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Engineering Transfer Program

There will be many jobs for engineers during the next decade. However, your engineering specialization may determine such things as the geographic area where work may be found, salaries, job conditions, and tasks that will challenge you. Engineers earn considerably more than other people who enter a career path with just a bachelor's degree. Sometimes this can be as much as 75-100% more per month depending on geographic location and engineering specialty.

Engineering education is divided into such fields as aeronautical, agricultural, biomedical, chemical, civil, electrical, environmental, industrial, mechanical, nuclear, and petroleum. Additional information on various engineering specialties can be obtained from the American Society for Engineering Education.

An engineering degree can also open doors to other professions such as medicine, business administration, law, computer development or others. Or you may also wish to pursue further education and obtain a master's or doctoral degree in engineering.

Courses offered at Washburn University that are required by, and transfer to, most four-year engineering institutions include:

  • Fundamentals of Chemistry I & II
  • General Physics I & II
  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry I, II & III
  • Differential Equations
  • Mathematical Statistics I & II
  • Engineering Mechanics – Statics
  • Engineering Mechanics – Dynamics
  • Engineering Mechanics of Materials
  • Thermodynamics
  • Freshman Composition
  • Advanced Composition
  • Public Speaking
  • Business and Technical Writing
  • Computer Programming
  • Humanities and Social Science Electives

Financial Aid

Washburn University has numerous scholarship opportunities available to students. Scholarships reserved exclusively for pre-engineering students are also available. Additional financial assistance through other scholarships, grant-in-aid, student loans, and work opportunities are available. All scholarships require completion of the Washburn University Scholarship Application. Detailed information is available from the Financial Aid Office here at Washburn University.

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Physics & Astronomy Department
Stoffer Science Hall, Room 210
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621

Phone & Email
Phone: 785.670.2141
Fax: 785.670.1098
physics@washburn.edu
engineering@washburn.edu

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