Have you always wanted a degree from the University of Oklahoma? Now is the time to make it happen with one of our online bachelor’s degree programs. With career-focused degree options designed for working adults, OU’s fully online programs offer the same prestige and rigor as OU, but in a flexible online format.
Build a strong foundation and develop skills that prepare you for a variety of in-demand careers, including healthcare, business, and human resources. Our advisors will help you design an individual academic plan based on your past experience and your career goals so you can gain the skills necessary to excel in your chosen area of focus.
B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies: Organizational Leadership
This bachelor’s degree prepares you for success in one of the fastest-growing occupations in the nation. Develop the skills needed to enhance the overall leadership capacity within an organization.
B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies: Criminal Justice Leadership
This degree will set you up with the skills and knowledge necessary to earn more and move upward in your law enforcement career. Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become an effective leader.
B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies: Healthcare Management
Employment for medical and health services managers is projected to grow 32.5% over the next decade. Earn a degree that will prepare you to excel in one of the fastest growing industries in the United States and help people live longer, healthier lives.
B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies: Business Administration
A bachelor's degree in business administration will help you master a set of skills necessary for leadership positions in almost any area of employment, including a variety of in-demand fields in Oklahoma. With management positions expected to increase 9% by 2030, this degree will give you both career options and opportunities for increased pay.
Take the next step for your career with a degree from the University of Oklahoma. Applications are reviewed year-round for five start dates in the fall (2) , spring (2), and summer (1).
Have questions about a program? Need a transfer credit evaluation or help with the application process? Schedule a time to visit with one of our admissions counselors.
Many online students have earned some college credit from other institutions. If this describes you, you can save money and get your degree faster by transferring your credit hours to OU.
Need help with an assignment or want feedback on a paper you’ve written? The OU Writing Center is there for you.
Whether you need to gather information, borrow materials, or need help with a research project, OU Libraries has a wealth of services available.
Find resources to help you develop career skills, explore career paths, find community, apply for jobs, and more.
Explore options to help pay for your education, including federal and state loans, scholarships, grants, work-study programs, private loans, self-payment and tuition reimbursement.
Have multiple interests? A minor lets you learn more about another area you enjoy or study an additional area beneficial to your major.
Our programs are affordable, convenient and flexible, designed to help you succeed no matter where you are on the path. Join the University of Oklahoma family and be part of a regionally accredited institution with more than 100 years of history and tradition. Your degree is within reach. Check out these success stories from a few of our students, and start writing your own story today!
"An online degree is a great idea. The format is geared around people who have a life or job outside of school. I think overall finishing my degree will benefit me because it showed me that I could finish something difficult and that will help my future.”
–Student of Criminal Justice
"I remember I almost didn’t do it because I thought I couldn’t do it well enough...I saw how easy it was going to be to get started, I was ecstatic. I reached out to my professors right away, and I was just so happy and excited. I know it’s scary, but it’s worth it!"
–Student of Organizational Leadership
“I received my associate degree 30 years ago. To come back and finish what I started has shown me that I can do anything that I put my mind to.”
–Student of Organizational Leadership