What is distance learning?
Distance learning allows you to take a course anytime and anywhere. It gives you the flexibility of studying when you want (Tuesday evening at 9, Saturday morning at 6:30, during your lunch hour at work) and where you want (from your home, from your office, while traveling).
Distance learning courses teach the very same competencies as courses offered at a campus. The difference is in the delivery. Instead of having an instructor provide a lecture and lead a classroom discussion, distance courses are delivered over the Internet, by using combinations of print, audio and/or video, and correspondence, like email. Most courses require a textbook and a specially developed course packet. Some courses may require CD-ROMs, audio and/or videocassettes or other materials. You should always read all materials related to the course to learn the specifics of what will be needed to complete the course.
Below is a listing of online course resources that are designed to help you meet your educational goals and Oklahoma public institutions that offer distance education.
Carl Albert State College
East Central University
Eastern Oklahoma State College
Murray State College
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
Northeastern State University
Northwestern Oklahoma State University
Oklahoma City Community College
Oklahoma Panhandle State University
Oklahoma State University
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, Okmulgee
Oklahoma State University – Oklahoma City
Redlands Community College
Rogers State University
Rose State College
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Tulsa Community College
University of Central Oklahoma
University of Oklahoma
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
Western Oklahoma State College
The State Regents offer many programs and services to help you return to college or begin your college education. For more information, review the information provided on this site, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.800.858.1840 (225-9239 in Oklahoma City).