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Oregon State University College of Engineering was created in 1889.

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If I understand the question correctly, you are asking if a Computer Science student should be enrolled in a Pre-Engineering program. Every university will be different. You should check with the Computer Science advisor for the university you plan to graduate from to be sure. In the case of Oregon State University, a student would be enrolled in the Pre-Engineering Program for the Freshman and Sophomore years, then apply for the College of Engineering "Pro-school".

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