Oklahoma Christian University was founded in 1950 under the name of the Central Christian College. When it first opened it was a two-year college, and in 1962 the school began offering bachelor's degrees. Before extending its degree offerings, Central Christian College changed its name to Oklahoma Christian University in 1959. As a private institution of higher education that is affiliated with the Churches of Christ, the University's mission is "to provide a community that transforms lives for Christian faith, scholarship, and service."
Oklahoma Christian University awards bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and professional certificates. The colleges that hold the programs available to Oklahoma Christian University students are:
College of Biblical Studies
College of Business Administration
College of Engineering and Computer Science
College of Liberal Arts
College of Natural and Health Sciences
Several degrees can be earned in completely online formats.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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