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Transferring to Oregon Institute of Technology

Oregon Institute of Technology

Oregon Tech’s main campus is in Klamath Falls, and their residential campus is in Wilsonville. Oregon Tech’s focus is on applied technologies, engineering, health professions, applied sciences, and management. Tech offers 32 degree options to their student body of about 4,300. Oregon Tech visits throughout the year – see events and school visits. We have a dual enrollment agreement with Oregon Tech. See how many credits you’ll need, GPA requirements, and how to apply on Oregon Tech’s Transfer Admissions site.

Classes you can take at PCC

General education classes

If you have an AAOT degree or an ASOT-B degree, you’ll have met Oregon Tech’s general education requirements. If you transfer without one of those degrees, you can check course-by-course to see how your general education classes will transfer.

Major-specific classes

Oregon Tech has Transfer Guides just for PCC students! Just choose PCC on the drop down to see guides for:

Dental Hygiene, Electronics Engineering Technology, Information Technology, Medical Imaging Technology, Paramedic Program, Renewable Energy Engineering, Respiratory Care, and Software Engineering Technology.

If you don’t see your specific degree listed, contact an advisor from your program at Oregon Tech and ask them to create an advising guide for your program.

Adult Degree Completion Programs

Adult Degree Completion Programs are designed for the working professional who wants to complete their bachelor degree and needs classes in the evenings, weekends, and online. Adult Degree Programs are accelerated and often, some credit can be earned for life and work experience.

Information on Adult Degree Completion Programs at Oregon Tech

Dental Hygiene

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Echocardiography

Health Care Management

Radiologic Science

Respiratory Care

Vascular Technology

Heads up! We do our best to keep this site current, but transfer requirements tend to change without warning. Always check with an advisor at your transfer school before making your final decision about classes.