Oregon Institute of Technology began offering online Bachelor of Science degrees in the Fall of 2003. Beginning with one program, Oregon Tech's degree offerings have grown to include today, six programs in an array of allied health fields, four in management, and one in the field of sleep technology and sleep disorders. Beginning in the Fall of 2011, a Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering Technology came online.
Admission requirements for the six allied health programs include passing a national and/or state board examination, or holding a registry, licensure or certification in these professions. The programs are considered to be "degree completion" and include:
Oregon Tech was the first university to offer a Bachelor of Science degree in Vascular Technology.
The four online degrees in management are Health Care Management, Information Technology, Operations Management and Technology and Management - Bachelor of Applied Science.
Finally, Polysomnographic Technology (sleep technology and sleep disorders) is a program offering both a Certificate as well as an Associate of Applied Science degree.
The Master of Science degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology is serving the needs of industry while allowing individuals working in the field to pursue graduate work without needing to travel to attend classes.
Oregon Tech continues to respond to the need to develop programs in new and unique fields to serve the needs of individuals across the nation in health, management and engineering.