Oklahoma State University
Engineering a better world
Amplify your knowledge and voice in science and engineering at Oklahoma State University!
An engineering or science degree from Oklahoma State University will give you the tools, knowledge and hands-on experience to pursue bold research and bring your innovative vision to life. Here, you’ll join a community of scholars, leaders and problem solvers who are motivated to change the world.
Within the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT), you can choose from 16 undergraduate academic majors that provide hands-on learning opportunities to set you up for success within this ground-breaking industry. Our diverse research areas take an interdisciplinary approach and students often work alongside esteemed faculty and peers from other fields of study, often in partnership with major companies. EXCELSIOR, our unmanned systems research laboratory, and ENDEAVOR, our state-of-the-art, 72,000-sq. ft. undergraduate research laboratory, give you unprecedented access to cutting-edge technologies across disciplines.
Whether in the classroom, in the lab or as a member of CEAT’s more than 50 student organizations, you’ll join a community that values inclusivity and aims to provide a world-class experience for tomorrow’s leaders. Our programs continue to attract the best and brightest, including an ever-growing generation of women. In fall 2022, CEAT proudly welcomed its largest female class in school history.
But CEAT isn’t the only home to those pursuing careers in STEM at OSU. The College of Arts and Sciences offers degree programs in biology and biochemistry as well as applied statistics, computer science, physics, political science, and pre-medical science. In the College of Education and Human Sciences, you can immerse yourself in programs like applied exercise science, nutritional science, public health and human development, and family science.
The Ferguson College of Agriculture is embarking on new frontiers with a state-of-the-art teaching, research and Extension facility. The new home of OSU Agriculture will elevate the student experience and include a student success center, modern teaching and research labs, and interactive classrooms. As a Ferguson student, you can engage in pivotal research within areas like animal and food sciences, biosystems and agricultural engineering. OSU is also home to one of the finest veterinary medicine programs in the country that boasts exceptional student pass rates for the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE).
Whatever path you choose, OSU has the programs, faculty and resources for you to become a world-changing solution creator within the science and engineering field.
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OSU has a number of living learning programs that allow you to connect with others pursuing a similar academic program who share your interests. First-year students majoring in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology can live in the same residence hall and take advantage of mentor opportunities, free on-site tutoring, and regular interactions with CEAT faculty and staff.
“Oklahoma State has provided me with all the tools I need to succeed in my future career. Every step of the way, OSU has been available to help me excel—not only helping me through my education but also helping me prepare for employment after graduation. Two years in a row, OSU connected me with companies that allowed me to work full-time as a summer intern and gain firsthand experience all before earning my degree. I know that thanks to OSU, I’ll be well equipped for whatever is waiting for me in my future.”
"OSU allows anyone to come in and feel like family. Having alumni as leaders in the industry has completely changed my perspective about internships. The leadership experience I gained from student organizations at OSU helped me answer my interview questions and landed me my dream job after graduation."
"OSU gives so much opportunity—I can’t wait to graduate so I can help give some of it back one day."