Ohio State University College of Engineering

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The Ohio State University
College Of Engineering
Hitchcock Hall.jpg
Hitchcock Hall, location of department offices
TypeState University College of Engineering
Established1895
DeanDavid B. Williams
Academic staff
360+ Engineering and Architecture faculty
13 National Academy of Engineering members [1]
Students9,834 (College of Engineering)
718 (Knowlton School of Architecture)[1]
Undergraduates8,022 (College of Engineering)
515 (Knowlton School of Architecture)[1]
Postgraduates1,812 (College of Engineering)
203 (Knowlton School of Architecture)[1]
Address
2070 Neil Avenue
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40°00′14″N 83°00′54″W / 40.003806°N 83.015031°W / 40.003806; -83.015031Coordinates: 40°00′14″N 83°00′54″W / 40.003806°N 83.015031°W / 40.003806; -83.015031
ColorsScarlet and Gray
WebsiteOfficial Site

The OSU College of Engineering is the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University.

Academics[edit]

Engineering and architecture students can choose from academic programs in these departments:[2]

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Center for Aviation Studies
  • Chemical and Bio-molecular Engineering
  • Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Integrated Systems Engineering
  • Knowlton School of Architecture
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

In 2013, Ohio State’s six-year graduation rate was 83.2%, up from 75% in 2009 and well above the national graduation rate of 57%.[citation needed]

Engineering and architecture

  • bachelor’s degrees awarded (2012–2013): 1,294
  • master’s degrees awarded (2012–2013): 490
  • doctorate degrees awarded (2012–2013): 157

ACT composite mid-50% for incoming engineering students (2013): 27-31

Research[edit]

In fiscal year 2012, this research was supported by more than $117M in externally sponsored research expenditures.[citation needed]

Ohio State is #2 nationally among public universities in industry sponsored research. Industry R&D expenditures for the College of Engineering in fiscal year 2012 totaled $36.7 million.[citation needed]

More than 40 research centers and laboratories provide students with access to facilities for research and teaching. The College of Engineering administers several research and interdisciplinary units, including:

- Aerospace Research Center - Center for Automotive Research - Center for Aviation Studies - Center for Electron Microscopy and Analysis - Center for Occupational Health in Automotive Manufacturing - ElectroScience Laboratory - Nuclear Reactor Laboratory - Ohio Manufacturing Institute - Spine Research Institute - Transportation Research Center - Center for Emergent Materials (NSF MRSEC) - Simulation Innovation and Modeling (SIM) Center - Water Resources Center (USGS)

Faculty [3][edit]

  • 334 full-time engineering and architecture faculty members
  • 13 National Academy of Engineering members

Location and environment[edit]

Academic programs[edit]

Degrees offered[edit]

Admissions information[edit]

Facilities and equipment[edit]

Student organizations and activities[edit]

  • MEGA - Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Student Association [4]

Expenses[edit]

Career services and placement[edit]

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Notes or references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Statistical Summary (2017)". engineering.osu.edu. College Of Engineering at Ohio State University. Retrieved 17 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Departments - UOE- OSU".
  3. ^ "About the College". COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. Retrieved 2018-04-04.
  4. ^ "MEGA at The Ohio State University | Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Student Association". u.osu.edu. Retrieved 2018-04-04.

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