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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA

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Founded

1890 Tier One

Institution

West Region TOP

Professional

Accreditations:

AACSB,

ABET, and 24 more

Less than 5% of schools worldwide are accredited by AACSB. As of October 1, 2016 only 752 institutions worldwide

were accredited by ABET. Sources: U.S. News & World Report “Top Public Schools: Regional Universities-West”; www.aacsb.edu; www.abet.org

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“I love UCO because I get taught by the best

professors, work with the most professional people,

and teach as a Teaching

Assistant at the same time.” - Rasta Rastakhiz, Iran

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A community of

16,000 students

1,000 International

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200+ organizations

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121 Undergraduate Majors

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80,000+ Alumni from around the world Sources: The Oklahoman August 29, 2014

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INTERNSHIP & JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

UCO’s Career Development Center will guide you. According to The Oklahoman, 40% of

international students are able to find employment in the Oklahoma City Metro Area upon graduation.

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The International House at UCO

is Oklahoma’s newest treasure.

Only here can international

students, American students and

the community play together, work together and learn from each other.

Broncho Buddies – buddy-to-buddy program between one American and one International student. CRISP (Community Responding to International Students Program) – connecting international students to American families. International Student Council – an umbrella student organization for all international student associations. UNIVE R S ITY

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Edmond,

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City in Oklahoma Sources: CNBC/NeighborhoodScout; FBI via Edmond Sun; U.S. News & World Report ‘Best Places to Live’; insurify.com Photo credit: City of Edmond

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Oklahoma City,

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20 minutes from UCO

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1.2+ mmunity Million People in the Metropolitan Area Sources: USA Today; ZipRecruiter; Travel and Leisure; CNN Money; U.S. Census Bureau

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Campus Chambers Library

Wellness Center

Education Building

Old North

Lillard Administration Building

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Thompson Soccer Field Art and Design Building

Communications Building Melton Art Gallery

Health and Physical Education

Music Building

Business Building Human Environmental Sciences


Center for Transformative Learning

Liberal Arts Office of Global Affairs

International House

Forensic Science Institute

Math and Computer Science Coyner Health Sciences

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DWIGHT ADAMS, PH.D. Director, W. Roger Webb Forensic Science Institute • Former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia. • A member of the FBI’s research team that developed DNA techniques. • Oversaw creation of the national DNA database, linking crime laboratories nationwide.

MONICA LAM, PH.D. Dean, College of Business • 30 years of experience in business education, specializing in Accounting and Management Information Systems • More than 10 years in higher education administration • More than 30 published articles

THOMAS TURNER, PH.D. Professor of Computer Science

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• Past experience working at IBM, Boeing and Rockwell International in engineering and programming. • 25 years teaching experience

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At Central, our students learn from faculty that are the best in their field. Faculty like Wei Chen, Ph.D., professor of Engineering and Physics and dean of the College of Mathematics and Science. Dr. Chen was named the 2008 U.S. Professor of the Year and is a Fulbright Scholar. He renowned for his research in laser-tissue interaction, laser cancer treatment and cancer imaging. Students get to work alongside him on his groundbreaking research. He’s just one of the many firstrate professors our students interact with each day.

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5 Halls $800 Residence

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Multiple Meal Choices

Every Day

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GPA Than Non-Housing

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UNDERGRADUATE

College of Business

Forensic Science Institute

Choices: 121 Majors

Accounting Business Administration - General Business Business Administration - International Business Business Administration - Legal Studies Economics Economics - Energy Economics Finance Finance - Insurance and Risk Management Information and Operations Management Management Information Systems Information and Operations Management Operations and Supply Chain Management Management Management - Human Resource Management Management - PGA Golf Management Marketing Marketing - Professional Selling

College of Education and Professional Studies

Career, Technical & Workforce Development Family and Consumer Sciences Career, Technical & Workforce Development Trade and Industrial Career, Technical & Workforce Development Workforce Development Community/Public Health Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Family Life Education - Child Development Family Life Education - Gerontology Family Life Education - Marriage and Family Fashion Marketing General Studies Industrial Safety Kinesiology - Exercise/Fitness Management Kinesiology - Outdoor and Community Recreation Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Management Organizational Leadership Physical Education/Health Psychology Special Education - Mild-Moderate Disabilities Special Education - Severe-Profound/Multiple Disabilities Speech/Language Pathology

College of Fine Arts and Design Arts Administration Art - Studio Art Art Education Contemporary Music Business Contemporary Music Performance Contemporary Music Production Dance Dance Education Design - Graphic Design Design - Interior Design Global Art & Visual Culture Music Music - Jazz Performance Music - Music Theatre Music - Percussion Performance Music - Piano Performance Music - String Performance Music - Vocal Performance Music - Wind Performance Music Education - Instrumental Music Education - Vocal Technology Application Studies Theatre Arts - Design and Technology Theatre Arts - Performance Theatre/Communication Education 18

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College of Liberal Arts

Applied Liberal Arts Communication - Interpersonal Communication Criminal Justice - Corrections Criminal Justice - General Criminal Justice Criminal Justice - Police English English - Creative Writing English Education Geography History History - Museum Studies History Education Humanities Mass Communication - Professional Media Modern Language - French Modern Language - German Modern Language - Spanish Modern Language Education - French Modern Language Education - German Modern Language Education - Spanish Philosophy Photographic Arts Political Science Political Science - Public Administration Sociology Sociology - Human Services Sociology - Substance Abuse Studies Software Engineering Strategic Communications - Orginizational Communication Strategic Communications - Strategic Communication Technical Writing

College of Mathmatics and Science

Actuarial Science Biology Biology - Biomedical Science Biology - Medical Laboratory Science Biomedical Engineering Chemistry Chemistry - ACS Certificate Chemistry - Health Sciences Computer Science Computer Science - Applied Computer Science - Information Science Electrical Engineering Engineering Physics - Physics Funeral Service Mathematics Mathematics - Applied Mathematics Mathematics - Statistics Mathematics Education Mechanical Engineering Nursing Science Education - Biology Science Education - Chemistry Science Education General Science Science Education - Physical Science Science Education - Physics

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Forensic Science Forensic Science - Chemistry Forensic Science - Digital Forensics Forensic Science - Molecular Biology


Admission Requirements 20 Composite 2.7 high school Score on the ACT overall Grade or 1020 Reading Point Average or OR and Math sections its equivalent combined SAT score

Transfer from College or University 2.00 cumulative 2.50 cumulative Grade Point Grade Point Average or its Average or its OR equivalent equivalent (Partner or US (Non-US Institution) Institution)

Proof of English Proficiency (for non-native English speaker) TOEFL 61 IBT or 500 PBT IELTS 5.5 overall band ESL Proof of 12 weeks of intensive English study at an approved ESL program in the U.S. after achieving minimum TOEFL (48-IBT) or (460-PBT) or IELTS 5.0 overall band

To apply:

1) Complete your online application at apply.uco.edu 2) Upload your required admission documents including:

• Official copies of academic records • Proof of English proficiency • Financial support documents • Government issued official ID or passport • SAT/ACT score report (optional) and/or audition form (music applicant only) UNIVE R S ITY

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Professional Studies: 76 Graduate Programs

College of Business

Business Administration Business Administration – Healthcare Business Administration – Energy Systems Business Analytics Enterprise Analytics

College of Education and Professional Studies

Adult and Higher Education – Lifelong and E-learning Adult and Higher Education – Interdisciplinary Studies Adult and Higher Education – Student Personnel Adult and Higher Education – Training Athletic Training Bilingual Education/TESL E-Learning Early Childhood Education Educational Leadership Elementary Education Family and Child Studies – Infant and Child Specialist Family and Child Studies – Marriage and Family Therapist Family and Child Studies – Family Life Educator Library Media Education Nutrition and Food Science Psychology – Counseling Psychology – Experimental Psychology Psychology – Forensic Psychology Psychology – General Psychology Psychology – School Psychology Reading School Counseling Secondary Education Speech-Language Pathology Special Education – Mild/Moderate Special Education – Severe/Profound Student Personnel – Program Management Wellness Management – Exercise Science Wellness Management – Health Promotion

College of Fine Arts and Design

College of Liberal Arts

Addictions Counseling Crime and Intelligence Analysis Criminal Justice Management and Administration Composition & Rhetoric Literature Creative Writing TESL Gerontology History Liberal Studies Museum Studies Political Science – General Political Science – International Affairs Public Administration – Public and Nonprofit Management Public Administration – Urban Management

College of Mathmatics and Science Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Applied Mathematical Science – Mathematics Applied Mathematical Science – Statistics Applied Mathematical Science – Teaching Biology Computational Science – Computer Science Computational Science – Computational Mathematics Computational Science – Computational Engineering Computer Science Engineering Physics – Biomedical Engineering Engineering Physics – Electrical Engineering Engineering Physics – Mechanical Engineering Engineering Physics – Physics Nursing

Forensic Science Institute Forensic Science Forensic Science – Biology/Chemistry

Design Historical Performance Illustration Music – Composition Music – Conducting Music – Music Education Music – Instrumental Performance Music – Collaborative Piano Music – Piano Pedagogy Music – Piano Performance Music – Vocal Pedagogy Music – Vocal Performance Music – Musical Theatre Jazz Studies – Performance Jazz Studies – Music Production 20

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Admission Requirements Between 2.50 to 3.00 overall Grade Point Average; varied by program

Other Requirements

(as required by the program): GMAT or GRE Audition for Music score report may Programs or be required by Portfolio for MFA OR OR certain graduate in Design programs Program

Letter of recommendations

Proof of English Proficiency (for non-native English Speaker)

TOEFL 79 IBT or 550 PBT IELTS 6.5 overall band ESL Proof of 12 weeks of intensive English study at an approved ESL program in the U.S. after achieving minimum TOEFL (61-IBT) or (500-PBT) or IELTS 6.0 overall band

Eligibility

Applicant must have completed or be currently enrolled in the final year of Undergraduate degree.

Admission Application Deadlines Spring term: November 15 • Fall term: July 15

To apply:

1) Complete your online application at apply.uco.edu 2) Upload your required admission documents including:

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Scholarships FIRST TIME FRESHMAN TYPE

EST. TOTAL IN 4 YEARS

GPA/SAT/ACT 3.00

Leaders of Tomorrow Council

$33,000

2.75

Distinguished Global Scholar

Up to $20,000

Merit Global Scholar Honor Global Scholar

President’s Leadership Council

$45,000

TOEFL/IELTS

DEADLINE May 1 (F)

May 1 (F)

3.75/1300/28

90/7.0

May 31 (F), Nov. 1 (S)

Up to $16,000

3.50/1250/26

71/6.0

May 31 (F), Nov. 1 (S)

Up to $12,000

3.25/1200/24

61/5.5

May 31 (F), Nov. 1 (S)

University Global Scholar

Up to $8,000

3.00/1150/22

61/5.5

May 31 (F), Nov. 1 (S)

Academic Global Achievement

Up to $3,500, one time

2.70/1050/20

61/5.5

May 31 (F), Nov. 1 (S)

Legacy Non-Resident Waiver

Up to 12 credit hours Parent or grandparent graduated Non-resident tuition from UCO/CSU per semester

Ongoing F – Fall, S – Spring

TRANSFER STUDENT TYPE

EST. PER YEAR

GPA

TOEFL/IELTS

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Distinguished Global Scholar

Up to $5,000

3.50

90/7.0

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Merit Global Scholar

Up to $4,000

3.25

81/6.5

May 31 (F), Nov. 1 (S)

Honor Global Scholar

Up to $3,000

3.00

71/6.0

May 31 (F), Nov. 1 (S)

University Global Scholar

Up to $2,000

2.75

61/6.0

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Global Achievement Award

Up to $3,500, one time

2.50

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Ongoing

Legacy Non-Resident Waiver

Up to 12 credit hours Parent or grandparent graduated Non-resident tuition from UCO/CSU per semester

Leadership Scholarship

Up to $7,250

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Mar. 1 (F)

Ongoing F – Fall, S – Spring

TYPE

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GPA

TOEFL/IELTS

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Merit Graduate Scholar

Up to $3,000

3.50

90/7.0

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University Graduate Scholar

Up to $2,000

3.25

81/6.5

May 31 (F), Nov. 1 (S)

Global Achievement Award

Up to $3,500, one time

2.75

81/6.5

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Legacy Non-Resident Waiver

Up to 9 credit hours Parent or grandparent graduated Non-resident tuition from UCO/CSU per semester

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2018-2019 Estimated Cost per academic year (9 months):

$24,850 Undergraduate $16,200 books & supplies $900 housing $2,600 meals $4,150 health insurance $550 miscellaneous $450

$25,050 Graduate

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$16,400 books & $900 supplies $2,600 housing $4,150 meals health $550 insurance $450 miscellaneous tuition & fees

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Based on enrollment for Fall and Spring semester, total of 24 undergraduate credit hours or 18 graduate hours. Fees vary based on the college through which courses are offered. For more information, visit oga.uco.edu/cost/tuition

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connect with Us Office of Global Affairs

Your One-Stop Service Team to meet your needs… • International Admissions & Recruitment • Immigration for F-1 & J-1 visa holders • Education Abroad • Intercultural Activities • International House • International Partnerships • Sponsored Student Services

HOME OFFICE Web: oga.uco.edu Email: international@uco.edu (General Inquiries) dso@uco.edu (Immigration) cgc@uco.edu (Education Abroad) Phone: 1.405.974.2390 Fax: 1.405.974.3842 WhatsApp: 1.405.588.9358 Office Hours Monday through Friday 8:00am–1:00pm By Appointments only 1:00pm–5:00pm Walk-in Hours

Peru Office In compliance with Title VI and Title VII of The Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Title IX of The Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, The Civil Rights Act of 1991, and other Federal Laws and Regulations, the University of Central Oklahoma does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, handicap, disability, status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices or procedures; this includes but is not limited to admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services. Students with disabilities who wish special accommodations should make their requests to the Coordinator of Disability Support Services at 974-2549. This publication, printed by PrintPlace.com, Arlington, TX, is issued by the University of Central Oklahoma as authorized by Title 70 OS 1981, Section 3903. 2,000 copies have been prepared or distributed at a cost of $3,275.85. 9/2018

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Enrique Villar, Manager Phone: 511-296-8107 Email: peru@uco.edu


China Office

Xiao Fang Zhao, Manager Web: www.ucochina.com Wechat / Phone: 86-1391-012-1391 Email: chinaoffice@uco.edu

India Office

G. A. Prasad, Manager Phone/Whatsapp: 91-9949000879 Email: india@uco.edu

Korea Office

Weldon Rice, Manager Web: www.ucokorea.net Phone: 02-737-3066 Email: wrice3@uco.edu


Office of Global Affairs 100 North University Drive Nigh University Center Room 137 Edmond, OK 73034, USA uco.edu /UCOOGA @UCOOGA @UCOOGA /UCOBronchos

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Your Future at UCO UCO MISSION:

UCO exists to help students learn by providing transformative education experiences to students so that they may become productive, creative, ethical and engaged citizens and leaders serving our GLOBAL community. UCO contributes to the intellectual, cultural, economic and social advancement of the communities and individuals it serves.

DEAR STUDENT,

UCO is one of the most welcoming and safest places you will find in America. At UCO, we give the international students an opportunity to connect to a buddy program (800 students last year). In this program, you will be paired with an America student for activities and friendship. (Check it out: #ucobronchobuddies) We have another great program which will introduce you to one of our 170 American families who have signed up to “adopt” a UCO international student. They will invite you to share in their activities, birthdays and holidays. Finally, don’t forget to tell your parents that UCO is both welcoming and safe. The FBI ranked your new city as one of the top 10 safest in the United States. You’ll love it here. And we’ll love having you. See you soon, — Dennis Dunham, Ph.D. Executive Director, Global Affairs

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