Quick Facts

Deadline: February 15

Classes Begin:  March 9

Credit Hours: 120

Delivery: Online**

**Onsite courses may be offered depending on location enrollment.

Nationally Ranked

The Princeton Review ranks OU top in the nation in terms of academic excellence and cost. OU also ranks in the Top 10 Best Online Colleges for 2019 by U.S. News & World Report.

2019 Best Online Bachelor’s Programs

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

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The Bachelor of Arts - 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 eight-week course. Learn More about RBT Certification.