Engineering (Pre) Transfer

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Cowley College’s engineering transfer program offers a core of courses designed to prepare students for an engineering program at a four-year college or university, where they may major in chemical engineering or manufacturing engineering, for example.

Cowley College offers an Engineering (Pre) Transfer program for students interested in pursuing a degree in engineering. This program covers foundational subjects like chemistry, mathematics, and physics, providing students with the necessary knowledge and skills for the field. With the rapid advancement of technology, the demand for engineering specialists is expected to increase, making this a valuable program for students to consider.

Cowley College has a transfer agreement with Wichita State University, allowing students to seamlessly transfer their credits towards a degree in Industrial Engineering, Product Design and Manufacturing Engineering, or Electrical Engineering.

The program is offered at two locations: Mulvane and Arkansas City. Students can choose from various degree options. The coursework includes courses in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Manufacturing Engineering. Students can also take advantage of scholarship and financial aid opportunities, as well as get involved in Cowley Student Life.

Pre Engineering (AS)

PRE Engineering (AS) WSU Articulated

Engineering Technology (AS)


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430 E. Main Street
Mulvane, KS 67110
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125 S. 2nd Street
Arkansas City, KS 67005


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  • Associate of Science Degree Pre-Engineering
  • Associate of Science Degree Pre-Engineering (Articulated with Wichita State University)
  • Associate of Science Degree Pre-Engineering Technology (PSU/OSU)

Associate of Science Degree Requirements — Wichita State University 2+2 Pathways

  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering

Emphasis Courses

  • Intro to Engineering
  • Engineering Physics I
  • Engineering Physics II