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Innovation in Engineering

Offered on the RELLIS and Brenham campuses, Blinn’s Associate of Science degree in Engineering provides the general education, mathematics, and science courses normally taken in the first two years of an engineering program at a four-year college or university while providing the flexibility for individual interests. Students who complete the Associate of Science degree are prepared for transfer to some of the state’s leading four-year engineering programs, including Lamar University, Texas A&M-Texarkana, Sam Houston State University, Texas Tech University, Tarleton State University, University of Houston, Texas A&M-Commerce, University of Texas at Arlington, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, University of Texas at Dallas, Texas A&M-Kingsville, and University of Texas at San Antonio.

Contact Us

Computer Lab
Engineering
Ashley Hermes, Engineering Programs Director
Phone: 979-830-4191
Email: ashley.hermes@blinn.edu

News

Blinn names 2,400 students to its fall 2021 chancellor's and deans' Blinn names 2,400 students to its fall 2021 chancellor's and deans'

1,089 students earn Chancellor's Scholar honors with GPAs of at least 3.75

Blinn engineering students put creativity and collaboration to work during robot battle Blinn engineering students put creativity and collaboration to work during robot battle

Blinn Engineering Program introduces students to the latest technology and lays groundwork for transfer opportunities

Through reverse transfer, Blinn College District students can earn their associate degree after transferring Through reverse transfer, Blinn College District students can earn their associate degree after transferring

Students can apply for reverse transfer through a simple online application

Blinn engineering students have seamless transfer pathway to UTSA Blinn engineering students have seamless transfer pathway to UTSA

Transfer Academy for Tomorrow's Engineers (TATE) offers students a seamless pathway to six UTSA engineering degree programs