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OU-Tulsa offers more than 30 undergraduate and graduate degrees and with night and weekend classes, a faculty committed to student success, and a campus in the heart of the city, you’ll find what you need, all without leaving Tulsa.

Learn more about our programs below and what makes OU-Tulsa unique.
To request information about our programs, please complete this form.

To schedule a campus tour, contact Kendall Craft at kcraft@ou.edu or by phone at 918-660-3318.

Who attends OU-Tulsa? Our students are determined, focused and know the value of higher education, even though many have been away from the university setting for a number of years. The student experience is still a priority at OU-Tulsa, with campus life revolving around numerous student-led programs and initiatives.

In addition to traditional academic programs, we offer programs that use active, hands-on learning, utilize advanced technology, and encourage learning in the community as well as industrial labs. Our programs are designed to not only serve current community needs but to discover future needs and to produce graduates who can solve tomorrow’s problems.

This union of learning and community engagement is one reason why our campus attracts world-class faculty who know exactly what today’s business, government, educational, and medical professions are seeking in graduates and future employees. We take great pride in what OU-Tulsa students have accomplished and what they go on to contribute in the communities where they work. If you’re thinking about going back to school, we’re happy to answer any questions you may have and help you get started. We’d love to welcome you into our Sooner family.

College of Allied Health

OU-Tulsa’s College of Allied Health offers the Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, Radiography; Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, Sonography; Master of Occupational Therapy and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees. OU-Tulsa is the only campus in eastern Oklahoma that offers these degrees.

 

Undergraduate Degree Programs:

Bachelor of Science Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, Radiography

Bachelor of Science Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, Sonography

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

Master of Occupational Therapy

Doctor of Physical Therapy

 

Contact:

Kathy Campbell

(918) 660-3277

Kathy-l-campbell@ouhsc.edu

College of Archiecture

OU’s College of Architecture program at the Schusterman Center offers two degrees. The Master of Architecture-Urban Design is a post-professional degree designed for students with a Bachelor of Architecture or similar degree that wish to further their education by acquiring urban design skills. The Master of Science in Architectural Urban Studies degree is designed for students interested in urban design issues and research that do not necessarily possess an undergraduate degree in architecture.

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

Master of Architecture - Urban Design

Master of Science in Architectural Urban Studies


Contact:

Shawn Schaefer

(918) 660-3493

sschaefer@ou.edu

College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences at OU-Tulsa offers graduate degree programs in a wide range of educational areas, including Human Relations, Library and Information Studies, Organizational Dynamics, Public-Administration and Social Work.

 

Undergraduate Degree Programs:

Bachelor of Arts in Information Studies (online only)

Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies

Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

Master of Human Relations

Master of Library and Information Studies

Master of Arts in Organizational Dynamics

Master of Public Administration

Master of Social Work

 

Contact:

Alisa Dougless

(918) 660-3488

Adougless@ou.edu

Jeannine Rainbolt COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

The Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education at OU-Tulsa promotes inquiry and practices that are fundamental to the interrelated activities of teaching, research and practice in the multidisciplinary field of -education. The college offers a bachelor degree completion program in early childhood, master and doctoral degree programs in educational administration and a doctoral degree in instructional leadership and academic curriculum with emphasis in reading education.

 

Undergraduate Degree Programs:

Bachelor of Science in Education, Early Childhood Education

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

M.Ed. in Educational Administration, Curriculum and Supervision

Doctor of Educational Administration, Curriculum, and Supervision

Doctor of Philosophy in Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum, Concentration in Early Childhood Education

 

Contact:

Roberta Hovis
(918) 660-3987
rhovis@ou.edu

For info on the Ph.D. program in Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum, Concentration in Early Childhood Education, you may also contact:
Vickie E. Lake, Ph.D.,
918-660-3984
vlake@ou.edu

College of Engineering

OU’s College of Engineering in Tulsa offers graduate and doctoral degrees in electrical engineering, computer engineering and telecommunications engineering.

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering

Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical and Computer Engineering

 

Contact:

Renee Wagenblatt

918-660-3235

rwagenblatt@ou.edu

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES

The College of Liberal Studies is a fully accredited, academic division of the University of Oklahoma offering the highest-quality interdisciplinary education to non-traditional students. The college utilizes its setting within a comprehensive research university to enhance students’ skills as lifelong learners. OU-Tulsa offers a bachelor degree completion program in administrative leadership.
 

 

Undergraduate Degree Programs:

Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (online only)

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (online only)

Bachelor of Arts in Lifespan Care Administration (online only)

Bachelor of Arts in World Cultural Studies (online only)
 

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

Master of Arts in Administrative Leadership (online only)

Master of Arts in Human and Health Services Administration (online)

Master of Arts in Museum Studies (online)

Master of Prevention Science (online)

Master of Science in Criminal Justice (online)

 

Contact:

Kendall Craft, recruiter

(918) 660-3318

kcraft@ou.edu

OU School of Community Medicine

The OU School of Community Medicine offers a full range of medical services and residencies: Doctor of Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Family Medicine/Psychiatry, Internal Medicine, Medicine/Pediatrics, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Pediatrics, Physician Assistant, Psychiatry, Rural Medicine, Sports Medicine, and Surgery.

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

Master of Health Science in Physician Assistant Studies

Doctor of Medicine

 

Contact:

Karen Mulkey, Community Relations Officer

(918) 660-3098

Karen-mulkey@ouhsc.edu

College of Nursing

The College of Nursing seeks to educate professional nurses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, to advance nursing knowledge through research and creative activities, and to provide diverse health-related and professional services throughout Oklahoma. The College of Nursing at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) as well as a Master of Science degree in Nursing (MSN).

 

Undergraduate Degree Programs:

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

Master of Science in Nursing

 

Contact:

Dawn Johnson

(918) 660-3951

dawn-johnson@ouhsc.edu

College of Pharmacy

The Doctor of Pharmacy program, offered on both the Tulsa and Oklahoma City Health Sciences Center campuses, provides educational training and experience in accordance with standards and guidelines for Doctor of Pharmacy programs established by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE).

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

Doctor of Pharmacy

 

Contact:

Crystal Duffey

(918) 660-3572

Crystal-duffey@ouhsc.edu

COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

The College of Public Health is one of only 44 accredited schools of public health in the nation.  OU-Tulsa offers the Master of Public Health.

 

Graduate Degree Programs:

Master of Public Health

 

Contact:

Julia Leighty

(918) 660-3670

Julia-leighty@ouhsc.edu