University of Oklahoma College of Engineering

University Of Oklahoma College Of Engineering

University of Oklahoma College of Engineering

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The University of Oklahoma College of Engineering in the engineering unit of the University of Oklahoma in Norman. It has an enrollment of 2,086 undergraduates and 2,193 graduate students,


The college was founded in 1909, but engineering work started five years before that under the School of Applied Science. By 1908 formal programs had been established in electrical, civil and mechanical engineering under the direction of the school's first dean, James Felgar, who would lead the soon to be created college for 28 years. The college's first spike in enrollment came in the 1930's, when demand for natural gas and oil led to the creation of programs in geological engineering and petroleum engineering. Until the 1970's, engineering students could be identified by the slide rules which were carried in a leather case on their belts.

The college's main office are currently located in Carson Engineering Center, with many civil and industrial engineering classes being held in that building. Historic Felgar Hall houses mechanical and aerospace engineering, while the first three floors of the Sarkeys Energy Center are home to the school of chemical engineering. In recent years, the college has rapidly expanded beyond these...
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