Engineering is an exciting major in terms of professional career opportunities, job satisfaction and compensation. Career options exist in many engineering fields including: Aerospace, Biological, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Irrigation, Manufacturing, Materials, Mechanical and Systems. The Pre-Engineering program at UVU has been created for students who plan to complete the first two to three years of their engineering education at UVU and then transfer to a baccalaureate university to complete their engineering degree. With adequate planning, Pre-Engineering course work completed at UVU will transfer to all of the Utah universities with baccalaureate engineering degrees.
All students who declare Pre-Engineering as their major are automatically accepted into Pre-Engineering status. After completion of the Pre-Engineering program at UVU, the student applies for professional status at an institution of the student’s choice. Students can choose from two degree plans. The Associate of Pre- Engineering degree is comprised of those math, science, and engineering courses normally taken by first and second year students in a four year program, along with a small number of general education courses.
Learn more about the pre-engineering program.
The staff in the Academic Counseling Center (ACC) are dedicated to student success. Meeting with your major advisor each term can save you time and money. Find your major advisor now.