Cameron University students from Stephens County and its neighboring counties – Grady, Garvin, Carter, Jefferson and Cotton – and even eastern Comanche County will find expanded class options at Cameron University-Duncan this fall, reducing the need to commute to the Lawton campus. The number of course offerings taught at CU-Duncan has increased thanks to the addition of new science laboratories and new faculty at Duncan to satisfy student needs.
With classes starting on Monday, August 19, CU-Duncan will offer courses that satisfy general education requirements for all of the university’s undergraduate degree programs. In addition, upper level courses in accounting, business, criminal justice, economics, education, family science and finance are offered this fall.
Graduate classes for the Master of Science in Education Leadership are now being offered at CU-Duncan in a hybrid format. Classes meet only four times during the semester at night, with the rest of the coursework being completed online.
CU-Duncan welcomes two faculty members who will concentrate most of their teaching efforts at that campus.
Dana Winters, an instructor in the Department of Agriculture, Biology and Health Sciences, will teach exclusively at the Duncan campus. Her classes include Human Biology and Human Physiology, as well as the required labs for those courses.
Dr. Rio Carlo Lirag, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Physics and Engineering, will focus the majority of his teaching efforts at CU-Duncan. He will teach General Chemistry and General Physical Science in addition to directing two General Chemistry labs at CU-Duncan and one General Chemistry lab at the Lawton campus.
Enrollment for 16-week classes for the fall semester remains open until August 26. To learn more about classes at CU-Duncan, call 580-581-5950 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 19, 2019