Thursday, April 2, 2015

Four-year Degrees to Be Discussed at CASC-Sallisaw

Representatives from Northeastern State University (NSU) at Tahlequah will be at Carl Albert State College (CASC) in Sallisaw at 5 p.m. Monday to discuss degree opportunities. The meeting will take place in the Delores O'Guin Mitchell Library at CASC-Sallisaw. 

Beginning in the fall of 2015, students pursuing an associate of arts in pre-elementary education can take classes for a bachelor of science in pre-elementary education or a bachelor of science in education--special education--mild/moderate disorders. This is the first time that a student in NSU's Smart Choice transfer program can pursue a four-year degree, without leaving their two-year school. For the most part, a student will be able to take their NSU course work at CASC or online, therefore avoiding commuting or moving to NSU.

Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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