Dates and Deadlines
For important dates and deadlines for the university and for Cameron courses, check the Academic Calendar.
Details about Cameron's policies, procedures, and programs can be found in the Graduate Catalog.
Advising and Enrolling
For advising and enrollment each semester, you will work with the graduate coordinator. If you need help selecting your courses, you will schedule an appointment or phone call. Once you know what courses you would like to take, send your class choices (including CRN number), your name, and student ID number and any questions to the graduate coordinator. Without each of these pieces of information, our office may be unable to assist you in a timely manner.
Our current course offerings are available online. Please review these before requesting to be enrolled.
If you wish to take online classes, you must be enrolled in them at least three weeks prior to the start of classes.
Our graduate courses fill very quickly. It is in your best interest to enroll early in the enrollment period; this will help to ensure you get a seat in your desired courses. Do not delay your enrollment!
Our course offerings are available for the upcoming semester. For planning purposes, you can check offerings from prior years to see what is traditionally offered in a given semester.
Information on Financial Assistance is available on Cameron's Financial Assistance page.
Cameron's online courses are typically administered through Blackboard. Once your Blackboard account is set up, you should log in and complete the “Blackboard Preparation for Students” tutorial before classes begin. Courses are available for student access no later than the first day of class.
Each online course will require proctored exams. Students living within 30 miles of Lawton or Duncan, Oklahoma, will test at a CU Testing Facility. Students outside of that area will be responsible for finding a proctor in their area. For details, visit the CU Testing Facilities page.
There are a limited number of graduate Scholarships available through Cameron University and the CU Foundation. To apply or to learn more about those opportunities, visit the Financial Assistance page.
All MBA students and those MSOL students who choose the non-thesis option will take a Comprehensive Exam at the end of their coursework. The exam is offered three times a year: spring, summer, and fall, and will cover material from the program’s core courses and areas. If you have questions about the exam, you can contact the Graduate Coordinator or check here for upcoming exam dates.
Degree Completion Requirements
To complete the MBA or MSOL, students must meet all requirements within a six-year time frame. In addition to the course requirements and comprehensive exams, students must also apply for graduation, pay the graduation fee, and complete an online exit interview.
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- Student Handbook
- Veteran Affairs
- Financial Assistance
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