Cuesta’s Engineering program provides a foundation of mathematics, chemistry, physics, and engineering courses necessary to transfer to a four-year institution and complete a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Students should consult the institution to which they wish to transfer for specific lower division requirements.
People working in the field of engineering and related technical fields “bridge the gap” between scientific principles and the application of these principles to the needs of society. An engineer uses experience and judgment, as well as advanced training in engineering, science, and mathematics, to formulate ideas and designs, and to determine standards, specifications, work orders and schedules so that projects can be economically beneficial to mankind. Engineering offers diverse and exciting job opportunities for people with mathematical, scientific, and technical skills.
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ENGAGE Scholarship and Mentoring Program is a partnership program between Cuesta College, Cal Poly SLO, and Allan Hancock College for engineering and computer science students.