Oregon State stands out as one of only three universities in the country with land, sun, sea, and space grant designations.

That means you’ll have opportunities to see firsthand how Oregon State Engineers work with researchers in fields like forestry, oceanography, public health, and business management, and collaborate with organizations like national labs, utility companies, construction companies, and high-tech industries to tackle the pressing issues of our time.

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Why Choose Oregon State?

Student success is our top priority. The College of Engineering at Oregon State University brings together engineering leaders from around the world, whose expertise spans a broad spectrum of engineering disciplines. Our faculty pursue creative solutions for some of the biggest challenges facing humanity, and they will be your teachers and mentors.

When you choose Oregon State Engineering, you’ll join a richly diverse, international community of learners in state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories. You’ll find plenty of support along the way, through academic tutoring and counseling, research opportunities, club activities and competitions, career networking, internships, and job-placement assistance. When you graduate, you will have gained more than the knowledge you’ll need to succeed in your chosen profession. You’ll be an Oregon State Engineer, part of a global alumni network of more than 30,000 passionate, highly skilled individuals like you, all working to create a better future.

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Whether you’re interested in the far reaches of outer space or the ocean’s depth — and just about anything in between — the College of Engineering has the degree you’re looking for. See for yourself: 



University in the nation with interdisciplinary master’s and Ph.D. programs in artificial intelligence



Largest College of Engineering (Undergraduate Enrollment)



Number of Computer Science Degrees Awarded in the Nation



Among public R1 universities in the percentage of engineering faculty who are women