Pennsylvania State University, the University of Georgia, Oklahoma State University and Virginia Tech are good technical schools. The universities offer diverse courses in engineering, science, agriculture and architecture as well as several non-technical courses.
The University of Pennsylvania has a wide range of academic departments, an extensive research enterprise and several community outreach programs. The University is popular for its medical, design, law, engineering and nursing schools, which exhibit great research activity. It is also known for various important innovations and discoveries in the fields of science and humanities, including the general purpose electric computer, conjoint analysis and cognitive therapy. The University of Georgia, or UGA features agricultural and environmental sciences, engineering, and science schools and colleges spread across multiple campuses.
The Ohio State University began with the aim of training students on agricultural and mechanical disciplines but later developed into a comprehensive university with several academic, medical and cultural centers. Originally known as the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College, the university's academic center specializes in providing computing, engineering, processing scientific research training to students far and wide. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, or Virginia Tech offers hundreds of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in agriculture and life sciences, architecture, engineering and natural resources and manages a research portfolio of several million dollars.