Although this is a non-degree granting program, it is approved for financial aid because it prepares students for a professional license.Students interested in pursuing the Licensure Only program should read the Licensure Only Handbook to determine if they are a good candidate for this program.If you are currently an undergraduate student at Ohio State, or if you already have a bachelor’s degree from Ohio State, follow the instructions in the Bachelor of Art Education w/Licensure Handbook.
OSU-OKC does not require a minimum score on either of these tests for admission.
High School Curricular Requirements *Students who do not obtain the appropriate test scores will be admitted into the college but required to take developmental classes before they are allowed to take college level classes.
Each applicant shall provide: Transfer Student Requirements A transfer student is defined as one who has attempted a minimum of seven semester hours of college-level credit (not to include credit hours accumulated by a concurrently enrolled high school student) at another accredited college or university prior to enrolling at OSU-Oklahoma City.
All curricular deficiencies must be remediated within the first 12 collegiate hours attempted on the OSU-Oklahoma City Campus.
Adult Student Requirements (under 21 years of age) Any student who is not a high school graduate but whose high school class has graduated and who has participated in the ACT program or similar battery of tests is eligible for admission.
Each applicant shall provide: (21 years of age or older or on active duty military) An adult applicant who is ineligible for admission based on the standard admission criteria may interview with an admissions officer to determine if his or her circumstances meet the criteria for adult admission.
The questions below provide you with the opportunity to tell us more about your abilities in academics, the arts, athletics, leadership, service, and other qualities you may possess.
As part of the Common Application, you will be asked to write one essay between 250 and 650 words. You will be asked to write a response to your choice of one of the five prompts listed below.
Performance Requirements: Seniors: ACT ≥ 19 or SAT ≥ 900 or 3.0 high school GPA (on a 4.0 scale) Juniors: ACT ≥ 21 or SAT ≥ 980 or 3.5 high school GPA (on a 4.0 scale) Home Study or Unaccredited High School Concurrent students who are receiving instruction at home or from an unaccredited high school must be 17 years of age or older as a Senior or 16 years of age or older as a Junior.
Each application for admission to OU is read thoroughly, thoughtfully and fairly to evaluate all-around excellence.