The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) at Oklahoma State University is the largest such academic college in the state of Oklahoma.
When you support the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, you help shape the future for Oklahoma State University. By contributing to the fund below, you make our future brighter orange!
26-41600 - This Operating Funds-General Purpose fund benefits students through the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology.
26-65000 - This Operating Funds-General Purpose fund benefits students through the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology.
Oklahoma State University’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology offers a broad spectrum of educational, research, and outreach opportunities designed to meet the technological needs of a modern society. Its faculty members have consistently achieved excellence in the classroom while directing research programs that rank among the best in the nation.
CEAT consists of the six schools of Engineering, the School of Architecture, and the Division of Engineering Technology. The essentials of CEAT’s success are built on a foundation of transforming math and science into ideas, devices and processes that improve the world around us or advance business opportunities that support families and communities.
Paul Tikalsky is the Dean of the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology and Professor of Structural Engineering at Oklahoma State University. Tikalsky became Dean on July 1, 2012.
Prior to his position with Oklahoma State, Tikalsky served as Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Utah. Before that, he was a professor and deputy director of the Larson Transportation Institute at Penn State University. Dean Tikalsky holds a B.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, a M.S. in Structural Engineering, University of Texas at Austin and received his Ph.D. in Structural Engineering at University of Texas at Austin as well.
“The opportunities for CEAT graduates to change the world is greater now than it has ever been. When we bring industry, alumni and CEAT together to build a foundation of new ideas, we will see that change, and our mission fulfilled.”
The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology at Oklahoma State University is advancing a new strategic plan in the coming year. We will focus on helping more students reach their degrees in four years and engaging more faculty and students in research and entrepreneurial activity to address the challenges of the 21st century.