Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

3D Modeling & Animation, A.A.S.

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A degree in 3D Modeling & Animation can prepare you for a career in many fields. The options range from film, architecture and product modeling to special effects, previsualization, environmental design and illustration. Get your foot in the door by completing OSUIT’s revised and expanded 3D Modeling & Animation curriculum. You will receive a comprehensive immersion into 3D modeling and animation while earning your Associate in Applied Science. We offer an industry-focused education where potential employers guide the program curriculum. Low student-to-faculty ratios make for more personalized instructor interaction. Gain industry experience with an internship spent working under the guidance of a professional modeler or animator.

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Graphic Design Technology, A.A.S.

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The complexity of today’s technology requires precise communications. The function of the graphic designer is to apply creative skill and technical knowledge to attract and influence the consumer through visual stimulation. These responsibilities require a thorough knowledge of both conventional and electronic applications for design, layout and production. The ability to be a creative problem solver is extremely important for today’s graphic designer. Visual media communicators form the nucleus of the broadest field of applied arts, whether it is called graphic design, commercial art or visual communications. To be a graphic designer requires knowledge and skills in drawing, design, typography, computer and mechanical production. Recent graduates have attained recognition as layout artists, designers, illustrators and art directors with leading advertising agencies, industrial graphic departments and publishers. Graduates with experience can establish successful and satisfying careers as graphic designers, art directors and creative directors for advertising agencies and design studios, or freelance designers.

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Construction Industry

HVAC Technician

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology, A.A.S.

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OSU Institute of Technology offers the only Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (ACR) degree in Oklahoma. Students enrolled in the ACR program learn and develop the mechanical and electrical skills needed to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair residential and commercial heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems with a variety of electro-mechanical and electronic control platforms. Become an expert with service tools such as pressure gauges, electrical meters, refrigerant recovery units, manometers, air flow meters, and temperature recorders. A vital component of the ACR program is the required internship all students must complete. Students will apply their skills and knowledge in a real-world setting, facing challenges alongside technicians in the field. Interning at small and large firms with diverse clientele and work environments allows students to experience the spectrum of the air conditioning and refrigeration industry.

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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

CAT® Dealer Prep Program, A.A.S.

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Students accepted to OSU Institute of Technology’s CAT® Dealer Prep program have the opportunity to work with their head and their hands on the most advanced and powerful machines built by the world’s leading manufacturer of construction equipment, Caterpillar. Those in the two-year CAT® program will spend half their time on campus for technical instruction on current products and equipment learning the latest diagnostic and service procedures. The rest of the time will be spent getting real-world training through paid internships at CAT® dealerships. Caterpillar dealers have a critical need for highly qualified, motivated and skilled employees who can diagnose problems, find solutions and perform equipment service and repair. The CAT® program upgrades the skills of incoming service technicians and trains students to use recommended procedures, special tools and service information in order to maintain Caterpillar equipment. Graduates with an Associate in Applied Science in Diesel & Heavy Equipment who complete the CAT® Dealer Prep program become a part of team that helps get important work done like building projects and road construction.

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Komatsu Advanced Career Training Program, A.A.S.

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OSUIT’s Komatsu Advanced Career Training Program trains students to diagnose, service and maintain Komatsu equipment using factory recommended procedures, special tools and service information. Komatsu has distributors around the world so a career with the construction and mining equipment manufacturer can take students anywhere. Those selected to be in the two-year Komatsu program will spend half their time on campus for technical instruction on current products and equipment learning the latest diagnostic and service procedures. The rest of the time will be spent getting real-world training through paid internships at Komatsu distributors. Those who graduate with an Associate in Applied Science who complete the Komatsu ACT Program are prepared to understand new systems and components and communicate technically making it easier to advance within the company.

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Western Equipment Dealers Association Technician Training, A.A.S.

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OSU Institute of Technology offers the leading industrial and farm equipment degree program sponsored by the Western Equipment Dealers Association. The purpose of the program is to upgrade the technical competency and professional level of incoming industrial and farm equipment service technicians. Those selected to be in the two-year Western Equipment Dealers Association Technician Training program will spend half their time on campus for technical instruction on current products and equipment learning the latest diagnostic and service procedures. The rest of the time will be spent getting real-world on-the-job training at WEDA-member dealerships.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Civil Engineering/Surveying Technologies, A.A.S.

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If you're interested in an Associate in Applied Science in Civil Engineering/Surveying Technologies, a degree from OSU Institute of Technology is the difference-maker, offering: Faculty comprised of industry professionals, Industry-sponsored learning laboratories, Low student-to-faculty ratios, and State-of-the-art equipment and classrooms. Graduates gain a wide of range of skills and knowledge in areas such as surveying, geotechnical engineering, structural analysis, water resource management, transportation and project management. Since the program is technology-intensive, you will work closely with industry leaders to incorporate the latest business practices and emerging technologies. Applied learning environments are what set OSUIT apart from other universities, and there's no better way to obtain practical experience than through our internship opportunities. By interning, not only do you benefit by networking with industry professionals while using the latest technology in the field, you help offset the cost of your education with the opportunity of becoming an employee once you graduate.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Civil Engineering/Surveying Technologies, A.A.S.

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If you're interested in an Associate in Applied Science in Civil Engineering/Surveying Technologies, a degree from OSU Institute of Technology is the difference-maker, offering: Faculty comprised of industry professionals, Industry-sponsored learning laboratories, Low student-to-faculty ratios, and State-of-the-art equipment and classrooms. Graduates gain a wide of range of skills and knowledge in areas such as surveying, geotechnical engineering, structural analysis, water resource management, transportation and project management. Since the program is technology-intensive, you will work closely with industry leaders to incorporate the latest business practices and emerging technologies. Applied learning environments are what set OSUIT apart from other universities, and there's no better way to obtain practical experience than through our internship opportunities. By interning, not only do you benefit by networking with industry professionals while using the latest technology in the field, you help offset the cost of your education with the opportunity of becoming an employee once you graduate.

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Architectural Drafter

Engineering Graphics & Design Drafting Technologies, A.A.S.

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Students in the Engineering Graphics & Design Drafting Technologies program can expect to utilize state-of-the-art technology and software to experience an authentic, multi-disciplinary learning environment that includes civil, mechanical, structural, piping and architectural disciplines. A key component of the program is the use of industry standard software such as AutoCAD, Revit, Civil 3D, GIS, CADWorx and SolidWorks. Those who earn an Associate in Applied Science in Engineering Technologies - Engineering Graphics & Design Drafting Technologies can work as design drafters. Graduates will be prepared to produce engineering drawings and plans for a variety of businesses and industry companies. Projects range from roadways, bridges, manufactured parts, process piping, pipeline and building plans.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Pipeline Integrity, A.A.S.

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The Pipeline Integrity Technology curriculum at OSU Institute of Technology enables students to develop the skills and knowledge required to be successful in the pipeline industry. Major topics include assessing pipeline damage and risk, corrosion control, regulations, safety, design and integrity management. Oil and gas remain the primary energy source around the globe, and the movement of these products in an efficient manner is more critical than ever. Though the world's infrastructure continues to age, these same pipelines will be called upon to operate for decades to come as demand increases and new sources of energy products are discovered. It is imperative that the integrity and security of these aging structures be well-maintained and managed. The need for skilled engineering technologists that install, operate, maintain, repair and manage the integrity and security of pipelines is on the increase as a large portion of the current workforce in this arena reaches retirement age. By pursuing an Associate in Applied Science in Pipeline Integrity Technology, you’ll be ready to earn a competitive salary with enormous growth potential in just two years. Integrating engineering technology competency areas and employability skills, OSUIT faculty foster an applied learning environment where you will learn by doing. Students work as individuals and in teams in realistic laboratory environments to solve challenging real-world problems. At OSUIT, you will experience a multi-disciplinary program that allows you to become a highly productive team member in the industry, often bridging the gap between the engineer and the layperson that is charged with implementing the design.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts - Baking and Pastry, A.A.S.

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The Associate in Applied Science in Culinary Arts - Baking & Pastry option prepares students with the skills and knowledge necessary for an exciting career in the growing food service industry. At OSUIT, students gain hands-on experience in real-world learning environments, with a diverse and experienced faculty of professional chefs, proven teaching methods, a low student-to-faculty ratio, and multiple internship opportunities. Fine dining is enjoying a resurgence and is changing the way hotels, cruise lines, and vacation resorts deliver legendary experiences while offering fantastic career opportunities for Culinary Arts graduates. Recent graduates are well prepared to begin their career with a solid foundation in the skills and knowledge necessary for success.

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Culinary Arts - Food Studies, A.A.S.

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The Associate in Applied Science in Culinary Arts - Food Studies Option prepares students with the skills and knowledge necessary for an exciting career in the growing food service industry. At OSUIT, students gain hands-on experience in real-world learning environments, with a diverse and experienced faculty of professional chefs, proven teaching methods, a low student-to-faculty ratio, and multiple internship opportunities. Fine dining is enjoying a resurgence and is changing the way hotels, cruise lines, and vacation resorts deliver legendary experiences while offering fantastic career opportunities for Culinary Arts graduates. Recent graduates are well prepared to begin their career with a solid foundation in the skills and knowledge necessary for success.

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Culinary Certificate I

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The Culinary Certificate I is intended to give employers the assurance that those completing the coursework have the skills and knowledge necessary to enter the workforce successfully as an entry-level food service worker.

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Culinary Certificate II

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The Culinary Certificate II is intended to give employees completing the Culinary Certificate I additional technical skills and applied knowledge that may be required by employers for further advancement in the food service industry.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrician

Electrical Construction Technology, A.A.S.

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OSUIT is one of only a few universities to offer an associate degree in Electrical Construction, an industry where employment is in high demand. The Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology - Electrical Construction will prepare you to work in all areas of the electrical industry, whether you’re choosing a career in the commercial, residential or industrial area; as an electrician or electrical code inspector; or doing design or estimations. The rounded education and training received in the Construction Technology - Electrical Construction option gives graduates flexibility and choice when it comes time to find a job. Those who earn their degree can work as an apprentice for an electrical contractor, a design and engineering assistant at an engineering firm, a maintenance electrician for a manufacturing plant or gain experience as a journeyman electrician who can advance to a electrical contractor.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electrical Construction Technology, A.A.S.

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OSUIT is one of only a few universities to offer an associate degree in Electrical Construction, an industry where employment is in high demand. The Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology - Electrical Construction will prepare you to work in all areas of the electrical industry, whether you’re choosing a career in the commercial, residential or industrial area; as an electrician or electrical code inspector; or doing design or estimations. The rounded education and training received in the Construction Technology - Electrical Construction option gives graduates flexibility and choice when it comes time to find a job. Those who earn their degree can work as an apprentice for an electrical contractor, a design and engineering assistant at an engineering firm, a maintenance electrician for a manufacturing plant or gain experience as a journeyman electrician who can advance to a electrical contractor.

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Engineering Technologies - Electrical/Electronics Technologies, A.A.S.

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With an AAS in Engineering Technologies - Electrical/Electronics Technologies, graduates can work as control system technicians, instrumentation/automation technicians, electrical/electronic maintenance technicians and instrumentation technicians. The demand for graduates with an electrical/electronics specialty will only increase as manufacturing companies continue to look into automation to increase the quality of their products as well as overall profitability.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Engineering Technologies - Electrical/Electronics Technologies, A.A.S.

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With an AAS in Engineering Technologies - Electrical/Electronics Technologies, graduates can work as control system technicians, instrumentation/automation technicians, electrical/electronic maintenance technicians and instrumentation technicians. The demand for graduates with an electrical/electronics specialty will only increase as manufacturing companies continue to look into automation to increase the quality of their products as well as overall profitability.

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Engineering Technologies - Instrumentation Technologies, A.A.S.

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Students who earn an AAS in Engineering Technologies - Instrumentation Technology are qualified to design, specify, troubleshoot and manage instrumentation and control systems in the fields of chemical processing, food processing, oil and gas production, manufacturing, energy production and other highly technical fields. Graduates also have the option to continue their education and earn a Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering Technology.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Ford Automotive Student Service Educational Training Program, A.A.S.

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Drive your passion and make it a career with the Ford Automotive Student Service Educational Training (ASSET) program. OSU Institute of Technology offers the one and only Ford ASSET program in Oklahoma. Learn from Ford-certified professionals utilizing the latest products, equipment and technology. Students will earn Service Technician Specialty Training (STST) in gasoline engine repair, manual drivetrain and axles, automatic transmissions and transaxles, suspension and steering, brake, electrical and engine performance. Through dealer sponsorship, job placement is nearly 100 percent for graduates earning an Associate in Applied Science. In addition, you'll receive a majority of Ford-issued certifications.

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General Motors Automotive Student Education Program, A.A.S.

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The General Motors Automotive Student Education Program (ASEP) at OSU Institute of Technology provides the in-depth training needed in today’s high tech automotive world. Learn from the best. Our instructors are GM-trained and in touch with the latest automotive trends. Identify, analyze and solve complex automotive problems as theory and practical application come together between coursework and internship experience. An Associate in Applied Science will enable you to advance your career path, and all GM ASEP graduates receive extensive credit towards GM or ACDelco certification. Start your a career as a GM-trained technician who can diagnose vehicle concerns, perform factory recommended service procedures and maintain high customer service standards at General Motors dealerships.

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Mopar Career Automotive Program, A.A.S.

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The Mopar® Career Automotive Program (MCAP) at OSU Institute of Technology develops the best-trained force in the automotive industry to work on some of the hottest, most technologically advanced vehicles on and off the road. Through MCAP, you will experience the highest level of training from industry-certified instructors on all Mopar® products and their systems including engine, electrical, brakes, steering and suspension, automatic or manual transmission and transaxles, climate control and engine performance. MCAP is an excellent way to receive the product knowledge and service skills required to work on today’s Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge, Ram, SRT® and FIAT® vehicles. Graduate from the Mopar® Career Automotive Program with an Associate in Applied Science while earning the majority of Mopar®-issued certifications with eligibility for the Automotive Service Excellence Certification.

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Pro-Tech, A.A.S.

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The hands-on learning experience at OSU Institute of Technology's Pro-Tech program prepares you to understand and apply automotive diagnostic and service procedures to a range of vehicles. With an Associate in Applied Science and completion of the Pro-Tech program, graduates can start working as an automotive technician and will be eligible for certification by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). Analytically diagnose problems, perform proper service procedures and maintain high customer service standards. Through OSUIT's Pro-Tech program, you'll be ready to start your career as a technician at an independent automotive repair facility with opportunities to advance to master technician, shop foreman or service manager. The Pro-Tech program is a participating school with Subaru University which allows our students to graduate with Subaru-specific certifications.

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Toyota Technician Training and Education Network, A.A.S.

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Let the Toyota Technician Training and Education Network (T-TEN) program at OSU Institute of Technology put you in the driver's seat.Learn and earn in a supportive environment while receiving instruction from factory-trained instructors and guidance from dealership mentors. Students in the Toyota T-TEN program are taught by Toyota-certified professionals utilizing the latest Toyota and Lexus vehicles to learn about transmissions and transaxles; suspension, noise vibration and harshness; brakes; electrical and electronic systems; automatic climate control; electronic fuel injection; engines; and computer control systems.Graduates earn an Associate in Applied Science in Automotive Service Technology and the confidence, skills and certifications needed to launch into a challenging and profitable career.

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Truck Technician, A.A.S.

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The OSUIT Truck Technician Program is a cooperative two-year college level Truck Technician Training program that leads to an Associate in Applied Science. The School of Transportation & Heavy Equipment at OSU Institute of Technology, working in close relationship with OEMs, Dealers and Fleets, administer the program activities. The Program is exclusively by and for companies that have agreed to conditions and responsibilities set forth in a signed a Letter of Agreement with OSUIT. The purpose of the program is to upgrade the technical competency and professional level of incoming over the road truck service technicians. It will train students to diagnose, repair, service and maintain over the road trucks using TMC recommended procedures, special tools and service information. It will provide course content that will enable successful graduates to advance in position after additional experience, and to understand new systems and components as they are introduced. This is a five-semester program with the first four semesters on campus. Then the fifth semester will be spent on internship.

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Energy Industry

Electrical Lineman

High Voltage Lineman, A.A.S.

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OSUIT’s program training future high voltage linemen utilizes the university’s outdoor lab, the latest technology and a hands-on instructional approach to teach everything from pole climbing to substation operations to electrical and transformer theory. In addition to instruction on campus, students can also take advantage of paid internships to gain additional first-hand knowledge and experience, some even participating in helping restore power to areas devastated by storms. With an Associate in Applied Science in High Voltage Lineman, graduates begin work as a lineman (power line technician) and advance to foremen, job superintendents, labor leaders, power line estimators and contractors. These are careers not many people can undertake and the need for these positions is expected to only increase.

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Natural Gas Compression Technologies, A.A.S.

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Students in OSU Institute of Technology’s Associate in Applied Science in Industrial Maintenance Technologies - Natural Gas Compression Technologies option can enjoy a remarkable career working anywhere in the world, from a gas well a few miles from home to an offshore platform in the Gulf of Mexico. A significant contributor to the nation’s energy infrastructure, the natural gas compression industry brings natural gas from the well to the consumer. The industry needs high quality, well-trained technicians right now. By utilizing industry-savvy faculty, state-of-the-art technologies and equipment, and strong industry connections, our students develop talents and skills in high-demand professions in the state, region and country. The Natural Gas Compression Technologies program at OSUIT is taught by faculty with solid industry experience and supported by leading natural gas compression producers and suppliers. From engines to electronic controls, the curriculum is focused around hands-on instruction. The classroom and lab learning is then reinforced by internships offered by industry employers. Often, students are sponsored by Gas Processor Association (GPA) member companies who may provide scholarships or other means of educational assistance.

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Power Plant Operator

Power Plant Technology, A.A.S.

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Earning an Associate in Applied Science in Power Plant Technology allows graduates to start a career in the electrical power generation industry. Our program is leading the way in training the next generation of power plant operators. The main focus of our program is clean burning natural gas, combined cycle plant operations. Students in the Power Plant Technology program utilize and train on cutting-edge technology and equipment for hands-on training. Paid internships, a requirement for this program, ensure students learn and gain real-world experience before they graduate. Students explore all aspects of a power plant, from water chemistry to electrical distribution. Having 10 power plants within a one-hour drive of the OSUIT campus, site visits are part of the curriculum. Students have a chance to tour multiple plants, speak with operators as well as invite guest speakers from those plants to campus. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, power plant operators control, operate and maintain machinery to generate electricity. They use control boards to distribute power among generators and regulate the output from several generators. They monitor instruments to maintain voltage and electricity flows from the plant to meet consumer demand for electricity, which fluctuates throughout the day. The median annual wage for power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers was $68,230 in May 2012. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $44,110 and the top 10 percent earned more than $92,570. View the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook: Power Plant Operators, Distributors, and Dispatchers for additional information on the industry.

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Information Technology Industry

Systems Analyst

Information Technologies, A.A.S.

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OSU Institute of Technology offers an Associate in Science (AS), an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) and a Bachelor of Technology (BT) in Information Technologies. All three IT degrees may be completed fully online (excluding some remedial coursework). As an Information Technologies graduate, you will be able to: Work in a broad spectrum of career fields and locations; Acquire high-demand post-secondary credentials; Continue your post-secondary studies; Complete one or more professional certifications or certificates. Whether you are new to computers or an experienced professional seeking a credential or certification(s) to further your career, our technology-intensive, application-focused programs help you gain experience in a broad range of information technology (IT) areas, such as computer hardware, networking, operating systems, programming, web development, database, scripting and IT security. The IT field offers many rewarding professional opportunities. Our graduates go to work in a wide variety of career fields and locations. Many advance to become managers and supervisors with significantly increased pay!

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Information Security Analyst

Information Technologies, A.A.S.

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OSU Institute of Technology offers an Associate in Science (AS), an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) and a Bachelor of Technology (BT) in Information Technologies. All three IT degrees may be completed fully online (excluding some remedial coursework). As an Information Technologies graduate, you will be able to: Work in a broad spectrum of career fields and locations; Acquire high-demand post-secondary credentials; Continue your post-secondary studies; Complete one or more professional certifications or certificates. Whether you are new to computers or an experienced professional seeking a credential or certification(s) to further your career, our technology-intensive, application-focused programs help you gain experience in a broad range of information technology (IT) areas, such as computer hardware, networking, operating systems, programming, web development, database, scripting and IT security. The IT field offers many rewarding professional opportunities. Our graduates go to work in a wide variety of career fields and locations. Many advance to become managers and supervisors with significantly increased pay!

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Software Developer

Information Technologies, A.A.S.

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OSU Institute of Technology offers an Associate in Science (AS), an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) and a Bachelor of Technology (BT) in Information Technologies. All three IT degrees may be completed fully online (excluding some remedial coursework). As an Information Technologies graduate, you will be able to: Work in a broad spectrum of career fields and locations; Acquire high-demand post-secondary credentials; Continue your post-secondary studies; Complete one or more professional certifications or certificates. Whether you are new to computers or an experienced professional seeking a credential or certification(s) to further your career, our technology-intensive, application-focused programs help you gain experience in a broad range of information technology (IT) areas, such as computer hardware, networking, operating systems, programming, web development, database, scripting and IT security. The IT field offers many rewarding professional opportunities. Our graduates go to work in a wide variety of career fields and locations. Many advance to become managers and supervisors with significantly increased pay!

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Database Administrators

Information Technologies, A.A.S.

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OSU Institute of Technology offers an Associate in Science (AS), an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) and a Bachelor of Technology (BT) in Information Technologies. All three IT degrees may be completed fully online (excluding some remedial coursework). As an Information Technologies graduate, you will be able to: Work in a broad spectrum of career fields and locations; Acquire high-demand post-secondary credentials; Continue your post-secondary studies; Complete one or more professional certifications or certificates. Whether you are new to computers or an experienced professional seeking a credential or certification(s) to further your career, our technology-intensive, application-focused programs help you gain experience in a broad range of information technology (IT) areas, such as computer hardware, networking, operating systems, programming, web development, database, scripting and IT security. The IT field offers many rewarding professional opportunities. Our graduates go to work in a wide variety of career fields and locations. Many advance to become managers and supervisors with significantly increased pay!

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Information Technologies, A.A.S.

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OSU Institute of Technology offers an Associate in Science (AS), an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) and a Bachelor of Technology (BT) in Information Technologies. All three IT degrees may be completed fully online (excluding some remedial coursework). As an Information Technologies graduate, you will be able to: Work in a broad spectrum of career fields and locations; Acquire high-demand post-secondary credentials; Continue your post-secondary studies; Complete one or more professional certifications or certificates. Whether you are new to computers or an experienced professional seeking a credential or certification(s) to further your career, our technology-intensive, application-focused programs help you gain experience in a broad range of information technology (IT) areas, such as computer hardware, networking, operating systems, programming, web development, database, scripting and IT security. The IT field offers many rewarding professional opportunities. Our graduates go to work in a wide variety of career fields and locations. Many advance to become managers and supervisors with significantly increased pay!

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IT Support Specialist

Information Technologies, A.A.S.

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OSU Institute of Technology offers an Associate in Science (AS), an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) and a Bachelor of Technology (BT) in Information Technologies. All three IT degrees may be completed fully online (excluding some remedial coursework). As an Information Technologies graduate, you will be able to: Work in a broad spectrum of career fields and locations; Acquire high-demand post-secondary credentials; Continue your post-secondary studies; Complete one or more professional certifications or certificates. Whether you are new to computers or an experienced professional seeking a credential or certification(s) to further your career, our technology-intensive, application-focused programs help you gain experience in a broad range of information technology (IT) areas, such as computer hardware, networking, operating systems, programming, web development, database, scripting and IT security. The IT field offers many rewarding professional opportunities. Our graduates go to work in a wide variety of career fields and locations. Many advance to become managers and supervisors with significantly increased pay!

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Healthcare Industry

Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing - LPN to RN Transition, A.A.S.

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In addition to a traditional Associate in Applied Science in Nursing pathway, OSU Institute of Technology offers a LPN to RN Transition pathway to becoming a registered nurse. There is no better place to become an RN than OSUIT. OSUIT’s AAS in Nursing provides hands-on learning environments, experienced faculty and state-of-the-art classrooms and lab spaces. Our nursing labs feature advanced simulation mannequins— enabling practice for a wide range of nursing procedures. Upon successful completion of the degree program and NCLEX-RN, you will be eligible for numerous employment opportunities as a registered nurse. As an RN, you are accountable to think critically, collaborate with and advocate for patients and participate in the improvement of healthcare systems, all with excellent salary potential.

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Nursing, A.A.S.

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There is no better place to become an RN than OSUIT. OSUIT’s AAS in Nursing provides hands-on learning environments, experienced faculty and state-of-the-art classrooms and lab spaces. Our nursing labs feature advanced simulation mannequins— enabling practice for a wide range of nursing procedures. Upon successful completion of the degree program and NCLEX-RN, you will be eligible for numerous employment opportunities as a registered nurse. As an RN, you are accountable to think critically, collaborate with and advocate for patients and participate in the improvement of healthcare systems, all with excellent salary potential.

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Surgical Technologist

Orthotic and Prosthetic Technologies, A.A.S.

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The Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies program at OSU Institute of Technology teaches students about the design, fabrication and fitting of prosthetic limbs and orthopedic braces. It’s one of only six two-year orthotic and prosthetic technician programs in the country, and graduates of OSUIT’s program can go on to work as technicians or orthotic fitters in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation facilities, fabrication laboratories, nursing homes and private practices. Completing an internship is a requirement of the program so students not only get experience in the orthotics and prosthetics field, but also gain increased knowledge of the profession and more earning power. Earning an Associate in Applied Science in Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies qualifies you for certification as a technician by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics & Pedorthics (ABC).

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918-293-4678

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1801 E 4th St
Okmulgee, OK 74447-3901
United States