Your schedule. Your goals. Your future.
For more than 50 years, our college evolved to meet the academic and professional demands of our students and became internationally recognized in higher education for non-traditional learners. We are happy to announce that we received a new name in 2017 to accompany the new group of programs we now offer, and we've expanded to serve new audiences all around the world. Today, OU's Extended Campus brings the excellence of OU's academic and credit-related programs to you, wherever you are.
If you want to set yourself apart from others in your field but don’t have the time or money for a master’s degree, a graduate certificate may be for you. A graduate certificate can help you build credentials and skills in less time by focusing on a few key courses that improve your skills in a specific area.
At OU Extended Campus, we're as committed to your future as you are! We know leading change takes commitment, compassion, and the skills and knowledge needed to inspire and motivate. OU Extended Campus degrees, programs, and services channel your motivation to serve into a strong ability to lead within your organization and community. This is your chance to take your place alongside the Sooner family at the University of Oklahoma, a fully accredited institution with more than 100 years of history and tradition.
We know that interactive learning and advancement takes commitment, passion, and determination. Our degrees, programs, and services help channel your motivation, growing your ability to lead within your organization and community. Join the Sooner family and take your seat at the University of Oklahoma—a fully, regionally-accredited institution with more than 100 years of history and tradition.
Take Flight - Striving for Greatness
"I think it’s really important to think about your end goal and nothing else. There are always going to be obstacles, and there are always people who are going to doubt you. You have to do it for you."
Applying Effort to Knowledge
"Each time I reenlisted, the educational benefits—which far exceed those offered in most civilian employment—became a reinforcing factor for staying in."
"I learned that this was my time to grow as a person by learning from my successes and failures, and I wanted to throw myself into doing something I never imagined."