Transferability to EERE

Transfer to Oregon Tech


Oregon Tech welcomes applications from transfer students who have previously earned college-level credit from regionally accredited institutions of higher education. At least 36 quarter credits (24 semester credits) are required to be admitted on the basis of college record alone.

  • Transfer applicants must have a cumulative 2.25 GPA or better in college-level classes unless they hold an associate or bachelor's degree already, in which case, only a cumulative 2.0 GPA is required.
  • In order to be admitted to Oregon Tech, transfer applicants must complete the equivalent of MATH 95 Intermediate Algebra (or higher) and WRI 115 Introduction to Writing (or higher) with grades of C- or better.
  • Applicants who do not have an associate or bachelor's degree must have at least 36 quarter credits. No more than three of these credits can be in Physical Education and no more than ten percent of an applicant's total credits may be in Physical Education.

Records from all post-secondary institutions must be submitted for consideration. Applicants who graduated from high school after 1996 must also submit official high-school transcripts, unless they have completed two terms of college-level study in a second language.

Course Transferability


Post-Baccalaureate (post-bac) students in the EERE department with a prior Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree will receive credit for the following courses:

  • SPE 111 Fundamentals of Speech
  • SPE 321 Small Group and Team Communication
  • WRI 121 English Composition
  • WRI 122 English Composition
  • WRI 227 Technical Writing*
  • 3 credits of Advanced Writing Elective
  • 9 credits of Humanities Electives
  • 6 credits of Social Sciences Electives

*WRI 227 Technical Writing is recommended for post-bac students with prior degrees in non-technical areas and international students.

Students from partner community colleges must fill out the Notification of Intention to Use Articulation Agreement if planning on using an Articulation Agreement.

Transfer students from other colleges and universities should consult the Transfer Equivalencies link to find out which courses are equivalent to Oregon Tech courses. Not all transferable courses satisfy the requirements for the BSREE degree.

Transferability to BSEET


Students that have completed an accredited Associates degree in Electronics Engineering Technology, Microelectronics Technology, or related field can transfer to the EET program with Junior status. Students considering pursuing the BSEET degree at Oregon Tech should sign up for an Admissions Information session by calling 503.821.1250 or emailing wilsonville@oit.edu.

Our BSEET program has articulation agreements with:

Students from partner community colleges must fill out the Notification of Intention to Use  Articulation Agreement if planning on using an Articulation Agreement.


Upon completion of their AAS degree, students can transfer to Oregon Tech and in two more years complete the BS degree in Electronics Engineering Technology (BSEET). Please refer to the appropriate transfer guide for information on course transferability and sample 2+2 schedules. It is recommended that students start the advising process with Oregon Tech right after they complete the first year of their AAS degree in order to start the admission application for Oregon Tech.

Early Oregon Tech admission will make you eligible to apply for scholarships and financial aid at Oregon Tech.

Accreditation

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Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET

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