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OU-Tulsa Adds Exclusive Master of Arts in Childhood Well-Being

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March 26, 2021

OU-Tulsa Adds Exclusive Degree: Master of Arts in Childhood Well-Being

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Beginning summer 2021 and exclusive to the OU-Tulsa campus, the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education will offer a Master of Arts in Childhood Well-beingThis 36-hour, non-thesis program does NOT require the GRE or recommendation letters for admission.

This degree will bring together a variety of disciplines, including social work, urban design, public administration, education and allied health, to provide an education in holistic child well-being.

Tailored for the working professional most classes will be offered face-to-face in the evenings and some weekends, with some online and hybrid classes.

If your interests lie in working with children and families, particularly those who are vulnerable and at risk for poor outcomes, be sure to check out this new master’s degree offering.

The application deadline has been extended to May 10th, and only requires a resume, personal statement, and transcript.

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