Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology calls Okmulgee, Oklahoma home, and is ready to prepare you for a career in a new field of technology.
The technical college has a few different types of degrees: associate’s in applied science, associate’s in science and bachelor’s of technology. Among the fields of study are:
• Air-Conditioning Technology
• Automotive Service Technology
• Construction Technology
• Culinary Arts
• Civil Engineering
• Information Technologies
• Visual Communications
If the choice between the programs on that list is overwhelming, the assessment center is designed to help you discover the path that’s right for you. Through career, academic, and personal profiling, students can find the path they were meant to take, both in the academic and professional world.
With the FAFSA, you may qualify for federal loans and grants to help pay for your college tuition. But sometimes you want or need more than that. That’s where the OSU Institute of Technology Tuition Waiver and Foundation Scholarships can come in handy. Just fill out an application and you may find yourself eligible for a financially viable education.
Quick Facts about Oklahoma State University - Institute of Technology
Small Town Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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