There are schools offering science classes in Oklahoma!
Schools Offering Science Programs in Oklahoma
Oklahoma City University, which is located in Oklahoma City, is the top-ranked school in Oklahoma that has a science program. It received a ranking of 36th in the country in 2010. In 2010, 69 students graduated from Oklahoma City University's science program. The tuition rate at Oklahoma City University was $25,760 per year.
The second-ranked school in Oklahoma with a science program is Oklahoma Christian University, which is located in Edmond. In 2010, it was ranked 38th nationwide. In 2010, 19 students graduated from Oklahoma Christian University science program. Tuition at Oklahoma Christian University was $17,456 per year.
Saint Gregorys University, which is located in Shawnee, is the third-ranked school in Oklahoma that has a science program. It received a ranking of 54th in the country in 2010. In 2010, Saint Gregorys University graduated 1 students from its science programs. Saint Gregorys University charged in-state students $17,516 in tuition fees per year.
If you choose to attend a Oklahoma science school, average tuition will be $6,930 per year. However, tuition at your particular institution may range from $2,091 per year to $28,735 per year. The highest tuition rates in 2010 at Oklahoma science schools were charged at the following schools:
- University of Tulsa - located in Tulsa, students are charged $28,735 per year
- Oklahoma City University - located in Oklahoma City, students are charged $25,760 per year
- Oral Roberts University - located in Tulsa, students are charged $20,054 per year
The science schools in Oklahoma that charged the lowest tuition rates were:
- Connors State College - located in Warner, students are charged $2,091 per year
- Carl Albert State College - located in Poteau, students are charged $2,216 per year
- Tulsa Community College - located in Tulsa, students are charged $2,400 per year
A science degree from an Oklahoma school... what next?
Environmental scientist, science professor, chemist, animal scientist, and clinical research scientist are the professions of choice for a majority of science graduates in Oklahoma. Oklahoma had 2,270 science professionals in 2010. 170 of these science professionals were life scientists, 590 were environmental scientists, and 1,010 were science professors. The following counties have the largest number of Oklahoma science professionals:
- Canadian County - 350 science professionals
- Creek County - 240 science professionals
- Cherokee County - 150 science professionals
According the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of science professionals is expected to grow by 10% by 2018. There are projected to be 640 science professionals working in Oklahoma then. Of these 640 science professionals, the government predicts that 240 will be life scientists, an unknown number will be environmental scientists, and an unknown number will be science professors.
On average, science professionals earn a salary of $58,052 per year in Oklahoma state. But, salaries for science professional can vary. In 2010, science professional made as little as less than $22,760 per year or as much as more than $164,270 per year in Oklahoma. The following counties in Oklahoma have the highest average salaries for science professionals:
- Cherokee County - $70,615 per year
- Adair County - $69,560 per year
- Creek County - $68,585 per year
On average, science professionals earn the least in the following Oklahoma counties:
- Atoka County - $46,710 per year
- Canadian County - $57,490 per year
- Creek County - $68,585 per year
The science professionals with highest average salaries in Oklahoma were:
- Chemist - $70,500 per year
- Animal Scientist - $68,820 per year
- Environmental Scientist - $58,090 per year
On average, the lowest paid science professionals in Oklahoma were:
- Life Scientist - $50,470 per year
- Science Professor - $42,960 per year
Take a look at the graphs and charts below for additional Oklahoma statistics regarding a career in science and to compare salaries with a variety of related fields such as engineering or chemical engineering.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Science in Oklahoma
- Bachelor's Degree in Science in Oklahoma
- Master's Degree in Science in Oklahoma
- Doctoral Degree in Science in Oklahoma
- Certificate in Science in Oklahoma
Curious what studying Science gets you?
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|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists||n/a||$57,470|
|Postsecondary Teachers, All Other||1,010||$42,960||11.0%|
|Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health||590||$58,090||-53.2%|
|Life Scientists, All Other||170||$50,470||466.7%|
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