OU-Tulsa offers more than 30 undergraduate and graduate degrees spanning fields as diverse as social work, nursing, engineering, public health, urban design, human relations, and much more. Our world-class faculty teach internationally recognized programs designed to help our students find success and meet their career goals right here at OU-Tulsa.
Explore OU-Tulsa’s more than 30 degree programs below. In addition to advancing knowledge, your degree from OU is designed with one goal in mind: to help each student find a life of success, meaning, service, and positive community impact.
The OU-TU School of Community Medicine offers all four years of the doctor of medicine program and a 30-month physician assistant program on the OU-Tulsa campus, as well as eight residency programs and five fellowships. The SCM strives to provide students, residents, and fellows with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in healthcare focused on the community in which they live.
The University of Oklahoma Polytechnic Institute (OUPI) at OU-Tulsa is focused on high-demand, advanced and applied technology-based education. OUPI prepares graduates to transform industries in Oklahoma by offering innovative bachelor’s degree completion programs as well as masters and doctoral level programs in critical STEM fields. Classes are expected to begin in 2024.
The Schusterman Library is the home library for all students, staff, and faculty of Tulsa-based programs from both the Norman and OU Health Sciences Center. The Library is an active partner in accomplishing the educational, research, and community service goals of the University. We strive to connect members of the OU-Tulsa community to outstanding information services, collections, and technology.
The Early Childhood Education program prepares students to teach children through the third grade. Students at OU-Tulsa Campus will have a focus on working with very young children (birth to age 8) and their families, in a variety of settings.
Human Relations degrees prepare graduates for careers focusing on social change and the resolution of human relations problems. Students may focus on areas such as counseling, non-profits, volunteerism, women’s issues, race relations, and organizational studies.
This bachelor program focuses on current and emerging workforce needs in the information industry. The degree prepares graduates to be innovative information and technology leaders who can solve current and evolving information science problems.
Sonography is the profession that uses equipment that generates high frequency sound waves to produce images of the human body. The OUHSC sonography program at OU-Tulsa is accredited in both general and cardiac sonography.
The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Fran and Earl Ziegler College of Nursing seeks to educate professional nurses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, to advance nursing knowledge through research and creative activities.
The BASW at degree OU-Tulsa prepares students to be skilled social work practitioners who are committed to serving our community. The BASW at OU-Tulsa is a degree completion program; two years of study at another higher education institution or community college.
Exclusive to OU-Tulsa, the Master of Arts in Childhood Well-Being program will provide students insight and training in the areas of education, health, family and community, and economic well-being of children. A multidisciplinary view of holistic child well-being.
The Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, offered through the department of Human Relations, is a 60 hour program for students seeking the Licensed Professional Counseling (LPC) certification for the State of Oklahoma.
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies offers a masters in Educational Administration Curriculum and Supervision at OU-Tulsa which is designed to prepare students for administrative and other leadership positions in schools.
The MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering is a thesis option program which alllows students to pursue exciting research interests within the field of Electrical Engineering. Students will work both with groups and one on one with our faculty, studying the latest technology from the field.
The primary goal of the OU-TU School of Community Medicine’s physician assistant (PA) program is to educate quality primary care physician assistants to actively improve the healthcare of Oklahomans – particularly in underserved urban areas.
A Master of Arts in Human Relations from OU-Tulsa focuses on learning and applying culturally competent knowledge and skills to the complex array of contemporary challenges and opportunities facing people, organizations, and society today.
Library and Information Studies offers specialized tracks within traditional library settings and supports the development of skills, knowledge, and attitudes required in information agencies and in positions of information within profit and not-for-profit institutions.
OU Nursing advances health in Oklahoma and across the world by educating future leaders, engaging in scientific discovery, translating evidence into practice, and driving innovation. OU-Tulsa campus offers both a Master's in Nursing Administration and CNS.
A Master of Arts in Organizational Dynamics from OU-Tulsa links the latest management theory with applied work experience. More people focused than an MBA, the ODYN program at OU-Tulsa develops professionals who have the leadership and teamwork skills needed to manage people, projects, and processes.
The Master of Public Administration (MPA) is the preferred graduate degree for public officials, policy analysts, and nonprofit leaders. The OU-Tulsa campus offers MPA courses in night, weekend and online formats. Most students complete the degree within two years. Graduates gain knowledge of government institutions, actors, and processes.
The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program at OU-Tulsa provides students with the essential foundation for diverse career opportunities in both traditional and non-traditional public health settings. Earn your MPH at the state’s only College of Public Health accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.
The Master of Social Work degree program provides flexibility to meet the needs of all students from all walks of life. The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work at OU-Tulsa offers two MSW degree options. Students become critical thinkers and competent at practice infused by professional values and ethics.
OU’s Gibbs College of Architecture at OU-Tulsa offers the Master of Urban Design program and the Certificate of Design Entrepreneurship and Real Estate. The Urban Design curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for the independent professional practice of urban design and research for communities.
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies offers both an EdD and PhD in Educational Administration Curriculum and Supervision at OU-Tulsa. Both degree options promote critical inquiry that addresses important issues relating to teaching, learning, and leadership in education.
Student learn and apply advancements in computer and networking technology to the business of electrical and computer engineering. OU-Tulsa's ECE program offers courses using the most up-to-date technology to ensure students are ready to start a career after graduation.
Engineers turn ideas into reality. Engineers design products, build machinery, design and build factories to produce products, discover new materials, use new materials in product development, and connect the world via highways, bridges, tunnels, and the internet.
The Ph.D. program is designed to prepare faculty researchers and leaders serving young children (birth through age eight) and their families, in multiple settings.
The OU-TU School of Community Medicine offers all four years of the doctor of medicine program and a 30-month PA program on the OU-Tulsa Campus. OU-TU SCM is an integrated track within the OU College of Medicine.
Our doctoral program in Nursing is designed to provide nurse scientists with skills and knowledge for interdisciplinary, translational, community-based inquire in advancing science and improving health in vulnerable populations.
The doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy offers additional courses and an experiential component focusing on advanced clinical practice, administration, leadership, program development, research, advocacy and education.
The primary emphasis of this program, unique to OU-Tulsa, is on understanding complex community problems at the individual and organizational level while developing research-based solutions.
Physical therapy is a dynamic health profession dedicated to the promotion of optimal health, prevention of disability, and the restoration and maintenance of physical activities that contribute to a successful life. Physical therapy services are provided in a variety of settings, including homes, schools, workplaces, outpatient clinics, and hospitals.
The Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth is a semester-long internship at OU-Tulsa connecting interdisciplinary students with businesses to develop real-world solutions to problems through technology commercialization and business creation.
The Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture organizes programs, seminars, and activities designed to stimulate interest in contemporary issues in our society and understanding of global cultures.
Learn about Community Medicine Research activities at OU-Tulsa School of Community Medicine, meet our investigators, and find proposal development resources. Partnership with universities and community organizations allow us to have a broad scope of research activity.
The Hope Research Center is linking OU-Tulsa’s research capabilities with area nonprofit groups to help those organizations better serve their clients and our community. This hope centered research is focused on evaluating and improving program services to achieve client outcomes.
The Early Childhood Education Institute (ECEI) at OU-Tulsa is an applied research institute with multiple ongoing projects designed to advance and support equity in early childhood programming and policies by generating and disseminating high-quality, meaningful research.
The East Asia Institute connects forward-thinking students, educators to East Asian cultures through interactive language and culture programs, engaging professional development, and cross-cultural exchanges that provide opportunities to pursue careers around the globe.
The Tulsa branch of the Harold Hamm Oklahoma Diabetes Center treats pediatric Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. The Diabetes Team at the Center care for the patients throughout childhood and provides education and time with physicians to adjust medications and treatment the disease.
Haruv USA at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa bring together the unique expertise and international leadership of the Haruv Institute paired with the research-based educational knowledge and expertise of OU-Tulsa, Social Work. Professionals acquire new skills and practice professional interventions.
The Integrative Immunology Center facilitates interdisciplinary research in community medicine focused on understanding the long-term effects stress and deliver educational support and expertise in the field of immunology to the Tulsa community.
The National Resource Center for Youth Services at the University of Oklahoma OUTREACH has been resourcing the youth services community for more than twenty-five years, providing training and technical assistance to programs in Oklahoma and nationally.
The CPDM is the overarching organization responsible for OUDEM’s prehospital and out-of-hospital realms. The CPMD institute was created in 2009 and plays a vital and growing role in facilitating out-of-hospital and mass casualty medicine across the state.
The Leadership and Policy Center for Thriving Schools and Communities at the University of Oklahoma seeks to provide relevant and effective school leadership development programs of the highest quality to meet the needs of our constituents in the Tulsa area.
The OU-Tulsa Simulation Center provides safe simulated experiences for all of OU Tulsa’s diverse programs, including medicine, PA, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing, social work, and education.
The Urban Design Studio at OU-Tulsa trains urban design professionals, advancing understanding of the city through research and creative activity, and engaging in community projects.