Oklahoma Engineering Schools

Engineering Programs in Oklahoma
Did You Know?
Oklahoma's cheapest Engineering Program is located at Connors State College, and costs
$2,539 annually.
More students applied to Oklahoma State University-Main Campus's Engineering Program than any other school in Oklahoma, with
12,056 total applicants.
Statewide School Information
Engineering Schools in Oklahoma:
28
Undergraduate Engineering Programs:
28
Graduate Engineering Programs:
11
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
19
Average Classroom Size:
19 Students
Largest Engineering School:
University of Oklahoma Norman Campus
(31,287 Students)

Oklahoma is a south central state that is well known for its agricultural and energy industries. The Great Plains environment of Oklahoma consists of relatively flat prairie with some interior highlands. Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city in Oklahoma, serving as the financial capital of the state as well.

The aerospace and aviation industry is particularly strong in Oklahoma. Many Fortune 500 companies are based in Oklahoma, especially in Oklahoma City and the city of Tulsa. Oklahoma is known for having a large Native American population, resulting in many local languages to still be spoken in the state.

Engineering Education in Oklahoma

The engineering sector is inter-connected to other industries since many industries require engineering occupations. For example, the electrical industry needs to hire electrical engineers and the chemical industry hires chemical engineers.

If students want a bachelor's degree in engineering, they can attend eleven public universities for undergraduate engineering programs. These public universities include the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, Cameron University, Langston University, and Rogers University.

There are three private universities in Oklahoma that offer engineering bachelor's degrees: the University of Tulsa, Oral Roberts University, and Oklahoma Christian University.

Eight of the public and private universities in Oklahoma offer graduate programs in engineering, including the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, and the University of Tulsa.

Students who want to gain a certification or an associate's degree in engineering can attend one of the twenty-one community and technical colleges across the state.

Outlook for Engineering Jobs in Oklahoma

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there are a total of 26,120 engineers in Oklahoma with an average annual salary of $75,360. However, there are different employment trends for each engineering field. For example, the BLS states that there are 2,500 civil engineers in Oklahoma who earn an average annual salary of $75,740.

In contrast, there are 150 mining engineers in Oklahoma who earn a salary of $108,680 a year. One other example includes industrial engineers, where there are 1,810 workers in Oklahoma who earn an average annual salary of $73,820.

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