Law schools in Oklahoma offer students a Juris Doctor (JD) degree upon graduation. A JD degree is a professional doctorate degree in law and typically takes three to four-years to complete. Competition for admittance to law schools in Oklahoma is extremely high. Students are evaluated on their grade point average (GPA), the completion of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, their CLEP test score, and their extracurricular activities. Once admitted, students learn to analyze and interpret the law through reasoning and technical analysis. The learning environment is competitive as professors teach using the Socratic method, where students are called upon at random to answer questions in class.
- Criminal Justice B.S.
- Criminal Justice A.A.S.