Online Colleges in Oklahoma

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Online colleges in Oklahoma serve tens of thousands of students each year, offering associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees online. Oklahoma’s higher education options include 67 colleges and universities, as reported by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). With 17 public four-year institutions and 14 public two-year institutions — plus 17 private nonprofit schools and 19 for-profit schools — students considering enrolling in online schools in Oklahoma benefit from many choices.

This article ranks the best online colleges in Oklahoma and the cheapest online colleges in Oklahoma. It also provides an overview of online learning in the state, tuition discount opportunities for out-of-state students, and job outlook information for Oklahoma college graduates. Students considering Oklahoma community college online courses or university online college courses in Oklahoma can also use the list of scholarships to review their options.

But before we look at the best online colleges in Oklahoma, let’s start with the state of higher education and online education in particular in Oklahoma today.