Academics

Oklahoma City Community College Degree Programs and Certificates

The academic admissions process at Oklahoma City Community College begins with our OCCC admissions requirements  and admissions application .  Once that’s done, your opportunities are countless.

Ways to Grow

Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) gives you many ways to grow – no matter your age, background, work experience or goals. Amid our wide variety of degree programs and certificates, you’ll find everything you need, whether you want to:

  • Earn your associate degree  (associate in arts degree, associate in science degree, associate in applied science degree)
  • Complete a technical or professional certificate program
  • Transfer credits to another college or university
  • Create your own degree program  through OCCC’s Diversified Studies option
  • Gain new job skills through specific evening classes or online classes.

Oklahoma City Community College Majors

Scroll through OCCC’s many degree programs and certificate programs. You might be surprised at how many top career fields we serve. Plus, did you know that the average college student changes majors a few times before graduation?

Even if you’ve already chosen your major or narrowed down your list of top prospects, don’t miss the academic and career insights [URL 11.0] from OCCC’s advisors, including possible jobs for each community college degree.

Community: On Campus, Across Oklahoma City

We take the “community” part of community college to heart. That’s one reason Oklahoma City Community College admissions requirements and admissions application lead to fast and easy enrollment.

When good things happen in your life, you create a better future at home and at work. Add up those successes for everyone taking community college classes here … and together, we’re generating the best possible results for our entire region.

That’s why OCCC is always updating and improving the selection of associate degrees and adding new college classes and associate’s degree programs to best serve everyone in Oklahoma.