Ozarka College To Extend Online and Evening Course Offerings

To better serve potential students who have jobs or other obligations that may prevent them from attending classes during the day, Ozarka College has expanded its online and evening course offerings for the fall semester.

Students who enroll in the evening courses will have the opportunity to complete a degree in its entirety through either on-campus courses or online
delivery.

As part of the evening course curriculum, the College also provides many hybrid courses. A hybrid course allows students to attend class on campus
one evening a week and complete the remaining coursework online. Traditional classes are also available.

All four Ozarka College campuses will provide extended hours of operation until 8 p.m. on July 30, Aug. 1, 6 and 8 to allow students to explore degree
options and to register for classes. Student services representatives will be available to answer questions, including financial aid. Financial aid is
available for those who qualify even if you are not a full-time student.

Ozarka College provides 28 associate degrees, technical certificates, and certificates of proficiency across its four campuses.

The following courses will be available during evening hours at each respective campus:
–       Melbourne: math for allied health, general biology and lab, body
structure and function, math for business technology, introduction to
computer applications, early childhood development, English composition II,
American history I, college algebra, math for nurses, basic human nutrition,
foundations of mathematics, and first aid.

–       Ash Flat: math for allied health, body structure and function, math
for business technology, introduction to computer applications, early
childhood development, basic health skills (certified nursing assistant),
college algebra, math for nurses, basic human nutrition, foundations of
mathematics, concepts of physical activity, and physical science and lab.

–       Mountain View: math for allied health, art sculpting, general
biology and lab, body structure and function, math for business technology,
college success orientation, introduction to computer applications, early
childhood development, English composition I, college algebra, human
relations, math for nurses, basic human nutrition, foundations of literacy,
and foundations of mathematics.

–       Mammoth Spring: math for allied health, body structure and function,
math for business technology, keyboarding essentials, college success
orientation, introduction to computer applications, early childhood
development, English composition II, world literature I, introduction to
geography, American history I, college algebra, math for nurses, basic human
nutrition, foundations of literacy, foundations of mathematics, and concepts
of physical activity.

Online courses available include the following:
–       accounting I, federal income tax accounting, managerial accounting,
cultural anthropology, principles of banking, general biology and lab, body
structure and function, anatomy and physiology I & II with lab, keyboarding
essentials, business communications, legal environment of business,
introduction to chemistry, computer information systems, college success
orientation, college capstone, communications, introduction to computer
applications, criminal law, introduction to criminal justice, law
enforcement I, corrections, overview of criminal justice system,
introduction to K-12 technology, child growth and development, English
composition I and II, world literature I and II, fine arts theater,
introduction to geography, essentials of earth science and lab, world
civilization I and II, American history I and II, Arkansas history, health
data content and structure, computer applications for healthcare
professionals, medical terminology I and II, pathophysiology and
pharmacology, diagnostic coding, procedural CPT coding, fundamentals of
medical transcription, healthcare statistics, legal/ethical aspects of
healthcare, reimbursement methods/healthcare quality, healthcare delivery
system, personal health and wellness, computer ethics and security, college
algebra, math concepts I and II, management, math for nurses, basic human
nutrition, concepts of physical activity, physical science and lab, American
national government, general psychology, developmental psychology, NCLEC-RN
preparation, introduction to sociology, introduction to social work, and
social problems.

All new full-time students are required to attend a new student orientation. Orientation sessions will be held from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Mountain View
Campus on Monday, Aug. 5, at the Ash Flat Campus on Aug. 6, at the Mammoth Spring Campus on Aug. 7, and at the Melbourne Campus on Aug. 8. A special evening orientation session is scheduled at the Melbourne campus on Thursday, Aug. 15, from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. A make-up orientation will be held
at the Melbourne Campus on Friday, Aug. 16, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. for anyone who was unable to attend an earlier session.

Fall classes begin on Monday, Aug. 19.

For more information, please contact Dylan Mowery, director of admissions, at 870-368-2013 or at [email protected].