OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

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Founded in 1889, the College of Engineering has graduated more than 30,000 engineers. Many of our alumni have founded successful local, national, and international business enterprises or had major impacts on society through contributions in science and technology. For example, their achievements include inventing the first artificial heart valve, the computer mouse, and the concept of email.

We create solutions that promote healthy people, a strong economy, and a sustainable environment. By partnering with industry, academic institutions, government, and other entities, we foster collaboration; drive excellence in teaching, research, and innovation; and strengthen the nation's economy.

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Degree Programs Students Faculty Funding
Undergraduate

 

Bioengineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Science

Computer Science (OSU-Cascades)

Construction Engineering Management

Ecological Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Energy Systems Engineering (OSU-Cascades)

Industrial Engineering

Manufacturing Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Radiation Health Physics


Graduate

Biological and Ecological Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Science

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering Management*

Environmental Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Materials Science

Mechanical Engineering

Medical Physics (in partnership with OHSU)

Nuclear Engineering

Radiation Health Physics

*Expected start date summer 2014
 

(As of fall term, 2013)

Total students: 6,758

Males: 5,617

Females: 1,141

International: 1,354

Minority: 1,210

Undergraduate students: 5,682

Average incoming GPA: 3.54

Average incoming SAT: 1721

Graduate students: 1,076

Average incoming GRE: 1224

 

Tenured/tenure-track: 153

Instructors: 31

Research Personnel: 64

Endowed positions and professorships (>$250K): 17

For a complete list of named faculty positions, including professorships and endowments, visit here.

Operational budget: $81.7M

Research grants: $34M

Annual private giving: $16.2M

Scholarship Support: $8.3M