Master of Science in Engineering in Oklahoma

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Elevate your career with an MSE from Oklahoma Christian

We will be holding a special Information Session and Q & A for potential students on November 9th, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Prince Engineering Center.

Join one of the best Masters of Engineering programs in Oklahoma

Select a study track (computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, software engineering, or engineering management) and get the skills you need to lead. Professionals who step up to earn master of engineering degrees make about $10,000 more per year than their peers with bachelor’s degrees. Besides the financial benefits, more top tech companies and organizations want their employees to have the expertise that comes with an MSE degree, and OC is here to help you meet that need.

Regionally accredited by HLC.

Earn your MSE on your Schedule

With most classes in the evenings (and some online), the accelerated Master of Science in Engineering program from Oklahoma Christian is designed for you, the working professional. Earn your graduate degree in less than two years by taking just one or two classes a week in our 30-hour program. Courses are offered in eight-week sessions, providing the convenience and flexibility you need to balance your busy work and family schedules.

Tuition for the 2016-17 academic year is just $560 per credit hour for domestic students and $675 per credit hour for international students, making ours one of the most affordable MSE programs in Oklahoma.

There are six different times during the year that you can jump in and begin (January, March, May, July, August, and October) so you can apply now and get started. An accredited bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related field is preferable for admission, but students from other backgrounds are welcome and encouraged to apply.

Start working on your Master of Science in Engineering, right here in Oklahoma.

Testimonials

James Wood

James Wood works at Tinker Air Force Base as the Lead Avionics Engineer on the B-2 Bomber. His Master of Science in Engineering degree from Oklahoma Christian University’s Graduate School of Engineering and Computer Science helped him move up in his career.

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Questions about the Master of Science in Engineering?
Call Robert Leftwich at 405.425.5442 or email robert.leftwich@oc.edu.