Oklahoma Panhandle State University Reviews
- Goodwell (OK)
- Annual Tuition: $8,674
100% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 7/1/2019
- Degree: Public Health
- Graduation Year: 2018
"My program offered valuable insight into the limitation and persuading factors associated with public health efforts. It was very theory based and offered a lot of psychological insight into what processes someone goes through to undergo a health behavior change. With the theoretical aspects, we also got to dive deep into how the body itself works and how different aspects of the body interact with other aspects. Anatomy and Exercise Physiology were two of the most interesting classes in my opinion as they taught you specifics of the muscles and systems within the body and how exercise and movement effect them and how they learn to adapt."
- Reviewed: 3/26/2018
- Degree: Human Services
- Graduation Year: 2016
"Oklahoma State University is a home away from home. The collegiate atmosphere at OSU is the friendliest and most welcoming for new students without any peers or connections. OSUs social life allots many opportunities for finding your interests and others who share the same passions as yourself. The professors are well respected and have earned the titles they have been given. Oftentimes you may have a bad break in classes, but that was rare for me. This place helped me to grow and make relationships and a future for myself. Not to mention I enjoyed my program so much, that Im willing i go back for a second degree!"
- Reviewed: 12/21/2017
- Degree: Network Security
- Graduation Year: 2017
"If you have an interest in technology or computers, and would like to pursue it further, I highly recommend this program. The information systems curriculum covers a wide array of fields including programming, database management, networking, web design and 3D graphics. Each student can choose which field to specialize in, while gaining a strong foundation in business as well. The small class sizes ensure that students can get extra help outside the classroom if needed, and the professors are concerned about each student's progress. As a recent graduate of Panhandle State, and a prospective grad school student, I feel that the information systems programmed prepared me for the next step more than I ever thought possible."