Agriculture is a dynamic and diversified field in which the need is great for graduates that are trained in the liberal arts as well as the practical and scientific aspects of the field. The ...
Title: Chairman, Division of Technical and Applied Sciences and General Farm Manager and Associate Professor of Agriculture
Educational Background: B.S. Agriculture Education - ...
- Farms & Work Stations
The mission of the Agriculture Office is to assist the agriculture professors and students in the general operation of the department. The office seeks success through a focus ...
- Student Groups
AGRICULTURE RELATED CLUBS
These clubs were established for the students to become involved in organizations within their specialized fields for the purpose of self-development, socialization, ...
- FFA Workshop
Dear FFA Advisors,
The College of the Ozarks Agriculture department cordially invites your FFA chapter to attend our annual FFA Workshop on March 7, 2015. The workshop is a great opportunity ...
- Ag Department Video
The Art department at College of the Ozarks exists to dynamically develop professional artists who are individuals of excellent character. We strive to nurture and ...
- Biblical and Theological Studies
Whether students are seeking to serve in Christian camps, urban ministries, local churches, foreign countries, or go on to graduate school, the Biblical and Theological Studies (BTS) department at ...
Students majoring in Biology choose one or more of the following areas for an academic emphasis:
• Human/Molecular Biology
• Ecology and Field Biology
• Conservation ...
Gabriela Galey, M.D.
University of Heidelberg Medical School. 1999.
Courses: Introduction to Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Upper Anatomy, ...
The Business Department of College of the Ozarks offers programs in accounting and business administration. The goal of the Business Department is to provide specific ...
Chemistry is a fundamental science and impacts all aspects of one's life. A degree in chemistry is an excellent preparation for many careers in science, industry, government, ...
Dr. Jerry Easdon, Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry
Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry, University of Iowa
M.S. in Chemistry, San Diego State University
B.S. in ...
- Communication Arts
The Communication Arts degree will prepare students to be competent communicators in today's diverse and evolving business, professional, and academic fields. ...
Communication Arts Department
College of the Ozarks
P.O. Box 17
Point. Lookout, MO 65726
Dr. Gary Hiebsch
Div. Chair of Business and ...
- Electronic Media Production
Electronic Media Production
The Electronic Media Production emphasis is built to be as diverse as the field it is preparing students to enter. The field is changing quickly, and this major is ...
The Journalism emphasis will prepare students for the evolving business and professional fields through the development of newsgathering, reporting, and writing skills. The amalgamation of ...
- Public Relations
The Public Relations (PR) emphasis will develop competent communicators able to organize and plan events, write and produce materials for the press, and speak to gatherings of employees and ...
- Speech Communication
The Speech Communication emphasis prepares students to participate in the modern world with a mixture of practical experience and theoretical knowledge. Students in the Speech Communication emphasis ...
- Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice Department
The Criminal Justice Department at College of the Ozarks prepares a student to compete for professional positions within a wide range of government and ...
- Computer Sciences
Preparing computing leaders of the future
Welcome to the College of the Ozarks Computer Sciences department web site. The goal of this web site is to provide information that will help you ...
- Five Reasons to Major in Computing
1. Expertise in computing enables you to solve complex, challenging problems.
Computing is a discipline that offers rewarding and challenging possibilities for a wide range of people regardless of ...
It is always surprising to find out that prospective students think a career in computing involves sitting in front of a computer eight to ten hours a day. Nothing could be further from the truth! ...
- Culinary Arts
The Culinary Arts program is an excellent place to expand your interest and knowledge in the culinary arts. Chefs, cooks, and food preparation workers prepare, season, and cook a ...
- Nutrition and Dietetics
The Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics (DPND) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy of Nutrition and ...
The 21st century promises challenging opportunities and increasing demands for highly qualified teacher education graduates in many fields of study. As a Teacher Education graduate, you will possess ...
The faculty members in the College of the Ozarks Education department have a wealth of experience and knowledge to share with our students. Our faculty members are committed to doing whatever it ...
- Educational Testing
What is it? MoGEA (Missouri General Education Assessment) is an online exam required by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education that evaluates the knowledge and ...
The College of the Ozarks’ Teacher Education program is accredited by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Therefore, students who complete their elementary or ...
- Applications & Checklists
Program Applications & Requirements
Teacher Education Program
To apply for admission to the Teacher Education Program at College of the Ozarks, you must meet the following general ...
- Clinical & Research Courses
Clinical & Research Coursework
Pre-service teachers at College of the Ozarks complete a well-balanced program of general education, specialized education, and professional education courses to ...
- Student Groups
Student Missouri State Teachers Association
The Student Missouri State Teachers Association (S-MSTA) is open to all Elementary and Secondary Education majors and serves as a bridge to your teaching ...
- Educator Resources
Beginning Teacher Workshop
Each fall the College of the Ozarks’ Education Department hosts a half-day Beginning Teacher Workshop for first and second-year teachers. Through this workshop, the ...
Welcome Back, C of O Graduates!
We trust you have found your educational experience at College of the Ozarks to be valuable and believe you are well-prepared for your career as a teacher. It ...
Students majoring in English may choose between two courses of study:
• English/Secondary Education.
“In a very real sense, people who ...
- Family and Consumer Sciences
Family and Consumer Sciences seeks to empower individuals and families across the life span to manage the challenges of living and working in a diverse, global society. Our unique focus is on ...
- Foreign Language
The Foreign Language department offers a major or minor in Spanish. In an ever-shrinking world, knowing another language is more important than ever!
Foreign language study makes ...
- Graphic Arts
The Graphic Arts program offers both a major and a minor to prepare those students who choose some part of the graphic arts industry as their career. The objectives of this program ...
The History department at College of the Ozarks offers students the exciting opportunity to explore the development of world civilizations and cultures and to study the ...
- Hotel and Restaurant Management
The curriculum at College of the Ozarks is founded upon the liberal arts, which offer the student an investigation of a variety of subjects coupled with an intensive ...
The Department of Mathematics and Physics at College of the Ozarks is a combined department designed to offer students a major in mathematics or a pre-engineering program. The department consists of ...
- Military Science
While examining your goals at C of O, you may want to consider the unique experiences available through the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC). Our ROTC program provides some of the best ...
Graduates in Music are prepared to follow their calling into school or private teaching, music ministry, performance, music industry or to continue their education at the ...
Character of Nursing
Nurses should have a high moral character worthy of the public's trust, effective communication and critical thinking skills, a caring attitude, and be responsible and ...
- Faculty and Staff
Dr. Janice S. Williams, RN; ACNS-BC; CDE; CNE
Professor of Nursing and Program Director
Education and Certification
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) - Case Western ...
• Nursing is a very challenging and rewarding profession! Registered Nurses (RNs) constitute the largest healthcare occupation, with 2.4 million jobs. The demand for nurses (RNs) has never been ...
Admission & Progression Policies -- Armstrong McDonald School of Nursing
College of the Ozarks, in its long tradition of excellence, offers a traditional four-year professional baccalaureate ...
- Video about the Nursing Program
- Prospective Students
So . . . you are thinking of becoming a nurse or advancing your nursing education?
If you are an individual contemplating a nursing career you might do some "investigating" to help in ...
The College of the Ozarks Armstrong McDonald School of Nursing program earned national accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education CCNE), effective April 7, 2010. The ...
Major: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Required theory courses: 13 hours
NSG 254 The Character of Professional Nursing
NSG 303 Pathophysiology
- Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
Students wishing to major in physical education may choose from the following programs:
Physical Education K-12 (double major with Secondary Education),
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science
Welcome to the psychology department! The focus of the psychologydepartment at College of the Ozarks is to prepare students to ...
- Family Studies and Social Services
Family Studies and Social Services major provides students with a choice of a Marriage and Family emphasis or a Social Work emphasis. The major objectives are for students to: ...
FOUR STAR COUNTRY BOY
October 2, 7, 9 , 14, 16, 18, 21, 23, 28, November 4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 18, 20 at 2:00 p.m. and November 11 at 8:00 p.m. All performances are in the Royal Oak ...
Allied Health Science
Conservation and Wildlife Management
- Medical Technology
The Medical Technology program leads to a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Medical Technology. Students must fulfill all general education requirements; specified math, biology and chemistry ...
- Pre-Physician's Assistant
Students interested in Physician’s Assistant (PA) training must first complete a Bachelor of Science degree. PA Master’s Degree programs do not require a particular major. Every PA ...
College of the Ozarks offers two options to those students who plan to enter one of the various engineering fields. Under the first option, called the Three-Two plan, the student spends three years ...
The Association of American Law Schools does not recommend a specific major or minor as the preferred pre-legal course of study:
“The four majors most frequently recommended by law-school deans ...
The Pre-Medical program does not require the student to be any particular major. Although the majority of applicants will have majored in one of the natural sciences (Biology or Chemistry), those ...
The suggested Pre-Veterinary Medicine curriculum is based on those courses that fulfill or exceed the 60 core hours required to enter the University of Missouri School of Veterinary Medicine. If ...