About the Pre-Engineering Program
Heritage University's Pre-Engineering program trains students looking to become certified engineers and prepares them for successful transfer to a four-year program at any Washington university. Heritage's Pre-Engineering program takes two to three years to complete depending on students math and science background.
What could I do with a Pre-Engineering associate degree from Heritage?
The Heritage Pre-Engineering graduate will be prepared to pursue the discipline-specific B.S. degree field in either civil, mechanical or electrical engineering. Upon completion of one of these three paths, the student will be completing the first stage toward their engineering licensing, the Engineer in Training certification national requirement.
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