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2016-2017 Bellingham Technical College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pre-Engineering: Mechanical, Manufacturing & Plastics Technology


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Overview

Pre-Engineering: Mechanical, Manufacturing & Plastics Technology

This direct transfer degree is designed for students planning to major in engineering technology at a Washington State college or university. Upon completion, students may transfer as a junior into engineering technology programs in mechanical, manufacturing, or plastics engineering technology.

In BTC’s program, you’ll study academic coursework in English, chemistry, physics, technology, and mathematics. You’ll also develop the communication skills you’ll need to succeed on engineering and development teams in a variety of industries.

Program Outcomes

Bellingham Technical College - Associate in Science-Transfer Degree (AS-T/MRP): Mechanical, Manufacturing or Plastics Engineering Technology

Upon completion of BTC’s Associate in Science AS-T/MRP: Mechanical, Manufacturing or Plastics Engineering Technology degree, students are eligible to transfer to Central Washington University (CWU), or Western Washington University (WWU) to complete one of their bachelors of science degrees.

At CWU students can work towards completion of a Mechanical Engineering Technology degree or the related Manufacturing Engineering Technology degree.

Please note: Admission into many schools is competitive and higher grade point averages and course grades are often required. Completion of the general Mechanical, Manufacturing or Plastics Engineering Technology AS-T/MRP degree does not necessarily satisfy all transfer requirements; some institutions may have additional course requirements. Check individual schools for the most up-to-date admission requirements and recommendations.

Degree and Certificate Requirements

Engineering Technology: Manufacturing AS-T/MRP Degree completion requires a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater and minimum grade of C/2.0 for required courses.

Program Entry Information

For questions, please contact Admissions at 360-752-8345 or e-mail us at Admissions

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