Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech), the only public polytechnic university in the Pacific Northwest, has established locations throughout the state of Oregon in Klamath Falls, Wilsonville, Salem, and La Grande. The university offers a wide range of degree programs in Engineering, Information Technology, Business, Health Professions, Natural Sciences, and Communication Studies.
Oregon Tech offers a quality education with small class sizes and a low student to faculty ratio of 14:1. Our graduates enjoy a 87 percent graduate success rate (employed or continuing education within six months after graduation) and earn an average starting salary of $56,000 per year.
This institution offers the WUE rate to transfer students.
The WUE tuition rate applies to the majors listed below. If the major is not listed here, it is not eligible for the WUE rate:
|Program Name||Degree Type(s)|
|Allied Health Management||BS|
|Computer Engineering Technology||BS|
|Dual Electrical/Optical Engineering||BS|
|Electronics Engineering Technology||BS|
|Embedded Systems Engineering Technology||BS|
|Emergency Medical Services||BS|
|General Studies||No Degree|
|Health Care Management||BS|
|Information Technology/Accounting Option||BS|
|Information Technology/Application Development or Business/Systems Analysis||BS|
|Information Technology/Health Informatics Option||BS|
|Management - Accounting Option||BS|
|Management - Marketing Option||BS|
|Management - Small Business Option||BS|
|Manufacturing Engineering Technology||BS|
|Mechanical Engineering Technology||BS|
|Population Health Management||BS|
|Renewable Energy Engineering||BS|
|Software Engineering Technology||BS|
|Technology and Management||BS|
Oregon Tech does not require a separate application for WUE. Students from WUE participating states who enter eligible programs will be reviewed for the WUE tuition rate automatically upon admission to Oregon Tech.
WUE recipients are required to take at least 12 credits per term at Oregon Tech and must remain continuously enrolled throughout fall, winter and spring of the academic year.
Students who are simultaneously admitted to Oregon Tech and a community college to allow dual enrollment must take at least nine credits per term from Oregon Tech with a combined total of at least 12 credits. GPA and completed credits are monitored each academic year.Contact Information