When you are accepted to the College of Engineering as a first-year student, you will begin as a general engineering student. By the end of your first year, you will declare at least one of the engineering majors.
If you already know the major you want, the process is simple and you can declare at orientation. If you are still exploring, we have 16 undergraduate programs that offer unique academic and career opportunities. Most students are able to graduate in 4 years, no matter which path they take.
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Apply science and mathematics to design, build, test, and support electrical and computer hardware. Develop technologies for a range of applications.
Online Undergraduate Programs
For 2020, U.S. News & World Report ranked Oregon State fifth for online bachelor's programs and twelfth for online master’s in engineering programs.
The program allows current undergraduate students to take graduate classes, apply those credits to their current undergraduate degree, and transfer them to a participating graduate program. Students could complete a master’s degree within 1 year of finishing their bachelor's degree.
Do you have general questions?
Prospective first-year students can email an advisor for more information.
If you are a prospective transfer student, you can reach out to an advisor in your major.
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