Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
|Oklahoma State University
Institute of Technology
|Oklahoma State University–Okmulgee|
|Location||Okmulgee, Oklahoma, USA|
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is a public and state-supported technical institution part of the Oklahoma State University System located in Okmulgee, Oklahoma (approximately 40 miles south of Tulsa). OSUIT has thirty-seven programs of study which include thirty-one programs of study towards an Associate in Applied Science degree, four programs towards an Associate in Science transfer degree, and three programs towards Bachelor of Technology degrees.
Formerly, OSUIT was named OSU-Okmulgee, but the name was changed to distinguish from the rest of the OSU system as a school for applied technology.
OSUIT's Bachelor of Technology degree programs are new to the Okmulgee campus.
OSUIT uses its technical roots and partnerships with the following companies and organizations to recruit students:
- Caterpillar Inc.
- Central and South West
- Ditch Witch
- Electronic Data Systems
- Ford Motor Company
- Freightliner LLC
- Gas Processors Association
- General Motors
- LANSA, Inc.
- Northeast Oklahoma Manufacturers Council
- Nissan Motors
- Toyota Motor Company
- Toyota Industrial Equipment
|1946-1963||L. Keith Covelle||Director|
|1963-1983||Wayne W. Miller||Director|
|1983-2011||Robert E. Klabenes||President|
|2011–present||Bill R. Path||President|
Davis, Larry D. (1991) OSU at Okmulgee: Centennial Histories Series, Oklahoma State University.
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