CEAT Online Learning produces lectures for Engineering, Architecture, and Technology online courses. Online learning provides a flexible alternative to traditional on-campus classes. Rather than sitting in a classroom, online students can utilize Canvas, OSU's online learning portal, to watch lectures, turn in assignments, and communicate with classmates and professors. CEAT Online Learning gives every prospective student a chance to earn college credit without physically being on campus. Below is a breakdown of the course abbreviations that CEAT Online Learning provides for OSU and Non-OSU students. For detailed course, descriptions click here.
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ARCH curriculum is designed to provide students with a well-rounded studio-based education accompanied by supporting core areas of emphasis in technology, architectural history and theory, and architectural management. Computers are heavily utilized and integrated into the design experience in the professional program.
CET curriculum is an interdisciplinary approach that offers the student specialized coursework in all phases of construction, designed to prepare him or her for responsible positions in industry. The primary goal of the Construction Engineering Technology (CET) program is to enhance the quality of the instructional program through effective management of the curriculum, teaching assignments and fiscal and physical resources. This goal includes providing instructional facilities, equipment and support services for faculty and students which maintain an excellent learning environment.
ECEN curriculum is based on classroom instruction, laboratory experiences utilizing both hardware and software technologies, and research experiences. Students will learn basic and applied research in the broad areas of electrical and computer engineering.
EET curriculum provides preparation for outstanding career opportunities not only in the electronics industry itself but also in many other areas in a modern industry that depend upon electronics for control, communications or computation. The program is laboratory-oriented and provides a strong foundation of specialized mathematics and sciences courses in applied electrical engineering and related technical areas, as well as courses in the area of communications, humanities, and the social sciences.
ENGR curriculum consists of general engineering, architecture, and technology courses. Majors across CEAT offer these courses. Please reference your degree sheets to find out which courses you need.
ENSC curriculum focuses on engineering science courses that are offered by multiple CEAT programs. Please reference your degree sheets to find out which courses you need.
ETM curriculum teaches students to apply proven evaluation concepts and implementation strategies to fast-moving, technical management decisions that make the difference in both career and business success. The MSETM program specifically addresses the real needs identified by industry leaders.
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GENT curriculum consists of general technology courses. The technology programs in CEAT offer these courses. Please reference your degree sheets to find out which courses you need.
FEMP curriculum is designed to provide students with theoretical and substantive knowledge about management structures and functions, analytical skills that enable the practical application of theories, research skills that enable critical analysis of real-world problems, and written communication skills necessary for effective management.
FPST curriculum is designed to prepare graduates to assess and reduce risk associated with fire, safety, chemical exposures, industrial hygiene, hazardous material incidents, and much more. The curriculum provides preparation for assessing and reducing the loss potential in the industrial setting with respect to fire, safety, industrial hygiene, and hazardous material incidents With respect to fire, reducing the loss potential might involve setting design criteria with a special emphasis on life safety or fire resistivity or specifying automatic detection or extinguishment systems.
IEM curriculum prepares students for professional practice in defining, designing, implementing, operating, and improving processes. All products, without exception, come from processes.
MAE curriculum includes some design content, ranging from a minimum of one-half to a maximum of four credit hours of design content. Each professional school course builds upon the preceding mechanical and aerospace engineering courses to develop in the student the ability to identify and solve meaningful engineering problems. The course work is specifically sequenced and interrelated to provide design experience at each level, leading to progressively more complex, open-ended problems. The course work includes sensitizing students to socially-related technical problems and their responsibilities as engineering professionals to behave ethically and protect occupational and public safety.
MET curriculum includes broad areas of mechanical design, mechanical power, and manufacturing. Mechanical engineering technology is applied in robotics, automotive manufacturing, computer-aided drafting and design, computer-aided manufacturing, agricultural machinery and processing, mining, shipbuilding, spacecraft, electronics manufacturing, food processing, aircraft metals, and plastics production—nearly the entire spectrum of the industry.
MSE curriculum offers courses in materials for energy technologies, biomedical engineering, advanced composites, and nanostructured materials, materials for microelectronics and MEMS. Focus areas include Materials for Energy Technologies, Bio-Materials for Medical Technologies, Advanced Materials for Aerospace and Materials for Electronics and Control Technologies. Tulsa-based industry leaders also identified "materials" as the "core" discipline at the HRC.
CEAT Online Learning works with other CEAT departments offers multiple online Masters degree programs. These programs are an excellent option for students who are unable to attend a traditional on-campus format, due to work schedules, location, or family commitments. Online degrees provide an accessible alternative for graduate students who wish to continue their education, advance their careers, or expand their existing skills. For detailed degree descriptions click here.
Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering (MEngEE, non-thesis, online option): A 33 credit-hour graduate program tailored for students who wish to gain advanced knowledge in subject areas associated with their professional pursuits. This non-research, instructional program is ideal for distance education students or students interested in advanced professional development.
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE, thesis, online option): A 30 credit hour graduate program tailored for students who wish to gain advanced knowledge in subject areas associated with their professional pursuits. The program emphasizes research as part of the learning experience and culminates with the publication of a thesis. This program is an ideal preparatory experience for students who wish to pursue a PhD
Master of Science in Engineering and Technology Management (MSETM) is a rigorous degree program designed specifically for experienced engineers and scientists who are interested in accelerating their management careers. The curriculum combines academic coursework with the latest business practices and can be tailored to meet an individual student’s needs.
Graduate Certificate in Engineering and Technology Management consists of 12 hours of selected ETM courses, can be granted at any time during a student’s pursuit of the M.S. degree or as a stand-alone effort. A second application for the certificate must be made through the graduate college. Admissions requirements for the Certificate program are identical to those of M.S. program.
The Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology (FPST) program offer a graduate program leading to the Master of Science in Engineering Technology with an option in Fire Safety and Explosion Protection (FSEP). The FSEP program is designed to prepare students for professional practice that may include research or consulting components, with major emphasis in fields of interest such as fire protection engineering, explosion protection, fire and explosion hazards, and process safety. This is the nation’s only master’s degree program that is dedicated to both fire and explosion protection and related to safety. The program is geared toward recent graduates and professionals in a variety of industries, including insurance companies, the oil & gas industry, fire protection engineering companies. The graduates of this program will have a deeper knowledge base that is needed to safeguard people in Oklahoma, the nation, and the world.
The Master of Industrial Engineering and Management degree is a graduate professional degree with an increased emphasis on professional practice, incorporating an engineering design experience during the final year of study. Advanced degree programs are designed with a major emphasis in fields of interest such as management, manufacturing systems, operations research, quality and reliability, facilities, energy, environmental management, and enterprise modeling and supply chains. Students may complement industrial engineering and management courses with work in other branches of engineering, as well as economics, business administration, computer science, statistics, mathematics, psychology, and sociology.