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Doctorate in Materials Science and Engineering

OSU's Master of Science in materials Science and Engineering program is located at OSU-Tulsa and places the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology in a unique position to conduct world-class education, research and Technology development and transfer in advance materials of strategic importance to our nation.  The field of Materials Science and Engineering is expanding into a period of unprecedented intellectual challenges and opportunities, and is crucial to the survival of US industry and the strength of our economy and security.  This program will train our next generations to design materials for specialized uses, making materials reliable and useful to mankind.


Four research focus areas have been identified by industry leaders in and around Tulsa, Okla., with Materials Science and Engineering as the overall umbrella.  These 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.


Degree Requirements

Research and Faculty


Khaled A. Sallam, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering was named chair of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering Mid Continent Section. Sallam designed and founded the undergraduate fluid dynamics lab at OSU-Tulsa that includes PIV system and high speed camera, jet engine test rig, subsonic wind tunnel, hydraulic channel and a pump test rig. Sallam's current research areas are Automization of Aerated Jet in Supersonic Crossflow, Herbicides Spray Draft, Produced Water Desalination, and Jet Mixing for Combustion Applications.

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International student application deadlines are February 1 for the fall semester and September 1 for the spring semester.

US Citizen student application deadlines are April 1 for the fall semester and November 1 for the spring semester.



Cost & Assistance

Oklahoma State University and Tulsa are especially affordable places for graduate students. OSU's estimation of a graduate student's annual costs is $18,820 for Oklahoma residents, $29,150 for out-of-state students, and $34,588 for international students.



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