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Academics

Academic Calendar

Academic calendars are driven by the partnering universities. Each student should refer to the calendar of the university granting his or her degree. For the most part, these are very similar but be sure to check your schedule carefully to prevent any surprises. These schedules include enrollment dates, holidays, and final exams, too.

Please check our semester schedules early, as we do post the first date that enrollment begins. We do not want you to miss an opportunity to enroll!

Enrollment Scheduling Link: https://www.online.mscok.edu/book-online

Please schedule your enrollment session via zoom meeting or phone call by clicking on the above link!

TitleDate
Current Student Enrollment BeginsApril 6
New Enrollment BeginsApril 13
IntersessionMay 11-22
Classes BeginMay 26
Add Period EndsMay 28
Drop Period EndsJune 2
HolidaysMay 25
Semester EndsJuly 16

Advisement – Please call 580-421-2551 or arbryant@se.edu

Enroll online at Campus Connect– www.se.edu/campusconnect

TitleDate
Open Enrollment BeginsApril 6
Classes BeginJune 8
Add Period EndsJune 12-
Last Day to Drop with Refund and No GradeJune 12
HolidaysMay 25
FinalsLast Day of Class
Semester EndsJuly 31

Enrollment Scheduling Link: https://www.online.mscok.edu/book-online

Please schedule your enrollment session via zoom meeting or phone call by clicking on the above link!

TitleDate
Current Student Enrollment BeginsApril 6
Open Enrollment BeginsApril 13
IntersessionJuly 20-31
Classes BeginAugust 17
Add Period Ends (16 Week Classes)August 21
Drop Period Ends (16 Week Classes)August 28
HolidaysSep 7, Oct 15-16, Nov 23-27
FinalsDecember 7-11
Semester EndsDecember 11

Advisement – Please call 580-421-2551 or arbryant@se.edu

Enroll online at Campus Connect– www.se.edu/campusconnect

TitleDate
Open Enrollment BeginsApril 6
Classes BeginAugust 17
Last to Drop with Refund & No GradeAugust 21-
Add Period EndsAugust 21
HolidaysSept. 7,  Nov. 23-29
Final Examination PeriodDecember  7-11
Semester EndsDecember 11

Advisement – Please call 580-319-0360 or 580-319-0317and leave a message or email becky_vladyka@langston.edu or jennifer.doby@langston.edu

Deadline for Nursing Applications for Spring 2021 is October 1

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Fall Enrollment Begins (Seniors)April 15-
Fall Enrollment Begins (Juniors)April 16
Classes BeginAugust 17
Add Period EndsAugust 21
Drop Period EndsAugust 28
Holidays Sept. 7; Nov. 23-28
Last Day to Drop with WNovember 6
FinalsDecember 7-11
Semester EndsDecember 11
Degree Options

One of the great things about the University Center is the variety of opportunities available to you! We have degrees available from three excellent partnering universities. Students can earn associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees all in one location. Unsure which degree is right for you? We have help for that, too, in our Education Opportunity Center. Learn more below!

Degrees

New Course Opportunities
*Some courses may have prerequisites. Contact any Business Department faculty or MSC advising for more information about these classes.

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Learn to take action filled, awesome digital photos! Consider the ethical implications of photojournalism today. Discover how to different types of amazing photographs. Learn the basic rules of photojournalism. Leave class with a camera of your own!

Instructor: S. Burris

This course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to modern computerized integrated accounting systems utilizing a hands-on approach. Students will gain a working knowledge of accounting for sole proprietorship and partnership service and merchandising concerns within an integrated system beginning with analysis of transactions or “input,” the actual functions of the computer system, and the “output” or end result generated by the computer.

Offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00 to 2:15 p.m. UC 158. Randy Tanner, Instructor

 

This course provides up-to-date information on contemporary issues, trends and legislation related to human resource management. The major human resource management processes are covered, including human resource planning, job design, staffing, training and development, motivation, performance appraisal and review, compensation and reward, protection and representation and organization improvement. Historical perspectives on many aspects of human resources management are also discussed. “Human Resources is a discipline borne out of the many challenges faced by management in all types of business. Knowledge of HR and its underlying law are not optional. Any person managing another, must have knowledge of human resource management.”

Offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00 to 2:15 p.m. UC 223. Robbie Pearson, Instructor

 

Study is made of problems faced in creation and early growth periods of business enterprises; such as accounting, finance, opportunity recognition, management, marketing and consumer economics. To solidify the concepts covered, students are asked to create a plan for implementation and operation of a new business venture. Also, an interdisciplinary problem-solving approach with emphasis on “live” case studies will be used.

Offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. UC 205. Ronnie Coppedge, Instructor

 

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This course focuses on customer service as a profession, the skills required to be successful in customer service situations, the knowledge to build and maintain customer relationships and customer retention. “The company that actively seeks ways to delight their customers will be the winners in their industry. Providing training in ‘customer service’ is a huge step toward that win!”

Offered online. Robbie Pearson, Instructor

Principles of modern retailing emphasizing consumer behavior, store location and layout, retail pricing and merchandise management are studied.

Offered online. Mickey Jack, Instructor

This course will explore the principles of supply chain to include the evolution of supply chain to current 21st Century models, supply chain information technology, the value proposition of logistics, imperative customer accommodation, logistical operations to include transportation, warehouse design and network design. Finally, this course will explore supply chain administration to include relationship management, performance measurement and trends. “Understanding supply chain logistics is a key to strategic business success. Managers and employees who understand this process create immediate value for their organization.”

Offered online. Robbie Pearson, Instructor

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MURRAY STATE COLLEGE
The business management curriculum, in general, is designed to prepare graduates for the business environment. Specific options, such as Business Office Technology, assist the graduates in customizing their educational background to fit the career in which they can be most successful. More Info
An Associate of Applied Science in Business Management—Accounting Clerk Option provides the foundation toward career goals in the Accounting and Bookkeeping fields. The Occupational Outlook Handbook (www.bls.gov/ooh)* lists many accounting and bookkeeping careers. Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks produce financial records for organizations. They record financial transactions, update More Info
The Business Management Medical Assistant Option is dedicated to providing students with the essential knowledge to develop techniques and skills in medical terminology, medical billing and coding, and medical office procedures to gain immediate employment or to advance in positions of increasing responsibility in various medical offices, clinics, hospitals, doctors’ offices and related health and medical facilities. More Info
The business management curriculum, in general, is designed to prepare graduates for the business environment. Other options within Business Management are also available which include Business Office Technology, Medical Office Assistant, These options allow the graduates to customize their educational background to fit the career in which they can be most successful. See specific degree sheets for more information on the courses required for each option. More Info
This Associate in Applied Science program prepares students for careers in child development services and provides those already employed in childcare with the opportunity to increase their knowledge and update their skills. The demand for graduates of this program continues to increase as the need for quality childcare becomes one of the most important concerns of our nation. Working with children to enrich their lives can be a very personally satisfying occupation. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
  • Early Head Start Teacher
  • Child Care Master/Lead Teacher
  • Family Child Care Home Provider
  • Child Care Center Director
  • School-age Program Provider
  • Early Intervention/Special Needs
More Info
This curriculum is intended to provide students with the essential knowledge to develop information system and networking techniques and skills and prepare them to begin a career in their specific field of interest. Students are exposed to fundamental computer concepts, various computer applications, hardware, software, and more. Substantial “hands on” experience in all topics is required. More Info

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCES

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE

The Art Degree is designed for transfer to four-year institutions. Professions open to Art majors include: Advertising Artist, Graphic Designer, Art Teacher, Floral Designer, Glass Blower, Art Critic, Textile Designer, Curator, Book Illustrator/Designer, Billboard Artist, urgan More Info
Behavioral Science – Psychology Option is designed for transfer to a four-year institution. Professions open to a psychology majors include teaching, testing, social work, psychological services, counseling, personnel work, and with additional education, clinical psychology, college teaching, sports psychology, medical social work, treatment therapist, and many others. More Info
The Behavioral Science- Sociology Option is designed for transfer to four-year institutions. Professions open to a sociology majors include: teaching, testing, social work, statistical research, personnel work, law enforcement, penology, city, state and federal governmental agencies, census bureau, and with additional graduate work, college teaching, sociological research, and supervisory positions in private and governmental agencies. More Info
An Associate in Science in Business is designed to prepare graduates from Murray for transfer to a regional or comprehensive university. This degree is a general business Associate of Science degree. When students transfer, they can decide to specialize in specific areas of business such as: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Human Resources, Management, or Marketing. Students interested in transferring to a four-year university should consult with an academic advisor from that school to ensure transferability and completion of the appropriate program electives. More Info
An Associate in Science in Business–Hospitality Management Option is a general business transfer degree specifically designed to transfer to Southeastern Oklahoma State University. It may also transfer to other regional or comprehensive universities. When students transfer, they can decide to specialize in specific areas of business such as: Hospitality Management in Hotel, Restaurant, or Casino operations, or the Tourism Industry. Students interested in transferring to a four-year university should consult with an academic advisor from that school to ensure transferability and completion of the appropriate program electives. More Info
The program is designed to provide sound instruction and a firm foundation for students who will transfer to a four-year college or university. Students are exposed to fundamental computer concepts, various computer applications, hardware, software (both operating systems and languages) and more. Substantial “hands-on” practical experience in all topic is required. More Info
Professions open to a criminal justice major include law enforcement, corrections, probation and parole, juvenile offender programs, private security, federal and state government agencies, and with additional training, the legal and teaching professions. The criminal justice curriculum is designed for transfer to a four-year institutions although many of the individual courses may be used to meet continuing education requirements in law enforcement and related fields. More Info
Degree is designed for transfer to four-year institutions to complete a bachelor degree and certification to teach elementary students in public schools in Oklahoma. More Info
The Business Administration option in the Enterprise Development Degree is a flexible two-year degree in business that includes the most desirable core competencies requested by employers and will provide a degree completion framework that matches student aspirations with the needs of all industry sectors. This option provides a well-rounded degree program, while allowing the student to focus on the knowledge, skills, and attributes needed in their chosen field. The central themes of this degree program offer undergraduates the opportunity to learn and practice core skills for business growth, become organizational leaders, master key technology processes and continuously upgrade those skills throughout their working years. More Info
The Business Administration option in the Enterprise Development Degree is a flexible two-year degree in business that includes the most desirable core competencies requested by employers and will provide a degree completion framework that matches student aspirations with the needs of all industry sectors. This option provides a well-rounded degree program, while allowing the student to focus on the knowledge, skills, and attributes needed in their chosen field. The central themes of this degree program offer undergraduates the opportunity to learn and practice core skills for business growth, become organizational leaders, master key technology processes and continuously upgrade those skills throughout their working years. More Info
The course offerings in Health, Wellness and Human Performance are designed to prove the basic courses which are prerequisite to advanced study in the field, to assist students in the development of physical skills and to provide instruction which will promote overall personal health wellness. Career Opportunities with a Degree in Health, Wellness and Human Performance include: Teaching, Coaching, Biomechanics, Kinesiology, Athletic Training, Health and Fitness, Sports Management, and Sports Administration
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The Global Education Studies degree is designed to provide students with a program of study that introduces students to both modern and historic aspects of our international communities. This program is designed to be flexible and interdisciplinary. Students completing this degree will be better prepared to work in a variety of careers where a global perspective and an understanding of international travel is necessary. More Info
The Global Education Studies degree is designed to provide students with a program of study that introduces students to both modern and historic aspects of our international communities. This program is designed to be flexible and interdisciplinary. Students completing this degree will be better prepared to work in a variety of careers where a global perspective and an understanding of international travel is necessary. More Info
The Science program is designed to provide students with a flexible program of study that provides opportunities to explore a broad range of scientific areas and prepare them for a Bachelor degree program. The diversity of programs available after transfer requires that the student consult with a Murray State College advisor, a Faculty Graduation Advisor and the transfer program they intend to attend after graduation. More Info

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS

This Associate in Arts degree prepares students to work as teachers in early childhood programs and to transfer to a four-year institution. This program includes degree requirements and courses generally completed in the first two years of a baccalaureate degree curriculum. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
  • Head Start Teacher
  • Early Head Start Teacher
  • Child Care Master/Lead Teacher
  • Family Child Care Home Provider
  • Child Care Center Director
  • School-age Program Provider
  • Early Intervention/Special Needs Program
  • Paraprofessional
More Info
The Communication & Performances Studies – Communication Option Degree is designed for transfer to four-year institutions. Professions open to Communication Majors include: Journalism, Public Relations, Business Management, Editor, Advertising, Speech Education, Hospital Director of Communications, Public Information Officer, and Program Coordinator. More Info
The Communication & Performances Studies – Musical Theatre Option Degree is designed for transfer to four-year institutions. Professions open to Musical Theatre majors include: Musical Theatre Performer, Singer, Actor, Studio Recording Artist, Director, Music Teacher, Choir Director, Costume Designer, House Manager, Lighting Designer, Composer, Lyricist, and Production More Info
The Communication & Performances Studies – Theatre Option Degree is designed for transfer to four-year institutions. Professions open to Theatre majors include: Actor, Director, Costume Designer, House Manager, Lighting Designer, Playwright, Production Manager, Scene Designer, Sound Designer, Stage Manager, and Technical Director. More Info
The Business Administration option in the Enterprise Development Degree is a flexible two-year degree in business that includes the most desirable core competencies requested by employers and will provide a degree completion framework that matches student aspirations with the needs of all industry sectors. This option provides a well-rounded degree program, while allowing the student to focus on the knowledge, skills, and attributes needed in their chosen field. The central themes of this degree program offer undergraduates the opportunity to learn and practice core skills for business growth, become organizational leaders, master key technology processes and continuously upgrade those skills throughout their working years.
The Business Administration option in the Enterprise Development Degree is a flexible two-year degree in business that includes the most desirable core competencies requested by employers and will provide a degree completion framework that matches student aspirations with the needs of all industry sectors. This option provides a well-rounded degree program, while allowing the student to focus on the knowledge, skills, and attributes needed in their chosen field. The central themes of this degree program offer undergraduates the opportunity to learn and practice core skills for business growth, become organization. More Info
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BACHELORS DEGREES

SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY*

The criminal justice program at Southeastern Oklahoma State University provides students with a critical analysis of all facets of crime and crime control. Students who choose this program study the development, functions and structure of the criminal justice system. They examine the role of law enforcement, courts, correctional, and juvenile agencies. The in-depth study of criminal and social justice issues is designed to foster the capacity for balanced and critical evaluation of criminal justice problems, including the role of the criminal justice system as it relates to other institutions in society. More Info
The Department of Educational Instruction and Leadership plays an essential role in the various educator preparation programs at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Four degrees are housed completely in our department. The Department of Educational Instruction and Leadership also provides professional education coursework in support of degree programs offered in partnership with other departments on campus. More Info
The Department of Educational Instruction and Leadership plays an essential role in the various educator preparation programs at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Four degrees are housed completely in our department. The Department of Educational Instruction and Leadership also provides professional education coursework in support of degree programs offered in partnership with other departments on campus. More Info
The Bachelor of Science in Liberal and Applied Studies degree program has three components. These components are general education, liberal and applied studies emphasis, and electives. Students must have a minimum of 40 upper-division (3000 and above) credit hours. More Info
An undergraduate major or minor in psychology is considered an excellent background preparation for careers outside the specific field of psychology, such as communication, human resources development, allied health, and/or other areas of helping relationships. An undergraduate major in psychology is not the terminal degree in the field and does not in itself prepare an individual for a career as a psychologist. Further, graduate study is needed in addition to the undergraduate degree in psychology to pursue licensure as a psychologist or as a professional counselor.
The mission of the Sociology program is to provide the intellectual basis and appropriate perspective for examining society and social behavior. This perspective is vital to the development of an educated and tolerant public. It is also significant for training students for entry into social service positions. The primary and enduring function of the program is to provide quality sociological education that enriches students and, therefore, the communities in which they reside. With several courses that carry upper-division liberal arts credit, the Sociology program enhances the overall ability of a Southeastern graduate to analyze and comprehend the local and global communities in which they live. In addition, this Sociology program remains a vital component of a growing number if inter-disciplinary minors. More Info

*May require taking courses online or in Durant

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ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCES
Management Bachelor of Administration
Management Bachelor of Administration
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LANGSTON UNIVERSITY

The nursing program offers an upper division undergraduate curriculum that leads to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. This degree offers career-advancing completion programs for associate degree registered nurses and licensed practical nurses. The program provides a dynamic, challenging and stimulating environment where students and faculty work together across disciplines to address the needs of a rapidly changing healthcare environment. The program is approved by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing and accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.
To graduate scholarly, professional nurse leaders who provide exemplary, culturally appropriate care in collaboration with an interdisciplinary health care team to advocate for diverse clients across the lifespan, with a particular focus on health disparities.
To prepare graduates to function successfully as beginning professional nurses in a variety of environments and to contribute to the profession of nursing through involvement in education.
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TRIO Educational Opportunity Center (EOC)

Counselors are waiting to help with your higher education quest. The Education Opportunity Center is a federally-funded program that helps adults 19 and over enter or re-enter post-secondary education. This outstanding resource is free and offers help with financial aid, career exploration and admissions applications. Feel free to contact the wonderful counselors at the EOC who are always happy to help students get started and stay the course.

Kirk Rushing

580-223-4476

Autumn Godwin

580-226-7362

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Ardmore

580-319-0312

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580-387-7262

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