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Hands-On Learning is our Passion

Oregon Tech's degree programs are focused on applied technologies, engineering, health professions, applied sciences, communication and management. Our faculty teach the theory and the application of that theory through hands-on learning in small classes and labs, and with the latest technology and real-world experiences. Students are in laboratories, clinics, and out in the field throughout their time at Oregon Tech. They learn from faculty members whose expertise is grounded in working in their field and maintaining those professional connections that benefit students both in-school and after they graduate.

Oregon Tech is best known for its traditional engineering and technological core, but new degree options (and surprising twists on old ones) are remarkably multi-dimensional. A Geomatics student might use GIS technology to survey an archeological excavation, or a Mechanical Engineering student may complete a cross-disciplinary application in sustainability. A Communication Studies major might compile a technical manual for an Oregon Renewable Energy Center project. Information Technology and Health Informatics or Management students might specialize in allied health management.

This real-world focus gives our students a competitive edge: 95 percent are employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. Year after year, our baccalaureate graduates earn excellent starting salaries, generally at the highest levels among their peers in the same fields.


Pre-Professional Programs

The pre-professional programs at Oregon Tech are undergraduate tracks that prepare you for a professional degree after your bachelor's. All pre-professional programs are offered in Klamath Falls.

  • Pre-Dentistry
  • Pre-Medical
  • Pre-Osteopathic Medicine
  • Pre-Pharmacy
  • Pre-Physical Therapy
  • Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Klamath Falls Campus

Oregon Tech's main campus is situated between Klamath Lake and the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. It's a beautiful and environmentally-rich setting for some of the Northwest's newest educational facilities utilizing green-building practices.

Wilsonville Campus

Oregon Tech's urban campus is located in Wilsonville, 18 miles from downtown Portland. The Wilsonville campus is designed to provide an industry-focused educational experience in the heart of Silicon Forest. Seattle and Salem also offer specific degree options, while Oregon Tech's Online program delivers a variety of programs to working professionals or place-bound students.

Online Campus

Whether you're a registered professional looking to complete your degree or a student who is just starting out, Oregon Tech Online offers you the flexibility to earn a degree on your own time from the convenience of your home. With five bachelor’s degree programs, seven completion degrees, a master’s program, and several other associate degrees, certificates and specializations, Online students are able to select in-demand degree programs that give them the credentials and specialized knowledge to succeed in their chosen field of expertise.

Seattle-Boeing Campus

Oregon Tech, as a partner of Boeing's Learning Together program, provides a number of degree and certificate programs expressly designed for Boeing employees at sites in the Puget Sound area.


Unsure which campus is right for you?

With Oregon Tech, you can earn your degree in Klamath Falls (Southern Oregon), Wilsonville (Portland Metro), Online, or at one of our partnership programs.

Find out which campus is right for you.

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