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Comprised of three distinct colleges, Oklahoma Panhandle State University accepts a diverse collection of students from all educational backgrounds. The programs of study offered at OPSU lead to nearly 60 different baccalaureate and associate degrees. In addition to the baccalaureate opportunities, OPSU offers several pre-professional studies in selected fields. OPSU strives to enrich its student's lives educationally, personally, and socially. It is the hope that students matriculating at OPSU will receive life-long learning experiences that meet their needs, personally and vocationally.

Program Info


Technology - Technology
A.A.S. (Associate in Applied Science)

Faculty Contact

Photograph of Carter, Matthew
Carter, Matthew
Title: Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems / Department Chair of Industrial Technology
Office: CH 104B
Phone: 580.349.1454
Email: Email Web Form


Total Hours: 60

To be admitted to candidacy for the degree, the student must have completed a one-year technical program at an institution accredited by a regional accrediting agency. If the credit earned is from a non-accredited institute, the student transferring to OPSU must use the same procedure as regular college students from nonaccredited institutions. Vocational technical transferred credit will be granted upon completion of graduation requirements.

  • Student Success Seminar 1
    • Ucss 1111-Student Success Seminar
  • Communication 6
    • Engl 1113-Freshman English I
    • Engl 1213-Freshman English II
    • Comm 1113-Speech Communication
    • American History and Government 6
    • Hist 1313-U.S. Hist. 1492-1877 OR Hist 1323-U.S. Hist. 1877-Present
    • Pols 1013-American Government
  • Guided Electives 7
    • Science, humanities, world religion, mathematics, communications, behavioral science, economics, marketing, or CIS
  • Technical Specialty 29-32
    • Transferred from an approved technical program
  • Support and Related Courses 12-15
    • Courses that are guided electives which enhance the degree curriculum. These courses are required to bring the total to 64 hours for graduation.