The 2005 Oklahoma Legislature passed SB 982, also known as the
ACE College Preparatory/Work Ready Curriculum, mandating a default
college preparatory/work ready curriculum beginning with students
graduating from high school in 2010. The default curriculum is
aligned with the 2010 Oklahoma's
Promise curriculum, and the legislation requires that all
courses within the curriculum be approved for college admission.
The subject names below are linked to
more detailed course requirements.
Public Colleges & Universities
Below are the courses you must take if you want to go to an
Oklahoma state college or university. If you enter the job market
after high school, these courses will also help you prepare for
||grammar, composition and literature
||Algebra I, Algebra II, geometry, math analysis, trigonometry,
pre-calculus (must have completed geometry and Algebra II),
calculus and Advanced Placement statistics
||biology, chemistry, physics or any lab science certified by
school district; general science courses don't qualify
History and Citizenship Skills
||must include 1 unit of American history and 2 units from the
subjects of history, economics, geography, government, civics
and/or non-Western culture
||from any of the subjects listed above or from
computer science or
Suggestion for Success: Colleges and universities also
recommend, but do not require, that you take an additional unit in
math, an additional unit in lab science and two units in speech or
fine arts (music, art, drama).
Note: Requirements may change, and they may be
different for independent (private) colleges and universities.
Check with your school counselor for full details.
For more information on Oklahoma public college and university
admission standards, email email@example.com or call the
Student Information Hotline at (800) 858-1840 (225-9239 in Oklahoma