University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus offers 57 Engineering degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a midsize suburb. In 2022, 991 Engineering students graduated with students earning 693 Bachelor's degrees, 245 Master's degrees, 38 Doctoral degrees, and 15 Certificates.
When it comes to teaching people about aerospace, Oklahoma State has it covered at all levels. OSU’s aviation and space faculty are principals in NASA educational programs that help K-12 students and educators become involved with real missions and research. Aspiring pilots come to OSU to train for their FAA license while receiving a solid undergraduate education at a price that has been recognized nationally as a value. At the graduate level, the university attracts everyone from established professionals wanting to learn the latest on aerospace security to top scholars and practitioners seeking the rare doctor of education in applied educational studies with specialization in aviation and space. Students at all levels are eligible for special scholarships designated solely for aviation studies, such as the Boeing Company Aerospace Logistics Scholarship and the Bliss Family Aviation Management Scholarship. Enriching studies is OSU’s fleet of 20 aircraft, including Cessna 152’s, 172’s, 182RG’s, and Piper PA44- 180’s (multiengine). A popular extracurricular among aviation students is The Flying Aggies. This student flying club has been making a name for itself in competition against other colleges for decades. It’s no wonder Envoy Airlines (formerly American Eagle) chose to form a bridge program that gives select OSU students early access to employment opportunities with the company while pursuing a degree.
|Student Teacher Ratio
|University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus Norman, OK
|20 : 1
|Oklahoma State University-Main Campus Stillwater, OK
|19 : 1
|University of Tulsa Tulsa, OK
|13 : 1
|Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City Oklahoma City, OK
|56 : 1
|Oklahoma Christian University Edmond, OK
|28 : 1