100% of Electrical & Computer Engineering graduates are employed within six months of graduation
1st to offer software engineering focused degrees in Oklahoma
16 years of industry experience is average for OC faculty! We teach exactly what you need to know
388 alumni to help you make industry connections and land internships
Add a software emphasis to your degree to help meet the great market demand.
The OC Difference
We are engineers teaching the next generation of engineers. Small on class-size and big on labs, engineering faculty average 16 years of industry experience! We’ve developed a faith-filled curriculum to assure you graduate industry-ready in an environment built to strengthen faith and develop individual gifts.
You are wanted at OC, and we offer lots of scholarships to help make a stellar education in engineering possible. Actually, more than 90% of OC students receive scholarships and aid. Our small class sizes give you opportunities for more hands-on learning, individual growth and mentorship, and a place where you are known.
A Field with High Salaries and Great demand
Electrical & Electronics Engineers
Median Salary $99,070
Software Engineer/Developer: 21% job growth
Median Salary $105,590
Computer Hardware Engineer: 6% job growth
Median Salary $114,600
Computer Network Architect: 5% job growth
Median Salary $109,020
Computer & Information Systems Manager: 11% job growth
Median Salary $142,530
*source Bureau of Labor Statistics
I thought about being a tentmaker like Paul, working in a secular job and applying it to a spiritual job.Zekariah McNeal / Electrical Engineering & Bible Major, 2016 / Harvard Law School, 2021
OG&E and OC Team Up
to Energize Engineering Education through Senior Capstone Projects. Senior electrical and computer engineering students tackle real-world problems in:
- Renewable Energy
- Medical Applications
World-Class Industry Experience
At OC, we’ve taken input from industry to construct a world-class three-course capstone design sequence, which is universally praised by engineering companies. Mentored by engineers with a wealth of experience and expertise, all ECE students at Oklahoma Christian gain invaluable preparation through this emulation of industry.
Take interesting classes in digital signal processing, systems design, advanced architecture and networking.
Catapult into Engineering Summer Academy
Incoming ECE freshmen get to experience Engineering Summer Academy, earn class credit for Introduction to Engineering and build a solid community before fall classes even begin. You will decode encrypted messages, program robotic vehicles and, yes, catapult scientifically entertaining objects through the air. $585 covers course credit, materials and fees, plus room & board with early access to your dorm room.
Joe Watson Fund
ECE alumni initiated the Joe Watson Fund to provide resources for the ECE department to fulfill its educational goals and objectives. Alumni and friends donate to maximize ECE impact, provide scholarships and improve labs and equipment. Help us offer more freshmen scholarships by donating.
Outcomes & Objectives for Electrical & Computer Engineering
We've set predetermined goals for intentional education.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering
Some of the designations that set OC apart.
Electrical Engineering had a total of 62 undergraduate students in the 2019-20 school year. Degrees were awarded to ten graduates! Computer Engineering had a total of 32 undergraduate students in the 2019-20 school year. Degrees were awarded to eight graduates! Check out OC's historical enrollment.
Productivity tools for design teams giving students access to a vast knowledge base of articles and experts.
OC’s undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering degree programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org/.