It could be the solution to an especially vexing problem. A building that’s more earthquake resilient. A dazzling display for your phone or gaming console.  An agile, two-legged robot for search and rescue missions. Engineers make such innovations possible. Engineers from Oregon State University.

You can be one of them. Get hands-on, real-world experience, work with world-renowned faculty and make real contributions to groundbreaking research.

Our graduates are in high demand. Companies are looking for people who combine technical capabilities with communication, collaboration and leadership skills — all of which are part of the curriculum at Oregon State.

Imagine all the possibilities to improve how we work, live and play. The path from possibility to reality starts here.

Oregon State engineering students consistently score well above the national average on the Fundamentals of Engineering exam required for the profession. Each year, the passing rate for Oregon State students is above 90 percent, compared to the national passing rate of about 75 percent.

 

GIVE YOUR CAREER A HEAD START

Learning by doing is one of the best ways to prepare for a career, and internships are increasingly important for landing a great job after college. Oregon State is a founding member of MECOP, a statewide university/industry partnership that offers two paid six-month internships during the third and fourth years of a five-year program of study.

OSU offers a resource-rich environment that encourages you to combine your studies in engineering with opportunities like the Honors College and study abroad programs. You’ll find challenging, unique experiences that support your academic, professional and personal growth — and have fun, too.

Earn your degree from an accredited engineering school.

All Oregon State engineering programs are fully accredited and offer a Bachelor of Science degree through a basic four-year curriculum. In the College of Engineering, you’ll spend your first two years building the foundations for your major with a focus on engineering principles, math, sciences or programming languages. For those who are dual-enrolled in a degree partnership program or transferring to OSU, our engineering programs allow for the first two years to be taken at a community college.

Engineering, Computer and Information Systems

We offer 200+ degree programs.  Find where you fit.

Biological Data Sciences

  • Computational Biology
  • Ecological and Environmental Informatics
  • Genomics

Bioresource Research

  • Animal Reproduction and Development
  • Applied Genetics
  • Bioproducts and Bioenergy
  • Biotechnology
  • Climate and Biosystems Modeling
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Food Quality
  • Genomics/Bioinformatics
  • Pest Biology and Management
  • Plant Growth and Development
  • Sustainable Ecosystems
  • Toxicology
  • Water Resources

Business Analytics

Business Information Systems

  • International Business

Innovation Management (Double Degree)

Earth Sciences

  • Climate Science
  • Geology
  • Ocean Science

Environmental Sciences

  • Alternative Energy
  • Geographic Information Science (GIS)

Geography and Geospatial Science

Architectural Engineering

Bioengineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Science

Construction Engineering Management

Ecological Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Energy Systems Engineering (OSU-Cascades)

Engineering Science (OSU-Cascades)

Environmental Engineering

General Engineering (freshmen)

Industrial Engineering

  • Humanitarian Engineering

Manufacturing Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

  • Aerospace Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Outdoor Products (OSU-Cascades)

Radiation Health Physics

Sustainability (Double Degree)

Forest Engineering

Forest Engineering–Civil Engineering

Renewable Materials

  • Advanced Wood Manufacturing
  • Art and Design
  • Management and Marketing
  • Science and Engineering

Digital Communication Arts

  • New Media Communications

Multiple scholarships are available. Be sure to apply.

Scholarships to help you pay for college are available at the university level, as well as from individual colleges and departments. Most scholarships are awarded based on information in the Oregon State application for admissions. Be sure to apply for additional scholarship opportunities through the OSU ScholarDollars portal. The deadline for applying for university scholarships is Feb. 1. Be sure to check with your college and department on the deadlines for other scholarships. The College of Engineering awards more than $2 million in scholarships each year, largely through generous support from alumni and industry.