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University of Oklahoma



  1. Posted By:JO12d4n
    Posted On:08-22-2012
    Average Rating:3.5
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    Curriculum4
    Price2
    Teaching Staff5
    Nearby Activities3
    This'll be quick.
    Curriculum
    The curriculum @ OU wasn't too difficult, and the aviation aspect of the degree is a lot of fun to complete. The business side of the program had the only thing I even remotely hated. HUMAN RESOURCES BAH!!!

    Price
    Even though its a public school, I payed about 25k a year to attend OU (including out of state tuition). Yeah, its pricey, not crazy pricey, but you get a 4-yr degree, from a UNIVERSITY. On the plus side, housing is ... [Read More]
  2. Posted By:krazy_hick
    Posted On:01-20-2012
    Average Rating:4
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    Curriculum5
    Price3
    Teaching Staff4
    Nearby Activities5
    I started the ATC program in the fall of 2008 (beginning of my sophomore year) and I graduated in May 2011 with my BS in Air Traffic Management. I really enjoyed the program. I thought the Sim Lab was great and the course work and load wasn't "hard" but it challenged me, in a good way. I would definitely recommend OU for anyone, no it isn't cheap, but I definitely feel you get what you pay for. I also enjoyed getting to have teachers that were teaching at the FAA Academy simultaneously... [Read More]
  3. Posted By:Aeroman2011
    Posted On:10-22-2011
    Average Rating:3.5
    Previous Rating System Ratings
    Curriculum4
    Price2
    Teaching Staff3
    Nearby Activities5
    I didn't mind OU. It was a bit pricey, but the majority of teachers there were very informational and helpful in any way they could be. But, there are a few that you will have to work harder with. That being said, it's a great school. just humble yourself, and learn everything they have to teach you. After all, that is what we are going to school for.