Engineering Transfer at Red Rocks Community College

Start your Engineering Pathway at Red Rocks

Red Rocks offers an Associate of Science with an Engineering emphasis. Student are encouraged to meet with a Red Rocks advisor to declare the A.S. Engineering emphasis in order to receive important program information about courses, events, transfer advising, internships and more.

In a special agreement with Colorado School of Mines, Red Rocks students can take 60+ credit hours that will transfer directly upon acceptance to Mines. Scholarships to support transfer to Mines are also available. Students who plan to transfer to the Colorado School of Mines should consult the transfer agreement course matrix.

Interested in CU-Boulder? Check out the RRCC to CU-Boulder Transfer Pathway in Engineering. Explore other transfer options here.

Questions? Please contact Liz Cox for more information

Join the Engineering Academy at Red Rocks Community College

The Engineering Academy supports students to transfer into a four-year engineering or computer science degree. 

Nervous about your engineering studies or transfer pathway? Joining the Engineering Academy is one of the best ways to ensure you get the support you need to succeed. This community takes the guesswork out of course selection and helps you reach your academic goals.  Through advising, mentoring, career development and engineering skill-building, the Engineering Academy prepares students for careers in the rapidly changing world of work.

Benefits to joining the Engineering Academy include:

  • Support through Engineering Transfer Workshops
  • Assistance with scholarships, internships and research
  • Field Trips to industry and universities
  • Opportunities for professional networking

Want more information? Please complete the Engineering Academy Interest Form.

Gain Engineering Skills in the IDEA Lab

The IDEA Lab is the center of engineering activities. The Lab offers a makerspace with 3D printers, tools, and prototyping equipment, as well as workshops ranging from soldering to programming Raspberry Pis. Students are also involved in real world projects such as building land survey drones, designing water systems for communities in Africa, or participating in STEM outreach at local schools. Any RRCC student can become an IDEA Lab user - it is free and required.

building an aquaponics system

students build CNC machine

engineering project

Congratulations to Harvey Scholars

The Harvey Family Foundation has granted scholarships to assist Red Rocks students on their pathway to being our country's next great engineers. Harvey Scholars at Red Rocks are full-time students committed to completing their engineering degree at Colorado School of Mines. Application to the Harvey Scholarship is through the RRCC Foundation Scholarship Program.

Harvey Scholars