: