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Colleges & Departments

The OU Graduate College in Tulsa oversees graduate education for Norman-based programs offered on the Tulsa campus. These programs include Master's- and Doctoral-level degree programs as well as graduate certificate programs. Some programs are unique to the Tulsa campus while others correspond to programs that are also offered on the Norman campus. Below is a list of colleges and departments that offer graduate educational opportunities on the Tulsa campus. Click on the college name to see a list of degree programs offered in that specific college.

College of Architecture

The College of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma aspires to provide the world with leaders prepared to advance their professions, improve their communities, and contribute to a global society.

Architectural Urban Studies

College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences seeks to foster scholarly inquiry and the generation of knowledge to enhance the quality of life in society and to help students attain an understanding of the complex world in which we live.

Department of Human Relations
School of Library and Information Studies
Department of Political Science - Program in Public Administration
Department of Psychology - Program in Organizational Dynamics
Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work

Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

The mission of the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education is to promote inquiry and practices that foster democratic life and that are fundamental to the interrelated activities of teaching, research and practice in the multi-disciplinary field of education.

Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum

Gallogly College of Engineering

The Gallogly College of Engineering at OU is committed to recruiting and graduating students who will be among the most sought-after engineering graduates in the country. OU Engineering faculty and staff promote Oklahoma's economy through research, instruction and public service, and technology transfer.

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

College of Liberal Studies

Students pursuing degrees in the College of Liberal Studies fall under the OU-Norman graduate college. For more information, please visit www.ou.edu/cls.