Oklahoma State University and Redlands Community College in El Reno, Okla., recently signed transfer agreements to assist students earning an associate’s degree in business administration to easily transfer to OSU for completion of a bachelor’s degree.
The transfer agreements will allow Redlands’ students earning associate degrees in business administration to seamlessly transition to the OSU Spears School of Business, where they can earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration with majors in finance, management, marketing or general business. All four majors are available on the OSU campus in Stillwater and Tulsa or online and can be completed in two years after graduating from Redlands.
“Transfer students are a vital component of our student body and we appreciate Redlands working with us on these agreements,” said Dr. Ken Eastman, dean of Spears Business. “We know that it will make it easier for their students to transfer to Spears and we hope that a number of Redlands students will take advantage of this opportunity.”
“We are excited to provide our students with greater options for continuing their education within the state,” said Redlands President Jack Bryant. “It is our goal to provide opportunities for continuous academic growth and to equip our students with the knowledge and experience to be successful in the workforce. With these transfer agreements, our graduates will have expanded options to prepare them for a variety of challenging careers. We appreciate this partnership with OSU and look forward to increasing opportunities for our students.”
Both OSU and Redlands will be working together to assist students as they complete the degree requirements and make the transition to Spears Business. For more information, please contact the Chesapeake Energy Business Student Success Center at Spears Business at 405-744-2772 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We are excited for these students to continue their education at OSU in Spears Business, where we can continue to provide a high-quality business education that prepares them for the professional world upon graduation,” said Marissa McIntyre, director of the Chesapeake Energy Business Student Success Center.
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