School of Engineering
Welcome to the School of Engineering at OC, home to three academic departments: Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mathematical, Computer and Information Sciences. We live in a technical world. Engineering, computing, and mathematics have become critical areas for those who wish to make contributions to the future of our society. When coupled with the emphasis on faith-based education, service, and learning at OC, you will be equipped as a servant leader, ready to accept opportunities and follow paths where God leads you. We are enjoying using the new technology our incoming and most other students have -- a MacBook running both Vista and Mac OS X and an iPhone or iPod touch. New students, do you wonder which Mac to get? All the ones available will run our software fine. However the "Pro" is nice, and more disk space is always a good thing.
Engineering Summer Academy
Incoming 2013 freshman engineering majors are invited to join us for OC's Engineering Summer Academy beginning Sunday, August 11th through Friday, the 16th.
The School of Engineering now offers a master's degree program. Click here to learn more.
Engineering at OC
You no longer have to choose between a world-class engineering program and a Christ-centered education. Oklahoma Christian University offers both. It's as simple as this - if you're a Christian who wants to study engineering, Oklahoma Christian is the place for you. Our faculty have worked hard to design a 128 credit-hour curriculum for each of our three engineering degrees. You can check out the degree requirements under each department's web site.
If you are currently a high school freshman, sophomore, or junior, then come spend a week with our faculty next summer and learn what engineering and computer science are all about. Click here.
The three engineering programs at OC now require a new freshman class. This class, ENGR 1103 Engineering Mathematics, is based on a $100,000 research project funded by the National Science Foundation. The intent of this class is to introduce students to engineering while providing a range of mathematics topics that are used in the early engineering classes. The rest of the curriculum has been modified so that the hours required for graduation remain at 128. See our web page on this new class.
Undecided About Which Engineering Major to Take?
Check out the links in this article. If you still can't decide, that's okay. You can figure it out later. As far as your first semester at OC, the courses that you take are very similar. Here is an explanation provided by our engineering programs on what the differences are so that you can decide what to take your first semester here.
Accredited, Rigorous, Excellent
The School of Engineering's Electrical, Mechanical, and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012, telephone: (410) 347-7700. With programs that challenge and inspire, OC Engineering produces graduates who go on to success in business, government, academia, and the church. This "no compromises" attitude includes our approach to faith. OC students and faculty are encouraged to integrate their academic work with their faith and their prayer life. Our curriculum includes 16 credit hours of Bible topics and our faculty base their lives and their educational goals on their faith Jesus Christ. Classes include vigorous discussions about the interplay between faith, science, and academic inquiry. We believe excellence glorifies God - so we don't settle for less.
Thinking of Transferring to OC Engineering?
Yes!! Contact the department chair in your field of study and let's figure out how you can make this a painless process with outstanding results.
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