Programs of Study at Randall

There are four schools at Randall University. These four schools manage the various programs and their curriculum and faculty. Each degree program or specialization is assigned to a specific school. These programs target both traditional and adult/professional students, offering courses both on campus and online. 

School of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Business Management

Sports Management

Business Leadership (see School of Professional and Graduate Studies)

Bachelor of Arts in Ministry and Business

Ministry Areas:

Pastoral Ministry

Youth and Family Ministry

Integrated Ministry

Business Areas:

International 

Financial

Management and Marketing

Integrated Business

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science

Bachelor of Arts in Letters

Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

School of Christian Ministry

Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry

Pastoral Ministry

Theology

Youth and Family Ministry

Integrated Ministry

Christian Ministry – Professional Studies (see School of Professional and Graduate Studies)

Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Studies

Bachelor of Arts in Ministry and Business

Ministry Areas:

Pastoral Ministry

Youth and Family Ministry

Integrated Ministry

Business Areas:

International 

Financial

Management and Marketing

Integrated Business

Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies

Bachelor of Arts in Worship and Music Studies

School of Education

Bachelor of Science in Teacher Education

Elementary Emphasis (Accredited for Certification)

Secondary Emphasis

Social Studies (Accredited for Certification)

Math (Alternative Certification Only)

English (Alternative Certification Only)

Business (Alternative Certification Only)

School of Professional and Graduate Studies

Undergraduate Programs (Adult Students Only)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Business Leadership Specialization

Christian Ministry – Professional Studies Specialization

Ministry and Business - Professional Studies Specialization

Multidisciplinary Studies

Graduate Programs

Master of Arts in Ministry

Master of Public Administration

Randall University offers programs in which students can earn an Associate of Arts degree, a Bachelor's degree, or a Master's degree. Read more about each opportunity below...

Bachelor's Degree

The Bachelor's degree consists of the general education core curriculum and a major emphasis of study. Each emphasis for the degrees is listed below. Select a degree to the left to find out more!

Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts Degree 

  1. Earn a minimum of 120 semester hours (general education core curriculum and major requirements as prescribed by the University). A minimum of 45 hours must be completed in upper division courses.
  2. Earn a minimum of 240 grade (honor) points or double the number of semester hours completed (retention GPA of 2.0).
  3. Complete at least 30 semester credit hours in residence (courses taught through Randall University).
  4. Have no failing grade in any required subject.
  5. Have a minimum grade of ‘C’ in all courses pertaining to the major.
  6. Have no incomplete grade in a course needed for graduation.
  7. Satisfy all financial obligations to the University and be in good standing with the University.

Associate of Arts Degree

Randall University offers an Associate of Arts in General Studies degree, which is designed to provide a broad general education, with a Christian studies core. Each student is required to complete the general education core curriculum, and, in consultation with his/her advisor, elective courses to increase professional skills, educational competencies, personal enrichment, and spiritual development. Students who plan to transfer into four-year programs should identify the institution and/or the desired degree program. This allows the faculty advisor to assist in tailoring a program which will facilitate transfer and to prepare the student for the future. In Oklahoma, credits earned by a student at an institution accredited by a recognized national accrediting agency may be reviewed on a course- by-course basis for possible transfer to an institution in The Oklahoma State System for Higher Education. The student is ultimately responsible for his/her course selection in meeting the graduation requirements.

Requirements for an Associate in Arts Degree

The University offers courses leading to the Associate of Arts degree to high school graduates who complete the general education core curriculum and degree requirements. To receive the degree, a student must complete the following requirements:

  1. Earn a minimum of 62 semester hours.
  2. Earn a minimum of 124 grade (honor) points or double the number of semester hours completed (retention GPA of 2.0).
  3. Complete at least 15 semester credit hours of the 62 in residence (courses taught through Randall University).
  4. Have no failing grade in any required subject.
  5. Have no incomplete grade in a course needed for graduation.
  6. Satisfy all financial obligations to the University and be in good standing with the University.

Master's Degree

Randall University currently offers two Master's Degree programs — a Master of Arts in Ministry and a Master of Public Administration (MPA). To find out more about these graduate degree programs and their requirements, click here