OU’s Airline Partnerships Help Aviation Students Fly Sooner

The School of Aviation Studies partners with commercial airlines across the U.S. to offer students a clearly defined path to careers in flight.

OU Extended Campus Leadership Degree Receives a New Name

The OU Extended Campus Master of Arts in Administrative Leadership will now be known as the Master of Arts with a Major in Organizational Leadership (MAOL).

Learn What You Love With New Master of Arts-Integrated Studies Degree

OU Extended Campus' new Master of Arts-Integrated Studies degree lets students boost their marketability while studying what they're passionate about.

NASA Administrator Delivers Keynote at OU Aviation Breakfast

The OU School of Aviation Studies welcomed NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine at the Norman Chamber of Commerce Aviation & Transportation Breakfast.

Aviation Students Meet with PSA Airlines Reps

OU Extended Campus School of Aviation Studies students met with representatives of PSA Airlines and learn about a pathway OU to flying for a commercial airline.

Online Integrative Studies Degree Program Nationally Recognized

The OU Extended Campus Integrative Studies degree program has been named a top five online liberal arts degree program by BestColleges.com.

Degree Names Changed to Improve Career Prospects for Students

The OU Extended Campus College of Professional and Continuing Studies has changed the names of a pair of undergraduate degrees.

Major Partnership Connects Aspiring OU Pilots With Southwest Airlines

The OU School of Aviation Studies is partnering with Southwest Airlines' Destination 225° program, providing increased opportunities for aspiring pilots.

OU Aviation Students Gain New Pathway to Careers as Pilots

OU has created another pathway to employment for pilot students through a new partnership with PSA Airlines and their Pilot Cadet Program.

Gain Cultural Insight with an Archaeoastronomy Graduate Certificate

Gain the skills you’ll need to investigate the cultural astronomy of peoples that have used the visual sky as a resource for millennia.