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What is Cowboy Concurrent?

Cowboy Concurrent is an online dual credit program that gives students the opportunity to earn early college credit from Oklahoma State University at a reduced rate. Location is no limitation within the online concurrent program. Students all over the state and beyond are able to access college courses while in high school. Apply for concurrent courses today and get a jump start through early university classes!


Where you live is no longer a limitation! Concurrent enrollment has often been limited to students who live nearby and have time to drive to a community college or university. Cowboy Concurrent courses are offered online to give students all over the state and beyond access to concurrent enrollment.



Reduced Rates

Oklahoma resident seniors eligible for concurrent enrollment will not incur out-of-pocket costs for dual credit coursetuition and fees. Eligible seniors receive a tuition waiver from the state and a scholarship from the OSU Foundation to cover fees for online dual enrollment. There is a one-time application fee required for admission to OSU. 


Oklahoma juniors receive a reduced rate of $775 per course for the online concurrent program. Out-of-state high school students will pay $300 per credit hour, or $900 for a 3-credit hour course. 


The reduced rates apply to the Cowboy Concurrent Online classes only. Some concurrent courses require textbooks and exam proctoring which somes at additional costs to the student. 


Courses Available Fall 2022

Course Course Name Sections  
ENGL 1113
Composition I 71582, 71583, 71584, 71585, 71586, 71587, 71589, 71590
Textbook Required
ENGL 1213
Composition II  71591
Textbook Required
HIST 1493
American History Since 1865 (DH)  71593
Online text fee required
MATH 1513 College Algebra (A) 71595 Textbook Required
POLS 1113
American Government  71597. 71598
Textbook Required
PSYC 1113
Introductory Psychology (S) 71599 Text/Proctor Fee Required
SOC 1113 Introductory Sociology (S) 71600 Textbook Required







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