The Indiana Wesleyan University Pre-Engineering program is a prescribed set of coursework completed in two years, with the expectation that the student will subsequently transfer to an engineering school to finish a bachelor's degree in at most three more years. At any time during these two years, the student may alternatively choose to declare a related major and remain at IWU to finish a bachelor's degree.
IWU has an articulation agreement with LeTourneau University guaranteeing that students who satisfactorily complete the stated requirements at IWU will be admitted as engineering students at LeTourneau with academic credit for their IWU courses. Located in Longview, Texas, LeTourneau is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) and offers an exceptionally strong, fully accredited program that prepares graduates with a solid foundation in engineering theory and extraordinary design project experiences integrated throughout the curriculum. LeTourneau's laboratories have state-of-the-art equipment for each of the six engineering concentrations offered: biomedical, civil, computer, electrical, materials joining and mechanical. Graduates have a 95% placement rate into engineering positions, or they can complete a Master's Degree in Engineering, either at LeTourneau or elsewhere.
Students who complete the IWU Pre-Engineering program also have the option of applying for admission as transfer students to other engineering schools, or they may remain at IWU to complete a bachelor's degree in a related area such as Mathematics, Chemistry or Computer Science. Students should consult carefully with their Pre-Engineering advisor to ensure they enroll in the proper courses.
If you feel called to change the world for Christ through service in the engineering field, then we challenge you to consider the Pre-Engineering program at Indiana Wesleyan University.