Photo of professor John Conley with a graduate student in a lab


Invent the future. Your career begins now.

Be a part of groundbreaking research and learn from the best. Oregon State researchers are pushing the boundaries of technology with inventions like transparent electronics. A collaborative culture enables impacts that span areas such as forestry, agriculture, health care, robotics, and environmental monitoring.

Majors and degrees

 

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MS and PhD program start
September 23, 2020 

MS and PhD application deadline
December 15, 2019

MEng program start
March 30, 2020
September 23, 2020
January 4, 2021

MEng application deadline
March 1, 2020
August 17, 2020
December 7, 2020

 
Research

Solve real-world problems. Our collaborative community and close partnerships in industry, government, and academia support innovative breakthroughs that are impacting the world.
 

Careers

Find your fit. Our location offers opportunities to connect with nearby companies such as HP, Intel and Microsoft, and our partnerships with government agencies, national labs, and other universities will give you exposure to a variety of career options.

Livability

Feel at home. This progressive, inclusive, and intellectually vibrant community is often ranked highly on top-ten lists for livability. Surrounded by forests, Corvallis is close to mountains, the ocean and the major metropolitan area of Portland.

 

Hear from a current graduate student:

Grad Student Profile: Spencer Leuenberger

 

Hear from our alumni:

Quotation marksI have a special place in my heart for Oregon State, because it started me on my career.

Nadia Payet, (Ph.D. CS 2011)
Senior software engineer at Google

 

Quotation marksOregon State is an essential provider of talent to sustain the future of our Northwest engineering companies. I believe that a strong connection between industry and the university is critical to the success of our engineering ecosystem. I’m privileged to be a part of that connection and continue to enjoy the many special qualities of Oregon State.

Brandon Greenley (B.S. EE 1999 and M.S. EE 2001)
General manager at Danaher, Tektronix Component Solutions