Engineering a better world
Oklahoma State University offers students the opportunity to amplify their knowledge and voice in science and engineering.
An Engineering or Science degree from Oklahoma State University will give you the tools, knowledge, and hands-on experience to pursue bold research, turn innovative vision into reality, and change the world. With 27 degree options ranging from Electrical to Biosystems Engineering in the College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology (CEAT), students can find a program that fuels their passion.
CEAT has more than 50 student organizations that allow students to build professional and personal connections with their peers. While students can find like-minded individuals, life in CEAT is anything but cookie-cutter. Named one of 28 universities with an Exemplary Diversity and Inclusion program by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), OSU Science and Engineering programs foster inclusivity and provide a place for every voice to be heard. Students have the opportunity to belong and grow, learning from esteemed faculty from a variety of backgrounds.
But science courses and career paths aren’t limited to just CEAT at OSU. With an emphasis on an interdisciplinary approach, OSU researchers find frequent opportunities to work with students in other fields of study. At Excelsior, OSU’s new unmanned systems laboratory, and Endeavor—our one-of-a-kind, 72,000-sq. ft. hands-on laboratory—students delve into research from all angles as they work to develop cutting-edge technologies across disciplines, often in partnership with major companies.
In the College of Arts and Sciences, students can pursue research in every facet of 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, students can immerse themselves in programs like Family Sciences, Human Development, and Nutrition. CEAT also houses OSU’s prestigious Aerospace and Aviation programs, with the new Ray and Linda Booker Flight Center slated to open in fall 2021.
The Ferguson College of Agriculture, a national powerhouse that received one of the largest gifts in OSU history in 2020, offers students the opportunity to engage in pivotal research in everything from Animal and Food Sciences to Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering. OSU is also home to one of the finest colleges of veterinary medicine in the country. In 2018 and 2019, the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine’s graduates boasted a 100% pass rate for the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE).
Whatever your passion, OSU has the programs and faculty to help you grow in confidence and knowledge and take your career to the next level.