|Embedded Systems Engineering|
|Geomatics (Geographic Info Systems & Surveying)|
|Renewable Energy Engineering|
|Available for Undergraduate||Rural||Yes||4414 (Total)||Yes|
|Associate, Bachelor||Public||Baccalaureate College||Co-educational||92 (International)|
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|学位||授業料||Fees||宿泊施設 **||食事||OtherExpenses||I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds)||ELS|
Established in 1947, Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech) offers associate's and bachelor's degree programs on its Klamath Falls and its Wilsonville campuses. The university also has a growing cadre of academic and industry partners throughout the Pacific Northwest. Klamath Falls is a small town located in southern Oregon's Klamath basin that has a rural population of about 40,000 on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains. Wilsonville is a suburb community located approximately 15 minutes south of metropolitan Portland, Oregon. Oregon Tech strongly encourages international students to attend the main campus in Klamath Falls, though on occasion they may enroll at the university's other sites.
OIT offers a variety of on-campus options, including single and double rooms and residence halls for third- and fourth-year students. Married student and family housing is not available on campus.
The International Student Club and the Diversity Center are two of Oregon Tech's most active student organizations. Oregon Tech has an active intercollegiate athletics program, including one of the nation's top small college men's basketball teams and a newly added Men's & Women's Golf. Intramural sports and club sports, including rugby are available. There are many student clubs built around different interests, ranging from cultural clubs to television production and outdoor activities. Most academic programs also have their own clubs.