OSU College of Engineering

Oregon State University College of Engineering

Oregon State University's College of Engineering is a college within Oregon State University organized into four schools: Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering; Civil and Construction Engineering; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering. Additional degree-granting programs exist in the disciplines of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics.

History

The College of Engineering has graduated 27,000 engineers since its founding in 1889.

With the nation’s fourth highest percentage of women faculty and the 22nd largest undergraduate enrollment, the OSU College of Engineering emphasizes highly collaborative research to solve global problems. It uses innovative Platforms for Learning including TekBots to enhance hands-on teaching and develop work-ready graduates who are driven to build a better world.

Size

3100 undergraduate students and 500 graduates are currently enrolled in the College.

The College of Engineering's faculty is made up of approximately 125 members whose time is split between teaching and research.

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