Oklahoma State University - Tulsa
Oklahoma State University - Tulsa

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College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology Programs in Tulsa

OSU-Tulsa students earning an undergraduate or graduate engineering degree work with talented faculty to generate ideas and create new technologies that could solve many problems facing the world today. Make a difference with inventive careers in aerospace, environmental, computer, electrical, or mechanical engineering.

degree programs:

(* Partially implemented)

Enrollment information

View current and upcoming class schedules for OSU-Tulsa to see what classes are available, then visit OSU-Tulsa enrollment services to learn about the enrollment process for each semester.

Students can then use the Student Information System (SIS) to enroll online after meeting with their advisor, print an unofficial transcript, check financial aid status and view billing information.

Scholarship Information

Scholarships for engineering students at OSU-Tulsa are available through several sources, including:

Planning to transfer?

If you plan to transfer to OSU-Tulsa, make an appointment with OSU-Tulsa's engineering advisor to determine how courses at your school will transfer to Oklahoma State University. Please call 918-594-8271 to schedule an appointment.

Prospective and current graduate students can contact the OSU-Tulsa Graduate Student Services Center for information on admissions requirements.

Current students can schedule an appointment with OSU-Tulsa’s engineering advisor by calling 918-594-8271.

Visit the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) website in Stillwater.

OSU-Tulsa Advising Center - Engineering Advising

North Hall 130

918-594-8271

800-277-8228 (Toll Free)

FAX: 918-594-8246

 

Hours

  • Tuesday and Thursday
    9 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Monday, Wednesday and Friday
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Please call our office to schedule an advising appointment.

CEAT Student Services in Stillwater

Visit the CEAT Student Services website for answers to many questions about CEAT programs offered in Tulsa and Stillwater.

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OSU-Tulsa researcher Dr. Daryoosh Vashaee is developing nanotechnology that can convert waste heat to energy, producing a clean, alternative energy source.
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