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The College of Arts and Sciences aims to put education within reach for students near
and far by offering general education and CAS major-specific courses online, including
entire degrees you can earn without ever stepping on campus. A flexible, quality education
is just a click away.
Online Undergraduate Programs
This degree is equivalent to our traditional, on-campus computer science program, with courses fashioned to help you develop skills in the design, implementation and testing of computer programs.
This degree is equivalent to our traditional, on-campus program with courses giving students an expansive understanding of the evolution of civilizations, peoples, countries, and institutions.
With a wide selection of online courses available, this degree is designed to be tailored to your specific interests and career goals. Opportunities are also available to take classes at the Stillwater and Tulsa campuses—whatever works for you!
This degree offers training in understanding human behavior, developing interpersonal skills and learning to be a researcher and data analyst. Discover where an online psychology degree from OSU can take you.
Designed with flexibility, this degree offers students a strong foundation in sociological theory, as well as the opportunity for interdisciplinary exploration of society and social behavior.
Tailor your education to your specific objectives with a University Studies degree from OSU. This online bachelor’s is designed for self-motivated, goal-oriented, mature students seeking skill sets not offered through existing programs or majors.
A Computer Science minor will help you develop skills in computer programming to design and build original software or edit existing software, and gain understanding of computer systems. You can choose additional courses based on what skills you want to acquire. For example, Discrete Mathematics and Data Structures will help you understand the logic and structure of programming. CS electives will help you explore various platforms to use your programming skills, such as Video Game Development, Mobile Apps Developments, or Artificial Intelligence.Computer Science Minor
Our History courses give students an expansive understanding of the evolution of civilizations, peoples, countries and institutions. With courses covering all geographic spaces and time periods and particular specializations in U.S. and military history, the history minor is a great compliment to most degree plans. The history minor will help you develop proficiencies in communication and research and signals to prospective employers your critical thinking and cultural literacy skills.History Minor
The Philosophy minor is a great compliment to any major. Philosophy courses help students develop skills sought after by employers and graduate and professional schools, such as: creative problem solving; critical reasoning; communicating clearly and effectively. Philosophy courses address a variety of interesting topics: Do we have a soul? Are we in the matrix? Do we have a moral obligation help others? What is morality? Is there a difference between a mind and a brain? How do we know we know something? Are birds real?Philosophy Minor
A minor in Social Justice allows students to sociologically examine the relationship between cultural, historical, political, and economic factors and equity, inclusiveness, social injustice, and structural inequality. Students will learn to incorporate their knowledge of social issues into their major studies and future careers.Social Justice Minor
A minor in Sociology at Oklahoma State University can be beneficial to students from a wide variety of majors. Fostering critical thinking about society and culture, students gain skills which enhance their understanding of society and social relationships. Sociology is particularly suited for students who intend to pursue a degree in fields which work with diverse or vulnerable populations. Popular pairings include Psychology, Education, Political Science, and Pre-Med/Pre-Health Sciences. The general Sociology minor introduces students to the discipline, as well as the theories which underpin sociological exploration. Students will learn to think critically about the relationship among humans, human behavior, social structure, and culture.Sociology Minor
Online Graduate Programs
Applied Statistics, M.S.
This terminal degree (meaning it does not prepare you for doctoral studies) emphasizes the practical applications of statistical methodology while focusing less on the mathematical underpinnings of these techniques.