Pursue your passion in one of the University of Oklahoma’s more than 260 master’s and doctoral-level majors. Build your reputation and expand your boundaries at a university focused on holistic education. Our positive and engaged community prepares students to succeed. We advocate for you and your future, celebrate your innovations, and provide the one-on-one attention you deserve.
The OU Graduate College ensures academic quality and consistency, ensuring you receive the support you deserve to pursue your passion. From coaching and mentoring to policy and academic practices, the Graduate College supports and celebrates you. Are you ready to enhance your future opportunities?
Meet Boushra, a Ph.D. candidate from Lebanon who came to OU for something more. Boushra found a sense of community within the Stephenson Biomedical Engineering Department. Her determination, hard work, and departmental support have allowed Boushra to research regenerative knee cartilage and raise her son.
To delve deeper into Boushra's inspiring journey, we invite you to watch our Graduate Student Spotlight video.
"The goal of the OU Graduate College is to guide, support, and enhance the educational experience of every graduate student at the university. We value all scholars within the university and want your experience to affect you and your community in the best possible way."
Dean of the OU Graduate College
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December 15, 2023
The University of Oklahoma climbed one spot, from No. 72 to No. 71, in the nation for overall research expenditures, according to the recently published Higher Education Research and Development survey from the National Science Foundation. OU remains No. 1 in the country for the fourth year in a row for atmospheric science and meteorology and among the top 8% of research universities in the nation for the second year.
Graduate Student Creates Lesson for PBS Film
Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education doctoral student Amelia Cook was selected to create a science lesson to be shared in the Ken Burns in the Classroom collection by PBS in conjunction with Burns’ film <i>The American Buffalo</i>.
Sogol Salary and Her Graduate Student Experience at OU
Born and raised in Iran, Salary studied in her home country, where she earned her license to practice architecture. At age 28, however, everything changed. Sogol began to feel a fervent desire to improve her life, study English, and relocate to the United States for a doctoral program.