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Academics & Majors

Academic Excellence


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. 

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 below. 

My Majors Assessment

Not sure what to study or where to start? All freshmen are advised in University College regardless if they have declared a major or not. If a student is undecided, a Career Exploration Coach from University College will work one-on-one with them to help students find a major.

Take the OU's My Majors assessment. This assessment takes into account a student's interests, strengths, and passions and provides a list of best-fit majors to choose from at OU.


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OU Health Sciences

OU Health Sciences in Oklahoma City is one of the most comprehensive health institutions in the country, offering over 90 health-related programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral levels. If you are interested in a health care profession, you will start at the Norman campus and then move to OU Health Sciences after completing a certain number of credit hours and/or other requirements. 

Explore our Bachelor Programs below to learn more. For a full list of the 90+ health-related programs, including graduate and professional programs, explore OUHSC's website.

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 first year students will meet one-on-one with their advisor before starting their first semester at New Sooner Orientation Day.


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