Oklahoma State University

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oklahoma state university

public, coeducational institution of higher learning in Stillwater, Oklahoma, U.S., a part of Oklahoma's State System of Higher Education. The university also operates branch campuses in Okmulgee and Oklahoma City and is part of Oklahoma State University-Tulsa (formerly University Center at Tulsa). The Stillwater campus comprises colleges of agricultural sciences and natural resources, business administration, education, human environmental sciences, veterinary medicine, arts and sciences, and engineering, architecture, and technology. Many undergraduate, graduate, doctorate, and professional degree programs are offered. The Oklahoma City and Okmulgee campuses grant associate's degrees. The university also offers a two-year general education at its campus in Kameoka, near Kyoto, Japan. Research facilities include the Oklahoma Center for Integrated Design and Manufacturing, the Oklahoma Food and Agricultural Products Research and Technology Center, and the Center for Laser and Photonics Research. Total enrollment is more than 26,000.

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