WELCOME TO THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CLASS)
East Central University's College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences takes a student-centered approach inside and outside of the classroom, providing quality instruction and producing research and creative work that enriches our academic disciplines, our communities, and the lives of our students.
 
GROUNDED IN TRADITION, EMBRACING THE PRESENT, EXCITED ABOUT THE FUTURE
We teach the traditional liberal arts and social science disciplines of Art, Communication, English, History, Husic, Political Science, Sociology, and Theatre, along with applied programs in Counseling, Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, Mass Communication, Services to the Deaf, Social Work, and Water Resource Management. We also offer an interdisciplinary program in Native American Studies and an interdisciplinary studies program designed to serve adult learners.

PROUD TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY AND REGION
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences hosts events and programs all year long. To name just a few, these include the Chickasaw Nation’s Arts Academy, Law Day, the Little Dixie Choral Contest, and the Scissortail Creative Writing Festival. We are home to the Brandon Whitten Institute for Addiction and Recovery, and our Water Resource and Policy Management students and faculty monitor creeks and streams for water quality. Check out our website to learn more about these and other activities.


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SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS
The School of Fine Arts includes programs in Music, Communication and Performance Studies, and Mass Communication. If you aspire to be an artist of any genre, the School of Fine Arts may be a fit for you!


DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES
Are you interested in teaching English or delving deeper into studying the literary arts and humanities? This may be the right area of study for you!


DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
This department offers degrees in History and a teacher certification. This may be the program for you if you enjoy U.S., European, and world history.


DEPARTMENT OF NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES
The Department of Native American Studies offers both a B.A. and a minor in Native American Studies, as well as a B.A. in Native American Studies with a Cultural Resource Management concentration.


DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS IN HUMAN SERVICES
The Department of Professional Programs in Human Services is the home of academic programs that prepare students to work with people in a variety of human services agencies and organizations. The human service field is one of the most rapidly expanding career fields in America today.


DEPARTMENT OF POLITICS, LAW AND SOCIETY
At the Department of Politics, Law and Society, students are prepared for life as lawyers, in politics, or as a legal assistants through real-life experiences.


BACHELOR OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Take control of your career or educational goals by obtaining a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. This offers students an alternative route to a college degree by offering a unique mix of web-based and field experience courses combined with courses from other majors.


CONNECT WITH US
If you are a student interested in joining us, or a parent wondering whether we’re the right choice for your child, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us at class@ecok.edu. And check out ECU's CLASS by following us on Facebook!

ONCE A TIGER, ALWAYS A TIGER!
If you are an alumnus, alumna, or a community member who loves the liberal arts and social sciences, now is a great time to get involved. We’d like to hear what you’re doing. Let’s work together to ensure a successful future for our students!

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CONTACT

Mailing Address
College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
East Central University, PMB G-6 
1100 E. 14th St. 
Ada, OK 74820-6999

Office
580-559-5425
580-559-5345 (fax)
class@ecok.edu

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