• Game development team members who worked on the project to digitally recreate Herrington Hall included Quaveon Ransom of Tulsa (seated, from left) and Derrick Wilson, along with Kevin Terneus of Claremore (standing, from left) and Daniel Hutton of Tulsa.
    Virtual Herrington Hall Created by RSU Game Design Students in Class Project

Why Choose Technology and Justice Studies at RSU?

Innovative degree programs combine aspects of business, communication and computer science to prepare students to excel in today’s information technology field. Faculty provide the highest level of instruction in technology, while providing the student with a solid foundation in business principles.

Students in the criminal justice program gain strong foundations in both law enforcement and judiciary practice. Program specializations can certify students to work as police officers or prepare students to attend top graduate schools.

Students with professional experience can get a head start on their applied technology degree. The associate of applied technology program allows students with at least 15 credit hours in technology, business or technical training to transfer up to 30 hours of college credit in a technical specialty.

Fast Facts

  • The B.S. in Justice Administration was recognized as one of 2015’s 50 Best Value Colleges for a Criminal Justice Degree by a national ranking firm.
  • The B.S. in Information Technology emphasizes both business communication and technical skill, which allows students to work in various aspects of computer programming, computer networking, multimedia and software development.
  • The Certificate in Career, Technology and Education is designed to meet educational and career goals in skilled trades, applied sciences, and modern technologies.
  • The Certificate in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance will prepare you to take the CompTIA Security+ which meets the ISO 17024 standard and is approved by U.S. Department of Defense to fulfill Directive 8570.01-M requirements.   
  • Most programs are offered both traditionally and fully online. This allows students to choose to live on campus and attend traditional classes or take online classes from any place in the world.

The Department of Technology and Justice Studies at Rogers State University combines technical know-how with the educational skills needed to succeed in a rapidly evolving workplace.

A degree in applied technology equips students to more quickly ascend into management or supervisory positions at technology firms, manufacturing companies, public sector organizations and more. A degree in justice administration provides students with specialized skills and knowledge needed to succeed in law enforcement, government, corrections and security.

Wesley Despain

“RSU has given me the tools and resources I need to pursue my career aspirations and passions. Along the way I have been able to form lasting connections with both students and faculty members. I love the sense of community on campus.”

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