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Oklahoma State University
CEAT Online Learning
Online learning provides opportunities for students to experience quality education outside the classroom in a flexible setting. Rather than attending classes in a face-to-face setting, students utilize technology to communicate and complete their course work through various media.
Online learning is an option for students who wish to continue their education but are unable to physically attend classes at specific times due to schedule conflicts, employment, location, or family commitments.
Online learning works well for traditional and non-traditional students, who wish to continue their education, need to advance existing skills for a better career opportunity, or gain knowledge in a new field.
Oklahoma State University offers a number of online graduate degree programs as well as online undergraduate and graduate courses.
Engineering Programs Offered:
M.S. Engineering and Technology Management
Oklahoma State University's degree in Engineering and Technology Management is designed specifically for today’s fast-track engineer or scientist. Effective planning, selection, implementation and management of technology are essential to the success of any business in today’s time-critical, global markets. Career paths and responsibilities of engineers and scientists often include project management, selection and supervision of people, and executive and strategic leadership. This program will help managers who must integrate rapidly changing technology and cost-effective product and process design. Applying proven evaluation concepts and implementation strategies to fast moving, technical management decisions can make the difference in both career and business success. Tomorrow’s technical professionals need more than on-the-job training. OSU’s MSETM program specifically addresses the real needs identified by industry leaders.
M.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering
Degree programs are offered at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels in Electrical Engineering. Major areas of emphasis in both course offerings and research include communications, speech and image processing, laser applications, computer systems, digital and analog VLSI design, electronics, control theory, real-time system control, renewable energy systems, electric power economics, microwave remote sensing, expert system development, and parallel processing. More details about state-of-the-art research laboratories can be found here.
For more information, contact the School, or Dr. Ramakumar, the ECEN Graduate Coordinator.
For students admitted into ECE’s graduate school program for Fall 2017 or before, full information about ECE’s graduate degree programs can be found in the MEMORANDUM TO GRADUATE STUDENTS (Legacy).
For students admitted into ECE’s graduate school program for Spring 2018 and after, full information about ECE’s graduate degree programs can be found in the MEMORANDUM TO GRADUATE STUDENTS (New).
M.S. Industrial Engineering and Management
Industrial Engineering and Management (IE&M) focuses on production systems that provide products (goods and services) for customers throughout the world. Industrial engineers define, design, build, operate and improve production processes that convert resources to products effectively (e.g., high quality), efficiently (e.g., high productivity) and safely.
People are the fundamental component of production systems; people provide the creativity and leadership essential to make things happen. Hence, industrial engineering is the most people-oriented discipline within the engineering family. Industrial engineers are trained to think in both broad and specific terms. Practicing industrial engineers understand business parameters as well as physical and social parameters within production systems.
This breadth allows industrial engineers to function effectively in a wide spectrum of activities ranging from strategic business planning to detailed task design. The wide-angle vision of industrial engineering provides career flexibility leading to high-level leadership or specialized technical responsibilities. Industrial engineers are found in manufacturing organizations (e.g., automotive, electronics, medical and food manufacturers), service enterprises (e.g., hospitals, banks, airlines and consulting groups) and governmental organizations (e.g., public service and regulatory organizations).
M.S. Engineering Technology-Fire Safety and Explosion Protection
The FSEP program is designed to prepare students for professional practice that may include research or consulting components, with major emphasis in fields of interest such as fire protection engineering, explosion protection, fire and explosion hazards, and process safety. This is the nation’s only master’s degree program that is dedicated to both fire and explosion protection and related to safety. The program is geared toward recent graduates and professionals in a variety of industries, including insurance companies, the oil & gas industry, fire protection engineering companies. The graduates of this program will have the deeper knowledge base that is needed to safeguard people in Oklahoma, the nation, and world.
The FSEP program is intended to be especially attractive to engineering and engineering technology graduates from any disciplines, and many science majors. The program is interdisciplinary in nature and hence students with undergraduate degrees in fire and safety related fields or other STEM disciplines are invited to apply for admission. The program consists of 30 hours of course work with a thesis option and 32 hours of course work with a non-thesis option.
B.S. Electrical Engineering Technology (a completion degree offered in cooperation with OSU-OKC)
This could be the program for individuals with an interest in electrical engineering technology and who would like to earn a Bachelor’s degree without driving to Stillwater. OSU has the only ABET accredited Engineering Technology program in Oklahoma. This guarantees acceptance of courses at other institutions and certifies qualifications and competencies to employers.
Students take lower division courses at the OSU-OKC and Rose State College campuses, or other college campuses. Courses meeting the program’s requirements may be transferred from accredited colleges in Oklahoma. General education courses which meet OSU requirements may be transferred from accredited colleges.
Upper division courses are offered online at OSU.
The Big 12 Engineering Consortium enables students enrolled at any of the Big 12 institutions to take nuclear engineering courses taught by Iowa State University, Kansas State University, Texas A&M University, University of Kansas, University of Missouri-Columbia, and The University of Texas at Austin. The nuclear engineering courses have been specially adapted to ensure the same quality of education as an on-campus course. These courses are set within the confines of a semester, and students are required to meet deadlines as outlined by the instructor. Students will interact with instructors and other students through email, online chats, discussion boards, and other methods. For more information and course descriptions, view the Engineering Alliance web site at http://www.universityengineeringalliance.org/.