Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE)
The University of Oklahoma - Serving the Military since 1942
A degree from the University of Oklahoma (OU) symbolizes a quality education and OU's dedication to excellence. In 1942, the University began serving the educational needs of the United States Armed Forces by offering independent study college courses, bachelor's and master's degree programs, as well as a doctorate degree. Today, Servicemembers all over the world are awarded degrees at twenty-seven OU sites.
The University of Oklahoma is a Servicemembers Opportunity College member with policies and programs designed especially to help meet the needs of Navy Service members. OU provides NCPACE students the opportunity to enroll in statistics, mathematics, chemistry, geology, physics, human relations, sociology, geography, and music undergraduate courses, as well as the core courses from two distance learning degrees, the Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership and the Master of Arts in Administrative Leadership. All courses and programs are also available in an online format to allow seamless transition when the NCPACE program is not available to the sailor.