Pre-Engineering 2+2 Partner Programs

Pre-Engineering 2+2 Partner Programs

The College of Engineering has partnered with other Nebraska institutions of higher education to provide a variety of pathways for you to pursue your engineering education. The partner programs are structured so students who spend two years in the 2+2 program at a partner institution and two years in the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be eligible to attain a bachelor’s degree in engineering from UNL.

You will gain a strong background for engineering while taking the recommended general courses in physics, chemistry and math before transferring to UNL. You can then specialize in a wide variety of engineering fields such as agricultural, civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, or other discipline-specific areas.

Pre-Engineering 2+2 Programs

2+2 program

University of Nebraska at Kearney tracks:

Agricultural Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

University of Nebraska at Kearney
2+2 program

Wayne State College tracks:

Agricultural Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Wayne State College



Additional information about pathways can be obtained through the following resources: