Several studies have confirmed that parents play major roles in their children’s higher education and career choices. We recognize that going to college and choosing a career path are major life decisions. Therefore, we want to ensure that you and your son or daughter have all the information you need to make the best choices possible.
The Information Technologies Division takes its commitment for fostering the professional and personal growth of its students seriously. A message from Mr. Isaac Crawford, a parent of two OSU Institute of Technology Information Technologies alumni, is available below.
We sincerely hope the information on our website is helpful to you and your son or daughter in determining whether OSU Institute of Technology’s Information Technologies program is right for him or her. As always, please contact us directly at +1 918 293 5440, +1 800 722 4471 x 5440 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments you may have.
My oldest son, Jason, got a bachelor’s degree in computer science from another university, but couldn’t land a job. So he enrolled in OSU Institute of Technology’s Information Technologies program and got the credentials he needed and had a good job as soon as he graduated.
My next son, Erik went directly to OSU Institute of Technology to get his Bachelor of Technology degree in Information Assurance and Forensics. He too, was employed as soon as he graduated.
I’m very satisfied with the education and opportunities OSU Institute of Technology provided. The students who graduated with my oldest son from that other college are still looking for jobs in their field.
Both of my sons are doing well where they’re employed. In fact, both of their employers want them to advance. Because of the education and training they received at OSU Institute of Technology, they are able to do so quickly.
My sons recognized the importance of the hands-on learning experiences they had while at OSU Institute of Technology, but it wasn’t until they got into the field that they fully appreciated the true value of their education.
Both of my sons said the coursework at OSU Institute of Technology was very tough. I told them to hang in there and work hard, and am pleased to say that they both graduated with honors. Their diplomas say “Oklahoma State University” – and that name means a lot to employers.
Mr. Isaac Crawford