OSU-Oklahoma City responds to students’ career aspirations and current business and industry workforce development needs, by offering:
* Associate in applied science degree programs
* Associate in science degree programs
* Certificate programs
* Cooperative agreement programs
* General education programs
* Computer industry certifications
* Developmental education classes
Community leaders and professionals serve on advisory committees for each campus division, providing input on workforce changes.
Are you ready to move into the workplace?
OSU-Oklahoma City offers its Associate in Applied Science degree programs in six divisions. (Minimum 60 semester credit hours of college course work excluding any physical education courses.)
Planning to transfer to a four-year college?
Enroll in one of OSU-Oklahoma City’s Associate in Science degree programs. (Minimum 60 semester credit hours of college course work excluding any physical education courses.)
Does OSU-Oklahoma City offer short-term training that would assist in my current position or in my search for a new career?
OSU-Oklahoma City offers a variety of Certificate Programs. These programs require less than 60 hours, little general education course work and provide training certification for your employer.
I am interested in your Associate in Applied Science programs; but what about a four-year degree?
You can ensure specific degree requirements by enrolling in an OSU-Oklahoma City Cooperative Agreement Program.
I am planning to attend an Oklahoma technology center, can I earn applicable credit at OSU-Oklahoma City?
OSU-Oklahoma City offers courses that you can apply to certain fields of study. Cooperative Agreement Programs.
Want your general education classes out of the way or just looking for a great elective course?
All OSU-Oklahoma City Associates in Applied Science degrees require at least 18 hours of General Education from the division of Arts and Sciences, and many of these classes can also be transferred to a four-year degree program for credit hours. Other courses offered provide students with useful and interesting electives to round out a college education.
Do you want to work in computer technology?
If you are preparing for a career as a network administrator, technical support specialist, software/hardware developer, database administrator, or office specialist you may be interested in one of our Computer Industry Certifications.