Department of Applied Technology
You've earned the credit, now make the most of it!
Earn College Credits for Technology Center Classes
Jump Start Your College Career
Want to get a jump start on earning a college degree? High school and adult students can earn up to 30 hours of college credit for courses taken at area Technology Centers and apply those credit hours towards an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree from Rogers State University.
This program allows students like you to get a head start towards a college dgree. Plus, since students only pay a small, per-hour service fee to transfer the credit hours, you can enjoy a significant cost savings.
How It Works
Students enrolled in an approved program at area Technology Centers can apply up to 30 hours of their technical credits toward a two-year A.A.S. degree at RSU. After successfully completing the required general educational and core courses at RSU, students will have earned their associate degree.
Earn A Four-Year Degree
After completing the A.A.S. degree, students can continue their education by pursuing RSU's four-year Bachelor of Technology degree. RSU is one of a few universities in Oklahoma that offers both two-year and four-year technology degrees.
Students will be charged a nominal service fee of $8 per credit hour for the technical credits applied towards the associate degree. Contact the RSU Admissions Office for more information.
RSU-Technology Center Cooperative Agreements
RSU has cooperative agreements with many of Oklahoma’s technology centers, including:
What Are the Requirements?
High School Students:
Why Choose RSU?
RSU offers courses to meet the needs of your busy schedule. RSU has three convenient campuses in Claremore, Bartlesville, and Pryor and also offers an extensive number of courses through its innovative RSU Online program, which allows tremendous flexibility for students with busy schedules. The A.A.S. in Applied Technology is one of several degrees available entirely online at RSU.
What if RSU Isn't Listed as the 'Primary" Education Partner for the Technology Center I Attend?
Students can apply their technical credits to either the Technology Center's primary education partner or to a secondary education partner. This provides students with more flexibility in choosing an assciate degree program that will best meet their needs.
How to Enroll
Students can contact their program instructor or Technology Center counselor to learn more. Or students may contact us at:
To get more information about the RSU Technology Center Cooperative Agreements, or to apply for admission to the program, call or visit one of the Enrollment Centers at our three campuses.