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Correspondence Study

Correspondence Study

Correspondence courses are not offered at Rogers State University; however, credit is accepted for most courses completed through correspondence at other accredited institutions. Correspondence will be recorded on the transcript only if the student is currently enrolled and has successfully completed 12 or more semester hours of academic work at Rogers State University.

Independent Study Courses

Independent study courses provide structured learning opportunities for students. Generally, these courses are textbook based and reading intensive. Independent study is usually offered to students approaching graduation and when another course substitution cannot be made. Students who select this method of instruction must have good reading and comprehension skills.