School of Creative & Information Technologies

School of Creative & Information Technologies

Administrative Support

Trudy Book

Trudy Book
Student Success and Career Advisor

Kim Beattie

Kim Beattie
Student Success and Career Advisor

The programs in OSUIT's School of Creative & Information Technologies have been designed to provide students with the skills they need to succeed in today's competitive job market. At OSUIT, we offer courses in a variety of areas, including Information Technologies, Graphic Design Technology, 3D Modeling and Animation.


Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is a recognized leader in applied technology education and is known for world-class teaching facilities, partnerships with industry, and a nearly 90 percent career placement rate.

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The faculty in our programs are highly experienced designers, creatives, artists, and technicians who have worked for and with a varied clientele locally, regionally and nationally. These are practicing professionals who continue to work and bring their expertise into the classroom every day. Their skills, dedication, and the extent of their experience help prepare our students to enter into the highly competitive arena of graphic design, branding, advertising, 3D modeling, information technologies and more.

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Industry Partners

OSU Institute of Technology prides itself on industry partner relationships. Each technical program at OSUIT has an Advisory Committee comprised of industry experts who work closely with faculty and staff to assure excellence in OSUIT's programs of study. Learn more about the companies OSUIT partners with.

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For questions about enrolling in one of SCIT's programs, please contact Program Support Strategist Trudy Book at 918-293-5051 or Students looking for advisement should contact Student Success & Career Advisor Kim Beattie at 918-293-5440 or

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OSUIT School of Creative & Information Technologies
1801 E. 4th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447

Trey Hill

Trey Hill Interim Dean, School of Creative & Information Technologies
Dr. Trey Hill serves as Dean of the School of Arts, Sciences & Health, and the interim dean of the School of Creative and Information Technologies. Before joining OSUIT, Dr. Hill served as Associate Professor and Department Chair of the Department of Psychology at Fort Hays State University. He taught undergraduate and graduate students research methods, statistics, and psychology courses for seven years. Dr. Hill has also served as President of the Southwestern Psychological Association, and later the organization’s Chief Information Officer.

Outside of academic leadership, Dr. Hill is an avid researcher, having published numerous peer-reviewed articles in experimental psychology and judgment and decision-making. He has also published in academic leadership journals and is on the second edition of a co-authored cognitive psychology textbook.

Dr. Hill received a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from Kansas State University, an M.S. in experimental psychology from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and a B.S. in psychology from Oklahoma State University – Stillwater.

Christian Bradley

Christian Bradley serves as assistant dean of the School of Creative & Information Technologies at OSU Institute of Technology.

Before coming to OSUIT in 2019, Bradley served as the institutional director of Media Arts for The Art Institute’s College of Creative Art and Design. Bradley was also an academic director, program chair and full-time teacher at various times during his 16 years with the Art Institutes.

He has a B.A. in Art from Cal State Fullerton and an M.A. in Leadership from South University. He has worked at multimedia companies, including Interplay, The Collective, and JVC, over his professional career. Bradley also was the president of Cubicle Arts. This contracting company provided digital and traditional art assets for multimedia companies.

Over the past 18 years, Bradley has focused on teaching others how to use 3D and digital art software in the classroom, through various publications and by developing online training series offered through,, and The Art Institutes Online.