2018-2019 Certificate Programs

Undergraduate Certificate

Customer Interface Excellence (CIE)

15 hours.

MKTG 4693, MKTG 4850 (3 credit hours), MKTG 4850 (1 credit hour) three courses
Choose two of the following:  MKTG 3473, MKTG 3513, MKTG 3613, or MKTG 4773

For detailed and latest information on this program, please contact Dr. Tom Brown, 

Spears School of Business, 424 Business Building, 405-744-5113.

Environmental Studies (EVST)

24 hours.

Three hours from Natural and Physical Environment: ENVR 1113, GEOG 1114, GEOL 1014, NREM 1014;
three hours from Policy, Society, and Law: BOT 3253, HIST 4523, SOC 4433, POLS 4363, POLS 4593, NREM 4043;
three hours from Resource Conservation: GEOG 3153, NREM 3513, NREM 3343, SOIL 4463;
three hours from Economic Sustainability: ARCH 4233, AGEC 3503, ECON 3903, DHM 4573;
three hours from The Built Environment: ARCH 2003, ARCH 4293, GEOG 3123, HIST 4063, LA 3673, RMTR 4463.

Six hours from among these free electives: CIED 4560, GEOG 4233, RMTR 4453, NREM 4053, NREM 4063, NREM 4093, SOC 4453, 4473, NSCI 3543.

Three hour Capstone: Internship, Independent Research, or International Travel.

The courses listed above may change due to new course additions, changes in course rotations, and changes in instructors. For the latest list, please consult the website at: es.okstate.edu. Anthony Valentine, Program Advisor, 213 LSE, 405-744-5658.

Equine Enterprise Management (EEM)

Program Requirements — Minimum of 20 credit hours.

Required Courses — 15 credit hours.

  • ACCT 2103 - Financial Accounting (3 credits)
  • AGEC - Select one of the following: (3 credits)
    • AGEC 3323 - Agricultural Product Marketing and Sales
    • AGEC 3403 - Agricultural Small Business Management
    • AGEC 3423 - Farm and Agribusiness Management
    • AGEC 3713 - Agricultural Law or LSB 3213
  • ANSI 3533 - Horse Production and Management (3 credits)
  • ANSI 4423 - Horse Science (3 credits)
  • ANSI 4703 - Equine Enterprise Management (3 credits)

Select 5 credit hours.

  • ANSI 1401 - Equine Behavior and Handling (I credit)
  • ANSI 3222 - Advanced Equine Evaluation (2 credits)
  • ANSI 3310 - Advanced Competitive Evaluation (2 credits)
  • ANSI 3402 - Equine Training Methods (2 credits)
  • ANSI 3633 - Equine Sales Preparation (3 credits)
  • *ANSI 3643 - Equine Breeding and Foaling (3 credits)
  • ANSI 4900 - Special Problems — Horse Farm Experience (1-3 credits)
  • ANSI 4910 - Animal Industry Internship (1-3 credits)
    • Equine Oriented

*New courses that are currently listed as ANSI 4900 but will be changed to these numbers by Fall 2019.

For additional information on this program, please contact Dr. Steven Cooper, Department of Animal Science, 201j Animal Science Building, 405-744-9291.

International Competency (INTC)

15-30 hours.

This certificate provides students from any college or major with an opportunity for depth in a specific international region. All applicable courses that count toward the certificate, with the exception of the “International College Courses” area, MUST be specific to a single country or region. For approved requirements sheets, see the program contacts.

International College Courses: Complete three hours of upper-division coursework from the approved list for the certificate.
This course will address general international issues within a discipline rather than within a specific region or country.

International Experience: Complete three hours of coursework that has a required travel component within the specified country or region.

General Education: Complete nine hours of approved Humanities (H) or Social and Behavioral Sciences (S) from the
approved certificate list that focus on the specified country or region.

Language Proficiency: Demonstrate language proficiency in the primary language of the specified country or region by
completing one of the following:

1) Fifteen (15) hours of the appropriate foreign language sequence with a “C” or better in each course;

2) Five (5) hours of intermediate or advanced coursework in the appropriate foreign language that requires at

least the same competency level as completion of the first fifteen hours of the regular language sequence; or

3) pass an approved Oklahoma State University examination that demonstrates at least the same competency

level as completion of the first fifteen hours of the regular language sequence.

For detailed and latest information on this program, please contact one of the following:

• School of International Studies, 107 Wes Watkins Center, 405-744-6606

• Dr. Marlys Mason, m.mason@okstate.edu, 201 Business, 405-744-5064

Pre-Medical Sciences (PMDS)

64-66 hours. Minimum GPA 3.00 with no grade below "C." Minimum 15 hours in residence at OSU.

A bachelor's degree from Oklahoma State University or another accredited college or university is required.

ENGL 1113 or ENGL 1313

ENGL 1213 or ENGL 1413

MATH 1513 (A) or higher MATH course

BIOL 1114 (LN)

BIOL 1604

CHEM 1314 (LN)

CHEM 1515 (LN)

CHEM 3053

CHEM 3153

CHEM 3112

PHYS 1114 (LN) or PHYS 2014 (LN)

PHYS 1214 (LN) or PHYS 2114 (LN)

PSYC 1113 (S)

SOC 1113 (S)

3 additional hours from: ENGL, PHIL, PSYC, SOC, or any Humanities (H)

BIOL 3023 or MICR 3033

BIOC 3653 or MICR 3223 or BIOL 4104

BIOL 3204 or BIOL 3214

BIOL 3233 or BIOL 4134 or BIOL 4283

Pre-Nursing (PNUR)

62-68 hours. Minimum GPA 2.50 with no grade below "C." Minimum 15 hours in residence at OSU.

A&S 1111

ENGL 1113 or ENGL 1313

ENGL 1213 or ENGL 1413

HIST 1103 or HIST 1493

POLS 1113

MATH 1513 (A) or a higher MATH course

STAT 2013 (A) or STAT 2023 (A) or PSYC 3214

BIOL 1114 (LN)

BIOL 3204

BIOL 3214

CHEM 1314 (LN)

MICR 2123

MICR 2132

NSCI 2114 (N)

PHIL 1213 (H)

3 hours Humanities (H) from ART 1503, ART 1513, DANC 1003, ENGL 2413, MUSI 2573, TH 2413

ANTH 3353 (IS) or NSCI 3543 (IS)

PSYC 1113 (S)

PSYC 2583 (S) or HDFS 2113 (S)

SOC 1113 (S)

Foreign Language: 2 years of same language in High School or 2 semesters of college credit.

Sustainable Business Management (SBM)

24 hours.

MGMT 3023,  MGMT 4083,  MGMT 4403 and MGMT 4423.
Choose four of the following: AGEC 3503, AGEC 4503, ARCH 4233, BIOL 3034, BOT 3253, ECON 3903, ENVR 3113, EEE 3403, MGMT 4443, MGMT 4463, MGMT 4493, MKTG 4443, NREM 3013.

Special courses: Students may receive 3-6 credits from Sustainability study in Costa Rica at Universidad de Earth and other Travel Abroad Sustainability courses (as approved by faculty).

For detailed and latest information on this program, please contact Dr. James Pappas 

Spears School of Business, 321 Business, 405-744-7729.

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TEOL)

15 hours.

ENGL 4013, ENGL 4043, ENGL 4173
Six credit hours from:  ENGL 2243, ENGL 2443, ENGL 4003, ENGL 4033, ENGL 4063, ENGL 4073, ENGL 4080, ENGL 4083, ENGL 4093, ENGL 4143, or ENGL 4520

For additional information on this program, please contact Dr. Carol Moder, English Department, 205 Morrill Hall, 405-744-9471, or Dr. Steph Link, English Department, 109D Morrill Hall, 405-744-6232.


Certificate

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

21 hours.

Complete nine hours of foundation courses: absolutely required, GEOG 4203; choose one: GEOG 4383, CS 1113, or MSIS 3363; choose one: GEOG 3333, GEOG 5303, GENT 1153, or MET 1223.

Complete three hours in each of the following four course groups:

Database Management: MSIS 3103, MSIS 4013, MSIS 5643, or NREM 5193.

Data Capture and Representation: BAE 5313, CIVE 3614, CIVE 5263, GEOG 4303, GEOG 4313, GEOG 4323,
GEOG 4333/5333, GEOG 6313.

GIS Theory and Applications: GEOG 4343/5323 or GEOG 4353.

Advanced GIS Applications: GEOG 5343, GEOG 5353, GEOG 4510 (3 hours), GEOG 5510 (3 hours), or GEOG 6333.

Minimum GPA requirement for specific courses. For detailed and latest information on this program, please consult the website at http://geog.okstate.edu/programs/gis-certificate.

Dr. Hongbo Yu, hongbo.yu@okstate.edu, 316 Murray Hall, 405-744-9167.