Academics Stories

  • AT&T contribution supports OC’s Bridge Program

    AT&T Oklahoma awarded $20,000 to Oklahoma Christian University’s Bridge Program, which provides students with the academic and emotional support needed to succeed at the college level. The contribution is AT&T’s third to the Bridge Program in the past six years.

  • OC student programmers place 2nd in regional contest

    An undergraduate team from Oklahoma Christian placed 14th overall in a computer programming contest featuring the largest schools in the region. OC placed second out of the 24 teams with undergraduate students only.

  • OC’s history journal named best in the nation

    Oklahoma Christian University’s history honor society earned First Prize in Phi Alpha Theta’s Nash History Journal contest, competing against all chapters at universities without graduate programs in history.

  • New master’s degree in computer science meets digital-age demands

    Oklahoma Christian University (OC) has launched its seventh graduate program, a master of science degree in computer science. Nationally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, the program is designed for working adults, who can take classes one or two nights a week and earn their MSCS degree in as little as one year.

  • OC students win Texas Regional Ethics Bowl

    Oklahoma Christian University won the Texas Regional Ethics Bowl for the second straight year, sweeping three matches to qualify for the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl.