The Department of Agriculture, Biology, and Health Sciences offers a wide range of baccalaureate and associate degrees in undergraduate programs that prepare students for immediate entry into the workforce, as well as preparation for pursuing the graduate degrees that are required by many careers in advanced professions. The department offers an Associate in Applied Science degree in radiologic technology, an Associate in Applied Science Degree in respiratory care, and an Associate of Science degree in allied health sciences. In addition, the department offers a Bachelor of Science Degree in agriculture and a Bachelor of Science Degree in biology. For more information on these degree programs, please click the individual links in the menu bar above or on the program name below.
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
The mission of the Cameron University agricultural program is to provide service to Southwest Oklahoma in the areas of advancing, integrating, broadening, and communicating knowledge of the science and technology of agriculture, natural resource utilization and conservation, and related agricultural and food policy. Through a multi-disciplinary approach to learning, discovery, and citizen engagement in the fields of agriculture and natural resources we strive to make a positive difference on society by enhancing agricultural productivity and environmental sustainability. The agricultural program faculty and staff assists students in developing as scholars, mentors, and responsible citizens of the State of Oklahoma, the United States, and the world. We continually seek input from our key stakeholders, including practitioners in agricultural production and businesses, agricultural leadership, and natural resource managers and conservationists, that will in turn enable us to provide a premier academic experience, effective outreach, and encourage relevant scholarship.
Associate in Science in Allied Health Sciences
The mission of the Allied Health Sciences Associates degree is to provide students the foundation they need to succeed in an allied health program.
Bachelor of Science in Biology
The mission of the Biology Program is to provide high quality instruction to students at the undergraduate level with emphasis on active learning, problem solving, and critical thinking. The department is committed to improving knowledge in various fields of biology through research and scholarly activities and to transferring that knowledge to our students and colleagues. Our vision is to achieve excellence in education through creative use of traditional and innovative instructional methods, technology, and research. The faculty participates in outreach to the state and nation through services to the university community, to the public, to governmental and industrial entities, and to professional societies.
Associate in Applied Science in Radiologic Technology
Cameron University's Radiologic Technology Program's mission is to prepare a wide-ranging and vibrant student population; access to exemplary educational opportunities, for professional success in the radiologic sciences; by fostering resourceful classroom teaching with realistic learning, developing competitive workforce knowledge, effective leadership, and life-long learning; that will lead to a meaningful contribution in the rapidly changing health care environment.
Associate in Applied Science in Respiratory Care
The mission of the Respiratory Care program is to provide high quality instruction to students at the undergraduate level with emphasis on active learning, problem solving, and critical thinking. The program is committed to preparing graduates with demonstrated competence in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) domains of respiratory practice as performed by registered respiratory therapists (RRTs). Our vision is to achieve excellence in education through creative use of traditional and innovative instructional methods and technology. The faculty participates in outreach to the state and nation through services to the university community, to public, to governmental and industrial sectors, and to professional societies.