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OU is the largest research institution in the state of Oklahoma, and with more than 575 endowed faculty members who are committed to providing students with a real world, hands-on learning experience, our programs continue to be ranked among the best. 

Find Your Major

OU offers more than 170 academic programs for you to choose from! Find your major by selecting from the list below to discover additional information for the program. 

The OU Health Sciences Center offers over 80 academic programs, the majority of which are graduate and professional level programs. Meaning, a bachelor's degree is required for a number of the programs upon entry. Explore the undergraduate program options, indicated with an asterisk (*) below, and explore the additional program opportunities if you are interested in pursuing a graduate/professional degree. Please review the program(s) of your interest to determine if you will need a number of credit hours to apply or a completed bachelor’s degree. 

My Majors Assessment

Not sure what you want to study? Don't worry! All freshmen are advised in University College regardless if you have declared a major or not. If you're undecided, a Career Exploration Coach from University College will work one-on-one with you to help you choose a major.

You can also take OU's My Majors assessment. This assessment will get to know your interests, strengths and passions, and will provide you with a list of best-fit majors to choose from at OU.

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Explore Our Colleges

See what makes each academic college great with our academic top five lists, or explore the colleges and the programs they house by selecting one below. 

University College

University College focuses on the success of first-year students through academic advising and support. All incoming freshmen are advised through University College, regardless of their academic program, to ensure students are transitioning into college well. All incoming freshmen will meet one-on-one with their advisor prior to starting their first semester.

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