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We are glad you are interested in learning with us at Oklahoma State through our business online learning programs and courses. The admissions process for online learning programs is a simple process however, needs to be followed to avoid unnecessary delays in your admission and enrollment. It is also a process that needs to be followed to avoid unnecessary delays in your admission. For graduate students, the admissions process varies depending on your program. Undergraduate students must be admitted to OSU, through the undergraduate admissions office, to take a online learning course. See the appropriate section below to see what steps you’ll need to take.
Undergraduate Student Admission
Undergraduate students must be admitted to OSU, through the undergraduate admissions office, to take a online learning course. Currently OSU does not offer full undergraduate degrees, only undergraduate courses.
- Students from another university needing to fill requirements towards their degree
- Students transferring from another university to OSU
- Students beginning their Freshman year at OSU
For detailed information on how to apply for undergraduate admission, visit the Undergraduate Admission webpage, or contact the Office of Admissions at 405-744-5358.
Prospective Graduate Students
For graduate students, the admissions process varies depending on your program.
- Research the particular business program at Oklahoma State University in which you are interested.
- Apply to the Oklahoma State University Graduate College – forms and procedures, as well as information about materials that will need to be submitted.
- Apply to the particular graduate program in which you are interested. The admissions
process for online learning students is the same as for on-campus students. On your
application, note that you are applying for the online learning program. Links to
admissions information for each program are below.
- Master of Business Administration Programs
- Master of Science in Management Information Systems
- Master of Science in Entrepreneurship
- Graduate Certificate in Business Data Mining
- Graduate Certificate in Business Sustainability
- Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship
- Graduate Certificate in Information Assurance
- Graduate Certificate in Marketing Analytics
- Graduate Certificate in Non-Profit Management
- Once you are admitted, you will need to enroll. Consult with your advisor before enrolling.
For detailed enrollment and advisor information, visit the Graduate enrollment page.
If you are a student seeking courses to fulfill graduate degree requirements for another
university or you do not have immediate plans to become a degree candidate but want
to take a prerequisite course, you may be admitted to the OSU Graduate College as
a special student. Special students are not in a particular degree program and do
not have an adviser. Special students must meet all of the academic requirements described
for qualified admission except that they need not be admitted or recommended for admission
by a department or program. No more than three semester credit hours of course work
taken as a special student may be used on a plan of study to meet requirements for
a degree. Special Student Application Form.
You will receive notification from OSU, as well as from the program to which you applied, regarding your admission status.
Current OSU Students
If you are already enrolled at OSU as an undergraduate or graduate student, you are eligible to take online learning courses. The enrollment process is the same as if you were enrolling in an on campus or resident course and can be located at the Online Learning graduate and undergraduate web pages.