Cameron University (CU) offers approximately 80 degrees from two-year, four-year or graduate programs.
Associates Degree Programs
Associate in Applied Science degrees are offered in Criminal Justice (with concentrations in Corrections and Law Enforcement), Electronic Engineering Technology, Information Technology, Multimedia Design, and Respiratory Care.
Associate in Science degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies, (Pre-Nursing) and Business.
Bachelors Degree Programs
Bachelors of Arts in Accounting
Bachelors of Arts in Art, Communication (with concentrations in Speech Communication, Radio/TV, Journalism, and Public Relations/Organizational Communications), English (with concentrations in Literature and Creative Writing), English Education, History, International Languages, Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Music, Political Science, Romance Languages Education (with concentrations in French and Spanish), Social Studies Education, and Theatre Arts (with concentrations in Performance Theatre and Technical Theatre).
Bachelors of Business Administration in Business Administration (with concentrations in Economics, Finance, General Business, Management, and Marketing).
Bachelors of Fine Arts in Studio Art (with concentration in Graphic Design).
Bachelors of Music degree with concentrations in Composition, Instrumental Music Performance, Piano, Vocal, and Vocal/Keyboard.
Bachelors of Musis Education in Music (with options in Vocal/General Music Education or Instrumental/General Music Education).
Bachelors of Science in Agriculture (with concentrations in Animal Science, Agronomy, Ag Business Management and Environmental Science), Biology (with concentrations in Organismal and Cell/Molecular), Biology Education, Chemistry (with concentrations in ACS Certified, Non-ACS Certified, and Health Profession), Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Family and Child Studies,Information Technology (with concentrations in Computer Info Systems, Manangment Info Systems, and Cyber Security/Information Assurance), Interdisciplinary Studies, Medical Technology, Multimedia Design, Organizational Leadership (with concentrations in Business and Communications), Physical Education, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, Sports/Fitness Management and Technology.
Graduate Degree Programs
Master of Business Administration
Master of Education in Education (with concentrations in Secondary Education, Literacy, Special Education, and Teaching and Learning).
Master in Education in Reading
Master of Science in Behavioral Science (with concentrations in Counseling, Marriage and Family, and General Psychology).
Master of Science in Educational Leadership
Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
For more information on graduate programs, visit or website at www.cameron.edu/graduate/catalog .
Cu Facts and Statistics
CU operates on a three-semester calendar. The fall semester usually begins in mid-August and ends in mid-December. The spring semester, which includes a one-week recess in March, begins in mid-January and ends in early May. The summer semester begins in late May and ends in late July.
CU is a multipurpose university located in Lawton, the state of Oklahoma’s fourth largest city (with a population of more than 100,000). Lawton is approximately 90 miles from Oklahoma City, 190 miles from Tulsa and 200 miles from Dallas, Texas. The university’s mission is to offer educational programs to approximately 250,000 people living in an 11-county service region in Southwest Oklahoma. Cameron is one of seven regional universities in Oklahoma and is the only institution in its service area offering associate, bachelor and master degrees.
While academics are a priority at CU, an important part of the college experience takes place outside the classroom. Students can find activities that suit their talents, interests and abilities. A wide range of organizations is located on campus, including departmental, minority, professional, political and religious groups and various honorary and recognition societies. Students can become involved in student government, choral groups, a jazz ensemble, theatre or Greek life.
During their free time, students can participate in intramural sports, intercollegiate athletics and other recreational activities. The CU Rec Center houses basketball, volleyball and racquetball courts, and NCAA regulation-size swimming pool, a running track, aerobic exercise area and a weight training area, which features cross-training equipment. Located nearby are eight tennis courts. Use of the Rec Center is open to CU students, staff and faculty. Intercollegiate sports are an important part of campus life. Men play basketball, baseball, golf, cross country and tennis, while women participate in basketball, volleyball, softball, golf and tennis. Cameron competes in the NCAA Division II Lone Star Conference.
Cameron has an enrollment of approximately 6,025 full and part-time students each fall and spring semester. The summer semester has a small enrollment. Minority students make up 38% of the total enrollment. The current breakdown is as follows: 19% African-American, 8% Native-American, 8% Hispanic and 3% Asian. The current international student body represents 300 students from 52 different countries.
Approximately 68 percent of the faculty holds doctoral degrees or the highest degree offered in their fields; 194 full-time faculty members and 50 adjunct professors teach courses. The student-faculty ration is 23 to 1. There are no graduate or teaching assistants teaching classes at CU.
Shepler Center is comprised of two traditional high-rise residence halls – North Shepler (male) and South Shepler (female). Each room is equipped with a bed, desk, high-speed internet, cable and phone connections. Bathroom and shower facilities are available on each floor. A lounge is located on each floor Students will find a laundry facility, cafeteria, and a 24-hour computer lab conveniently located between the towers.
Currently the 7th floor of North Shepler features suite-style rooms with a living room. They are available in 2, 3, and 4 bedrooms layouts. This is only available in our male residence hall of the residential halls.
Cameron Village is an apartment complex with two styles of apartments. One is set up as a four bedroom/two bath unit. The other style is a two bedroom/one bath floor plan. All apartments are furnished and include kitchens with a microwave, stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. The Village also is equipped with high-speed internet, cable and phone connections. Located in Cameron Village is the McMahon Center – a separate building with a great room, recreational space, library and computer room.
CU is rated a superior education value by Critical Comparisons of American Colleges and Universities – an award given to fewer than 7% of U.S. universities. The award recognizes schools that hold the line against spiraling tuition costs.
The university ranks in the top 10 percent of the nation’s safest campuses, and is the safest campus in Oklahoma, according to the U.S. crime statistics. CU conducts ongoing educational programs and maintains such services as neighborhood watch and “crimestoppers” programs, uniformed nighttime campus escorts for students, a 24-hour emergency hotline and improved nighttime lighting.
Living up to its title as “Oklahoma’s Interactive University”, Cameron maintains an award-winning website that features online admission, class schedules and interactive courses.