Summer, fall enrollment open for Northwestern Graduate Studies master’s degree programs

May 8, 2017


For individuals looking to further their higher education, Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Graduate Studies master’s degree programs will continue to accept applications for summer until June 5 and fall enrollment until Monday, Aug. 21.

Master degree programs open to enroll in include: Master of American Studies, Master of Counseling Psychology and Master of Education. Final days to register for classes in the summer are June 6 for June only classes; July 6 for July only classes, and June 8 for classes held in both June and July. Fall enrollment will remain open until Aug. 29.

Summer classes begin June 5 for June only classes and classes held in both June and July; July only classes begin July 5. Fall classes begin Aug. 21. Northwestern’s first doctoral program will begin classes this coming fall. Enrollment for the BSN to DNP program opens again in March 2018.

For a list of all available classes, visit www.nwosu.edu/course-schedules.

To see degree program breakdowns visit the online graduate catalog at www.nwosu.edu/graduate-catalog.

Northwestern’s Graduate Studies office will recognize summer hours starting May 22 and will be open Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and closed on Fridays. Summer hours end on July 27.

To get started on a graduate degree program contact Lydia Campbell, coordinator of graduate studies, at (580) 327-8410 or lrcampbell@nwosu.edu. An application for admission form, admission requirements and additional information may be found at www.nwosu.edu/graduate-studies.

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Contact for Release 
Ali Gavitt, University Relations Specialist 
apgavitt@nwosu.edu, 580-327-8480



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