Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Master's Degree in Tulsa
Invest in your professional growth or conduct impactful research in advanced technology
applications in a number of industries, including aviation, aerial mobility, energy,
defense, manufacturing and transportation. The MEng degree is a coursework-only option
with a capstone or creative requirement, ideal if you are looking to advance in your
career. The MS option includes coursework and a thesis.
Located in the middle of a metropolitan area of more than 1 million, OSU-Tulsa blends
the robust research and faculty of Oklahoma State University with the convenience
and flexibility of an urban branch campus.
OSU-Tulsa's graduate engineering programs are housed our Helmerich Research Center,
a state-of-the-art research, development, testing and education facility that is also
home to the OAIRE LaunchPad Center for Advanced Air Mobility, National Center for
Wellness and Recovery research facilities and other industry partnerships.
HRC faculty provide research, testing, technology transfer and education to advance
the region's aerospace, energy, manufacturing, transportation, electronics and medical
industries. An entrepreneurial spirit exists throughout our faculty, with a focus
on taking research from the lab to the marketplace.
OSU-Tulsa's strong connections with local industry ensure that your learning experience
goes beyond the classroom, offering chances for hands-on engagement, internships and
practical projects. Immerse yourself in the captivating history and vibrant culture
of the Greenwood District while honing practical skills and building crucial networks
that will drive your career forward.
About the Degree
Tulsa students are OSU students — they learn from the same faculty, study with the
same curriculum and earn the same OSU degree as students on our main campus in Stillwater.
Learn more about the degree programs at the links below. Both options are available in Stillwater or Tulsa.