You can begin your engineering career by taking the first three to four semesters of your bachelor’s degree at Johnson County Community College.
Four Year Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering
You can begin your engineering career by taking the first three to four semesters of your bachelor’s degree at Johnson County Community College. JCCC offers high-quality academic instruction in a fully accredited institution, at an affordable cost.
Before deciding which courses to take we strongly advise you to view our transfer information and to make an appointment with an academic counselor. JCCC has transfer guides to many four-year colleges and universities. The courses you take at JCCC are highly dependent on which school you wish to attend.
General Transfer Information
JCCC maintains over 200 transfer guides with various four-year university partners. A transfer guide is a resource for you to efficiently map out your academic plan.
These guides include course equivalents and general program, transfer and departmental contact information. We update these annually, however we urge you to also check university websites for the most recent transfer information.
We STRONGLY encourage you to meet with a JCCC counselor and an advisor from the respective university. JCCC provides opportunities for you to meet with advisors from four-year universities in the JCCC counseling center.
If you're planning to transfer to a four-year university you should:
- Start the transfer process early and plan ahead
- Be aware of specific GPA and admission requirements for different universities and programs
- Research important dates including application and scholarship deadlines
- Understand specific transfer policies such as how transfer GPA works and Pass/Fail policies
- Meet with a JCCC counselor for more help and information