Oklahoma City University offers a number of undergraduate and graduate degree programs for those considering a life dedicated to Christian service.
The Wimberly School of Religion offers four undergraduate degrees—religion, religion/philosophy, religious education, and religion/youth ministry—and three minors—religion, religious education, and interfaith studies—that can be combined with almost any other major on campus.
The Petree College of Arts & Sciences offers undergraduate programs in art, math and science, education, history, modern languages, criminal justice, political science, and mass communication; and graduate programs in nonprofit leadership, education, and creative writing.
The Kramer School of Nursing offers a number of degrees for those considering parish nursing or other medical mission fields. The Petree College of Performing Arts offers programs in music, theater, and dance for those discerning a call to music and worship ministry. And the Meinders School of Business offers degrees in a number of business-related tracks for those who feel called to administrative roles.
With its location in the heart of Oklahoma City, many OCU students take advantage of the opportunity to serve in local congregations in various ministry-related roles. OCU also has an excellent record for preparing students for seminary, with many graduates receiving generous scholarships to those schools.
The small class sizes and personalized attention from professors combined with the numerous community faith-based partnerships and opportunities for service make the OCU experience unique.
For more information about OCU and its offerings, go to www.okcu.edu.
Return to contact digest