Orthotics and Prosthetics:
Make a Career of Making a Difference
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Oklahoma State University
Institute of Technology

Phone: 918-293-5330
Fax: 918-293-4653

AAS in Orthotic and Prosthetic Technologies
Helping Rebuild Lives

About the program

The Orthotic & Prosthetic (O&P) Technologies program at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT) teaches students about the design, fabrication and fitting of prosthetic limbs and orthopedic braces. Earning an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies qualifies graduates for certification as a technician and orthotic fitter by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics, and graduates of OSUIT’s program can go on to work as a technician or orthotic fitter in a variety of settings including hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation facilities, fabrication laboratories, nursing homes or private practices.

OSU Institute of Technology offers one of the industry's premier orthotic & prosthetic technologies programs, featuring:

How to apply?

There are no separate admissions requirements for the O&P program, and students may begin taking O&P courses in their first semester after being admitted to OSUIT. More information on how to apply to OSUIT can be found here. Students are also encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) when applying to OSUIT.

Quotes/Testimonials

Our students find rewarding experiences through their internships with local clinics. They learn compassion for the patients and an awareness of diversity."
Jennifer Block, director, OSUIT Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies

"The Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies program at OSUIT is a great technical program that gives me the opportunity to work with my hands. Not only do I make prosthetics, but I help make people's lives better while having fun at the same time."
Mitchell Cooper, student, OSUIT Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies

Learn more about the orthotic and prosthetic technician program at OSUIT.