New signage marks the entrance to the USAO Habitat Area, which has been recently overhauled to better serve the campus and community’s educational needs. More information about public programs using the Habitat can be obtained by calling 574-1313.
It is a place that has been many things to many people.
The Lodge. The Campus Farm. The original site donated for what would become the Oklahoma College for Women.
More recently though, it been transformed by the hard work of a number of USAO professors, students and organizations along with the generosity of alumni into something brand new— the USAO Habitat Area.
CHICKASHA – Despite a tough battle for 110 minutes on Saturday afternoon, the Drovers found themselves earning their second tie of the season as the game against Lyon College ended scoreless after two overtime periods.
While they got 17 shots off during the game, the Drovers (2-0-2) struggled to net the ball while defending their own goal nearly flawlessly.
The Drovers, who are ranked third nationally, outshot the Lyon Scots 17-10 throughout the game and had four shots on goal compared to Lyon’s one shot on goal.
The physical education program enriches the life of each student by providing knowledge concerning good health practices, efficient use of body mechanics to meet the demands of a lifetime, and sharpening the skills necessary for participation in lifetime activities. A student can obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education with or without teacher education certification. A coaching emphasis is also available for students who desire to coach interscholastic sports. A minor in physical education may also be obtained.
Physics is the study of nature, from subatomic particles to the grand scale of the universe. USAO’s physics curriculum provides the student with a solid foundation in the major disciplines of physics. In addition, the physics major acquires strong problem solving abilities, critical thinking skills, laboratory and computational savvy, and a mathematical dexterity which allows graduates to pursue a variety of careers upon graduation or continue on to graduate or professional school.
This degree is appropriate for those pursuing pre-health science programs, programs in science teaching certification, and health and science support services. Pre-health science majors should consult pre-health science requirements, as well as natural science degree requirements. Potential teachers also should consult certification requirements.