Quick Facts

Deadline: July 15

Classes Begin: August 19

Credit Hours: 120

Delivery: Online**

**Onsite courses are offered, but it depends on location enrollment.

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*Note: Availability of onsite courses depends on the number of students
enrolled at each location.


The Bachelor of Arts in Lifespan Care Administration is a degree program that consists of four curriculum areas:

  • General education 
  • Free electives 
  • Primary Track - Early Childhood, Adolescence, or Geriatrics
  • Major Requirements
    • Liberal Studies Required Core
    • Lifespan Care Common Core
    • Lifespan Care Age-Span Coursework
    • Track Requirements (choose one) - Early Childhood, Adolescence, or Geriatrics

Together, the State Regents of Oklahoma and the University of Oklahoma require a minimum of the following to receive an undergraduate degree:

  • 120 hours 
  • 60 hours from a baccalaureate (four-year) institution
  • 40 hours must upper-division coursework
  • 30 hours must be earned from OU Extended Campus
  • Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 or higher 

Lifespan Care Administration Degree Planning Worksheet

We also offer a class for RBT certification. Learn more about how to become a qualified healthcare provider with this 8-week course. Learn More about RBT Certification.