The OU Polytechnic Institute (OUPI) and Tulsa Community College (TCC) have successfully completed a class-by-class guide – or transfer map - to complete a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity. The document details the classes a student must take in the associate of science in computer information systems program at TCC and the classes they will then complete in the OUPI bachelors completion degree in cybersecurity. These types of transfer maps help students seamlessly transfer from one school to another without loss of course credit.
“We are so grateful for our partnership with TCC and the completion of this transfer map is the culmination of a wonderful collaboration,” said Teri Reed, Ph.D., founding director of OUPI. “At OUPI we are a student-ready college so smoothing the way for students to transition from the computer information systems program at TCC into the OUPI cybersecurity bachelor’s is an important accomplishment.”
OUPI at OU-Tulsa is focused on high-demand, advanced and applied technology-based education. OUPI prepares graduates to transform industries in Oklahoma by offering innovative programs meeting growing demands in Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, Software Development and Integration, Digital Manufacturing and Health Information Systems. The first OUPI degree program, a bachelors completion degree in Cybersecurity, is currently accepting applications for classes beginning in Fall 2024.
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