Oregon State University College of Engineering

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Oregon State University's College of Engineering is a college within Oregon State University organized into four schools: Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering, Civil and Construction Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering. Additional degree-granting programs exist in the disciplines of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics. Oregon State University has engineering as a centerpiece of the university.[citation needed] The two newest buildings are Kelley Engineering Center, home to the school of electrical engineering and computer science, and a remodeled Kearney Hall, home to civil and construction management engineering.

History[edit]

The College of Engineering has graduated 27,000 engineers since its founding in 1889.[citation needed][when?]

With the nation’s fourth highest percentage of women faculty and the 22nd largest undergraduate enrollment,[citation needed] the OSU College of Engineering emphasizes highly collaborative research to solve global problems. It attempts to use innovative Platforms for Learning including TekBots to enhance hands-on teaching and develop work-ready graduates who are driven to build a better world.

Size[edit]

As of the Fall term of 2013, there were 5682 undergraduate and 1076 graduate students enrolled in the College of Engineering for the Corvallis campus. This totals at 6758.[1]

The College of Engineering's faculty is made up of approximately 200 members whose time is split between teaching and research.[2]

The College's Operational budget for the 2013=2014 school year was $81.4 million with $34 million from research grants and $16.2 million from private donors.[2]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "OSU Enrollment Summary Fall 2013". 
  2. ^ a b "OSU CoE Fact Sheet". Retrieved February 2014. 

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Schools and Programs

Coordinates: 44°34′01″N 123°16′41″W / 44.567°N 123.278°W / 44.567; -123.278