Academic Programs

For nearly 70 years, Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech) has focused on changing the lives of Oregonians by preparing them to meet the technical and management needs of business, industry and healthcare agencies. Today, Oregon Tech offers Bachelor of Science programs in engineering, engineering and health technologies, management, communication and the applied sciences. These include bachelor degree-completion programs offered online and at Wilsonville, Oregon. Oregon Tech also offers a number of associate degree programs, both online and in Salem and La Grande, Oregon.

Degree Programs

Graduate Programs

A Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering Technology is offered at Oregon Tech campuses in Wilsonville, Klamath Falls, at The Boeing Company in Washington and online.

A Master of Science in Civil Engineering is offered at Oregon Tech's Klamath Falls campus.

A Master of Science in Renewable Energy Engineering is offered at Oregon Tech's Wilsonville campus.

Undergraduate Programs

School of Health, Arts and Sciences

The School of Health, Arts and Sciences includes Clinical Laboratory Science, Dental Hygiene, Health Sciences, Medical Imaging Technology, Applied Psychology, Environmental Sciences, Communication Studies, Paramedicine, Respiratory Care and Polysomnographic Technology. Nursing is offered as part of a statewide program administered by the Oregon Health & Science University. Programs in Clinical Laboratory Science and Paramedic Education are offered in Portland in conjunction with OHSU.

Medical Imaging, one of the largest bachelor's degree programs in the nation in this field, includes majors in Radiologic Science, Vascular Technology, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Nuclear Medicine Technology and Echocardiography.

The faculty in the School of Health, Arts and Sciences includes individuals with nationally-recognized credentials and international experience. Clinical practice and externships are included in health technology education, while the arts and sciences provide exposure to liberal studies that complement technical coursework.

School of Engineering, Technology and Management

The School of Engineering, Technology and Management includes these programs: Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering, Embedded Systems Engineering Technology, Geomatics, Manufacturing Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Renewable Energy Engineering, Software Engineering Technology, Operations Management, Information Technology (with options in Applications Development, Business/Systems Analysis, Accounting and Health Informatics), Management (with options in Entrepreneurship/ Small Business Management, Marketing and Accounting) and Health Care Management, with options in: Administration, Clinical Management, and Radiologic Science Management.

The School's faculty is composed of professional engineers, certified public accountants and those with corporate executive experience. From accounting to robotics, these programs include extensive laboratory time to apply the theories that are studied.

 

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