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Welcome to At OSU-OKC, we help you achieve a big-name degree at an affordable price. Whether you are getting an associate degree to go right to work in your chosen career, or plan to transfer to a four-year university, you will save more by starting here.

Fast Facts

Classes are offered during the

Day | Evening | Online

Student to Faculty Ratio:

16 to1

Graduates with an associate degree in applied science earn an average of $36,107 after one year in the workforce. This compares to an average salary paid to graduates with a bachelor’s degree of $29,236 after one year.*

$24 million

awarded in scholarships & financial aid during the 2016-2017 school year.

*2015 Employment Outcomes Report from the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education

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Check out our programs


Business & Management

Horticulture Technology AAS •Landscape Contracting, Design & Management •Nursery & Green House Production •Sustainable Crops Production •Turfgrass Management Horticulture Technology AS •Pre-Landscape Architecture/ Landscape Contracting Horticulture Certificate Veterinary Technology AAS

Accounting AAS Management AAS  •General Business Health Care Administration AS Non-Profit Management Certificate


Degree Options AAS: Associate in Applied Science AS: Associate in Science BT: Bachelor of Technology Degree options for each program are bulleted.

*According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Communication American Sign Language AS Sign Language Interpretation AAS Technical Spanish/Translation & Interpretation AAS •Health Care •Legal Spanish Certificate

Computer Information Systems AAS •Business Information Systems •Computer Game Programming •Computer Technical Support Computer Information Systems Programming Certificate Information Technology AAS •Computer Forensics/eDiscovery •Network Information Technology Computer Forensics/eDiscovery Certificate Information Technology Networking Certificate Management Information Systems AAS •Office Systems

Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counseling AS Crime Victim/Survivor Services AAS Crime Victim/Survivor Services Certificate Certificate in Early Care Education Administration •Child Care Certificate in Early Care Education •Child Development •Infant Toddler Early Care Education AAS •Administration •Master Teacher Public Service AS •Legal Case Management Public Service Certificate

Sign Language Interpretation  average annual salary of $32,000*.   Interpretation Program in the OKC metro.


Community & Human Services

 students to be more successful in their personal   lives and professional careers by building skills   in planning, organizing leading and goal-setting.

Public Service

Computer Science & Technology

 the laws governing public and nonprofit   organizations, as well as dynamics of working   and negotiating constructively.

Construction Technology  construction techniques such as Green   Building Systems, Sustainable   Constructions and LEED Building.   2010-2020.


Architectural Technology AAS •CAD-Architecture Construction Technology AAS •Construction Management •Construction Techniques Electronics Engineering Technology AAS •Electrical Engineering Electronics Engineering Technology Certificate General Engineering Technology AAS •Mechanical Engineering Surveying Technology AAS Surveying Core Technical Certificate

Power Transmission & Distribution Technology AAS Power Transmission & Distribution Certificate Renewable & Sustainable Energy AAS Renewable & Sustainable Energy Certificate

Electronics Engineering Technology




 of electronics.   building, testing and troubleshooting.   knowledge and skills to be productive   surveyors when entering the field.   2010-2022.

 $62,000**. *According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics **According to the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission | ***According to

Applied Technology AAS Enterprise Development AS

Emergency Responder Administration BT Firefighter I Certificate Fire Protection AAS Police Science AAS •Crime Scene Investigation Police Science - Crime Scene Investigation Certificate Police Science AS

Health Sciences Cardiovascular Sonography AAS Emergency Medical Technician Certificate Health Care Administration AS Nurse Science AAS Nutritional Sciences AAS Paramedicine AAS Radiologic Technology AAS Veterinary Technology AAS

Nurse Science  salary of $61,000*.   was 95.54%, which is 10 percentage points    above the state and national averages.    OSU-OKC’s state-of-the-art   Allied Health Building.

Police Science

Public Safety


General Studies

 of $42,720*.    Emergency Responder Administration after   completing this degree.

 educational standards for EMT, Advanced   EMT and Paramedic.   ambulance simulator and hi-fidelity   manikins.

Academic Advising

Your Campus, Your Future Explore Student Life, get involved in your  community, and start on your adventure to  meet new friends, show school spirit, and  create college memories! 

All incoming students are assigned  to an advisor who will guide you  through your journey at OSU-OKC.  As a student, you have access to  individual guidance and support by  our faculty, staff and student peers.

Campus Tours

Experience what it’s like to be a part  of the OSU-OKC family! Campus tours are unique, exciting and  personalized just for you. To schedule a tour, contact us at or 405-945-9150. 

Tutoring Services

Our Student Success & Opportunity  Center offers free one-on-one tutoring on campus and online in a  variety of subjects.

Career Services

OSU-OKC Career Services provides  personalized career exploration, job  search and career skill development  services. Additionally, students can  take advantage of a wide variety of  workshops and events like the Career  and Transfer Fair.

Orange Crush New Student Orientation

This welcome event is designed for  students making the leap from high  school to college. Meet Pistol Pete,  make friends and learn how to get the  most out of your first year at OSU-OKC.

Howdy Week

Start the semester by joining the entire  OSU-OKC campus for a whole week of  fun activities, free food and prizes.

Movie on the Hill

Student Organizations

Come with your friends to enjoy movie  nights at our outdoor amphitheater.  Bring a blanker or lawn chair, and we’ll  provide the popcorn and refreshments.

Get involved and become a student leader in one of more than 25 student organizations!

Service Learning

Students enjoy free use of our Wellness Center, walking trail, five-hole golf course, and a variety of classes such as yoga, dance  fitness, spin, kickboxing, and more.

Earn class credit while volunteering in  the community. For more information.  visit

Fitness and Recreation

Scholarships and

financial aid PAYING FOR COLLEGE CAN SEEM INTIMIDATING, whether you’re a student or a parent. At OSU-OKC, we believe that no qualified student should be denied the right to pursue the degree of his or her choice because of the lack of financial resources.

Did You Know?

Most students qualify for some form of financial aid, like grants, work-study or student loans. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid

School Code: 009647 Contact OSU-OKC Financial Aid & Scholarships at or 405-945-8646 with any questions.

Tuition waivers


First-Generation College Students: Up to $1,600 per year ($800 fall/$800 spring). Requires minimum GPA of 2.0.

Awarded to students who demonstrate community service and leadership. Scholarship  program covers tuition and fees for up to 15 credit hours and a $500 book stipend.

Access to Education Waiver:

Achievement Award:

Up to $1,600 per year ($800 fall/$800 spring).  Minimum requirement: GPA of 2.5 or ACT score of 20. Dean’s Waiver:

Up to $1,800 per year ($900 fall/$900 spring).  Minimum requirement of 3.0 GPA or ACT score of 22. Vice President’s Waiver:

Up to $1,900 per year ($950 fall/$950 spring).  Minimum requirement of 3.5 GPA or ACT score of 23. President’s Waiver:

Up to $ 2,200 per year ($1,100 fall/$1,100 spring).  Minimum requirement of 3.75 GPA or ACT score of 24.

President’s Leadership Class:

Bright Futures:

Supplements Oklahoma’s Promise. Pays for books  and fees. Valedictorian/Salutatorian Scholarship:

Covers up to 18 credit hours per semester. Must have the valedictorian/salutatorian distinction on high school transcript and be a  first-time student. OGE Energy Scholarship:

Covers tuition, fees and books up to $5,000 for  selected students in energy-related degree  programs.

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