OSU-OKC, OHP partner on education
OSU-OKC recently hosted Gov. Kevin Stitt for a ceremonial signing of a Memo of Understanding.
Senate Bill (SB) 338, signed into law by Gov. Stitt, will allow Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers to receive the majority of their required 64 college credit hours during the academy through a partnership with OSU-OKC. Applicants now only have to have 24 college credit hours to apply to become a trooper and if they have at least three years of law enforcement experience, they can apply with no college hours.
More information on the partnership is at this link.