Oklahoma State University’s School of Aeronautics offers five undergraduate degree options: Professional Pilot, Aviation Management, Technical Services Management, Aerospace Security, and Aerospace Logistics. Graduate degree options also include a Master of Science in Aviation and Space and a Doctor of Education in Aviation and Space. These programs are all accredited by the national and international Aviation Accreditation Board International. OSU’s programs include both FAA approved Part 141 and Part 61 flight training programs. The institution also offers engineering undergraduate and graduate degrees in the following areas: aerospace, computer, electrical, industrial and mechanical. These programs are all accredited by the national Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. OSU is also home to the Oklahoma Aerospace Education Research Symposium and NASA Johnson Space Center Strategic Education Alliance Program.