Impacting the Community Together at OU-Tulsa
Learning That Touches Lives
With our interdisciplinary learning environment and more than 500 community collaborations, OU-Tulsa gives professors and students real-world opportunities to work together to impact lives — including their own. OU-Tulsa brings more than 30 degree programs, medical training and life-changing health care to our community.
OU-TU School of Community Medicine
The OU-TU School of Community Medicine focuses on improving the health and health care of the entire community through community-based medical education, nine residency programs and five fellowships.
The Schusterman Library supports OU-Tulsa's academic community with collaboration, study space and information experts
OU Physicians is one of northeast Oklahoma’s largest and best medical practice groups, conducting more than 250,000 patient visits a year.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the admissions requirements?
Admission to the Master of Urban Design program requires that applicants have a minimum 3.0 GPA. You will submit the online application at www.applyweb.com/ougrad. Supplemental materials include a sample of original creative work which may be a design portfolio, research work, professional project or academic paper, a one page letter of interest outlining the your academic interests and goals for the course of study, at least three letters of recommendation, and application fee. International students must submit TOEFL scores.
Do I need a specific bachelor’s degree to be eligible for the program?
No, the program admits students who come from a variety of educational and professional fields.
What are the application deadlines?
There is no application deadline for US residents. International students must apply by April 1 for entry in Fall, September 1 for Spring, and February 1 for Summer.
How many credit hours is the program?
The program consists of 32 credit hours of course work.
How long will it take to complete the program?
The program is designed to be completed in two years, with students taking six credit hours per semester. The schedule allows students to work full-time while in the program.