Being a student in the Gallogly College of Engineering means more than learning about engineering; it means experiencing engineering as well, side by side with some of the world’s most respected authorities in their fields.
Our hands-on, real-world approach to the education experience makes creative problem solving, engineering design, leadership and communications skills all top priorities.
OU students are serving the global community, while gaining valuable professional experience and learning how to work in teams. Our students are proving that OU engineering graduates are uniquely positioned to navigate the realm of technological possibilities for improving our quality of life.
We are honored to be named among the best engineering schools in the country by "U.S. News and World Report." Rankings are based on weighted averages of 10 indicators including peer and recruiter assessments, faculty resources, student-faculty ratios, research activity, student selectivity and others.
The Gallogly College of Engineering is organized into seven schools with each school consisting of one or more programs. In addition, we offer a multidisciplinary undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics. The Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering is in the College of Earth and Energy. Each School also offers Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
All our Schools offer accelerated options, where you can complete a bachelor of science AND a master of science in five years!
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Seven engineering schools, unique possibilities!
Always pioneers, OU was the first university in the United States to offer a degree in engineering physics. In keeping with that tradition, we offer a state-of-the-art engineering computer network for research and instruction. OU was one of the first colleges of engineering to incorporate laptops into the curriculum and to provide wireless Internet in the classrooms. More than 60 patents have been issued to OU's Gallogly College of Engineering faculty.
May 04, 2023
The Wall Street Journal's inaugural ranking of "Best Colleges for Your Dream Career" in Engineering was released May 4. The University of Oklahoma, the only university in the state to make the Top 20 list, ranked #12 amidst a list that includes UCLA, UT Austin and Colorado School of Mines.
Nathan A. Goodman, a professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Director of Research for the Advanced Radar Research Center, has been selected for elevation to Fellow of the IEEE for his “contributions to cognitive and distributed radar signal processing.“
A recent study led by researchers at the University of Oklahoma projects that Native Americans in Oklahoma have approximately five times increased risk of heavy rainfall by the end of the century – notably 68% higher than the state’s general population.