OSU Institute of Technology serves as an advocate for continued education pathways for all students. We have set out to establish a series of agreements with partnering schools to provide seamless transfer of credits so that our graduates can transition easily into a field of study of their choice in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree.
Rogers State University, Mid-American Christian University, Northeastern State University, Langston University, Oklahoma Panhandle State University and University of Central Oklahoma have articulation agreements in place with OSUIT.
Transfer to a Bachelor of Technology
Agreements with Tulsa Community College, Rogers State University, Carl Albert State College, Conners State College, and Richland College in Dallas, Texas, will allow students at each of those institutions a more seamless transition to transfer earned credit hours to one or more of OSUIT’s Bachelor of Technology programs: Information Technology and Instrumentation Engineering Technology.
We also celebrate Finish Orange, the OSU System initiative to afford OSUIT graduates greater ease in transferring to OSU-Stillwater or OSU-Tulsa. OSUIT Bachelor of Technology graduates have a clearer pathway to master’s degree programs in management information systems, telecommunications management, and engineering and technology management from OSU Stillwater.
“Our primary goal is to equip students for their future and ensure what they learn while enrolled translates to what they need to know when they embark on their careers,” said OSUIT President Bill R. Path. “These pathways to success that we have laid stones for ensure that students have the skills and options they need to move forward and become viable candidates for employment.”