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Oklahoma’s Technology Education Leader

Turning Ideas Into Impact
Oklahoma State University is the state leader in polytech education. Through OSU Polytech, we bring practical, applied learning through innovative STEM-based curriculum, industry-aligned academic programs, flexible learning opportunities and real-world learning experience. OSU Polytech is a statewide coordination of the OSU System's workforce-driven technical academic programs delivered primarily through OSU's campuses in Oklahoma City, Okmulgee, Stillwater and Tulsa — making the industry-aligned education offered for a century even more accessible to Oklahomans.

Pillars of Progress

OSU Polytech offers an impactful, statewide education geared toward the state’s most in-demand occupations in an accessible and flexible format. Guided by these four core pillars, this initiative will elevate and expand access to workforce development education for all Oklahomans.

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Innovative STEM-based Curriculum

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Industry-aligned Academic Programs

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Flexible Learning Opportunities

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Real-world Learning Experience

Shaping Tomorrow's Workforce Leaders TodayFor decades, OSU has been the undisputed leader in Oklahoma in providing applied technical education to tomorrow's workforce.

students currently enrolled

in a Polytech program within the OSU system.
programs available today

with more being created every semester.
years of applied education

thanks to the dedication and hard work of the university’s Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Okmulgee institutions.

Advancing Together

OSU System and Partners Fueling Statewide Solutions
OSU works with industries that adopt cutting-edge technology like artificial intelligence, including manufacturing, energy, health care, and aerospace. Through this collaboration, the OSU System goes beyond the boundaries of traditional education — building a bridge between education and industry.
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Bridging the Gap

OSU Polytech and Industry Leaders Address Oklahoma's Workforce Needs
OSU Polytech is committed to partnering with industry to develop practical and effective solutions to Oklahoma’s workforce challenges. OSU is hosting executive roundtable discussions throughout the state as part of OSU Polytech’s listening tour. OSU and industry leaders will discuss the changing workforce and partner to develop impactful education and training programs that will fill the STEM pipeline for Oklahoma’s economy. Industry sectors will include aerospace and aviation, advanced manufacturing, energy and power, health care and life sciences, information technology and telecommunications, and supply chain and operations.

OSU Polytech

Guided by our land-grant mission and under the leadership of President Kayse Shrum, the OSU/A&M System leads the way in innovative and responsive polytech degree programs, research and workforce development.

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Transforming education in Oklahoma

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Oklahoma’s only university of applied technology

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Advancing our communities through workforce education programs

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Advanced technology education in an urban setting

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Empowering Minds

Expanding K-12 STEM Education
The OSU System is joining together to create opportunities in K-12 STEM education through outreach, research and collaboration. By developing the K-12 STEM Hub, OSU is providing a comprehensive service to provide access to educational resources.

Next-level Learning

Elevate your education with hands-on experience
Oklahoma industry leaders have joined forces to give OSU students opportunities for applied learning and real-world knowledge. Discover cutting-edge degree programs like engineering technologies with options in automation and industrial engineering or information technologies with options in cybersecurity and software development at OSU-OKC. And OSUIT now offers courses at OSU-Tulsa in engineering technologies, and environmental health and safety technology — with more options to come. Learn about the degree options available below if you are interested in taking the next step in professional preparedness.

Interested in supporting or partnering with OSU Polytech?

Please contact Justin Hazzard, Assistant Vice President at the OSU Foundation, at


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