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If you’ve earned college credits at other institutions, you could save money and get your degree faster by transferring your credits.
Please set up a transfer evaluation with one of our enrollment coaches. Our generous transfer credit policy will help you get the most out of your previous college experience.
If you have an Associate of Science or Associate of Arts from an Oklahoma two-year, regionally accredited institution, your general education requirements are waived, including math and foreign language.
You can bring up to 60 hours with you from your two-year institution.
If your associate degree is from out of state or is an applied science associate degree, we will evaluate the credits on a course-by-course basis.
In some cases, transfer credits can include prior learning completed in your job experience. Our advisors can look at your history to determine how your past experiences could transfer. You may realize you can graduate more quickly than you thought after your credits are transferred, saving you both time and money.
OU also accepts credit from other regionally accredited higher education institutions. You can bring up to 90 hours with you from your previous institution.
If you don’t see your question listed below, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll get you the answer.
Yes. The University of Oklahoma’s online bachelor’s programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and are created by university staff and faculty. Graduates of online programs receive the same degree designation as students who attend class on campus.
To be admitted to the online bachelor’s degree, students must have:
For more information on the admissions process or to request a transfer credit evaluation, please schedule a call, and an admissions counselor will be in touch shortly.
If you do not meet the adult degree completion admission requirements, the University of Oklahoma offers several bachelor’s degree programs that might be right for you. More information about these degrees can be found on the College of Professional and Continuing Studies website.
No. Applicants should have at least 60 hours of letter-graded college credit, but they do not need an associate degree to be admitted.
Our programs are offered year-round and in eight-week increments. You can apply to begin in the fall (August or October), spring (January or March), and summer.
The admissions committee operates under a rolling admission process, and admissions may continue until two weeks before the start of classes. The committee strives to respond to all applicants within two weeks from the time a completed application is submitted.
We are a top-tier public institution offering high-quality, affordable, professional undergraduate and graduate programs committed to maintaining academic excellence online.
Every OU Online program is built on the foundation of world-class faculty mixed with professors of practice providing valuable instruction. By linking industry experts with our online programs, we offer the most advanced curriculum and prepare students for future career success.
When you graduate from an OU Online program, you’ll earn a degree from the University of Oklahoma. Graduates join the network of 250,000 OU alumni and are forever part of the OU family. Become part of the tradition of excellence that OU has established in its 130-year history.