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Oklahoma is a State located in the southern central part of the United States. Oklahoma shares borders with Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri. In the form of post-high-school education, the State offers a wide array of options--from small, independent liberal arts colleges for major State institutions.

Bacone College

Bacone College is an independent liberal arts school, which is located in the city of Muskogee. The four-year-old college is associated with the Baptist Church. Bacone College has existed since 1880 and spans the 187 acres. The objectives of the College include the maintenance of a society that is culturally diverse and serving the region's native Americans. The school offers 29 courses (both bachelor and associate). Educational sessions include Christian Ministry, company, sport management, nursing, journalism and criminal justice.

Murray State College

Murray State College is a public institution, which is in the town of Tishomingo, which is in South-Central Oklahoma. Murray State College was founded in the spring of 1908 and offers a wide range of comprehensive associated programs in science, art, and allied health. The school aims to offer opportunities for students to increase their academic opportunities, as well as their own individual growth. The major programs include English, pre-law, computer science, child development and agriculture.

Northern Oklahoma College

Northern Oklahoma College is a state college, which is in the north-central part of Oklahoma, in the city of Tonkawa. Northern Oklahoma College offers training that is cheap for certification programs and associate's degrees. The school aims to encourage students to develop social, cultural and civil responsibility and leadership. The educational divisions include arts, social sciences, mathematics, engineering, business and agriculture.

Seminole State College

Seminole State College is a public school that, as its name suggests, is in the city of Seminole, which is in the central part of the State. Seminole State College core values are quality, respect, opportunities and compassion. The school offers one-and two-year training programs for technical occupations. The professional programs include nursing, medical laboratory technologist and applied technology. As for sports, opportunities, such as basketball, baseball, volleyball and tennis are available.


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