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The University of Oklahoma

Oklahoma - United States

Overview

Created by the Oklahoma Territorial Legislature in 1890, the University of Oklahoma is a doctoral degree-granting research university serving the educational, cultural, economic and health-care needs of the state, region and nation.
 
By 1895, there were four faculty members, three men and one woman, and 100 students enrolled. Today there are more than 30,000 students at the University. 

<span style="&quot;line-height:" 1.6em;"="">OU is home to world-class scholars, innovative students, and a breathtaking campus. Visit our world-renowned art collection in the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art or gaze at the 26 foot tall Apatosaurus at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History. With an abundance of arts, culture, athletics, and other entertainment at OU, you'll never run out of things to do!


Faculties

NORMAN CAMPUS

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE

Division of Architecture

Division of Construction Science

Division of Interior Design

Division of Landscape Architecture

Division of Regional and City Planning

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Advanced Center for Genome Technology

African and African-American Studies Program

Department of Anthropology

Center of Applied Research for Non-Profit Organizations

Department of Biology

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Department of Classics & Letters

Department of Communication

Confucius Institute

Department of Economics

Department of English

Film and Media Studies Program

Department of Health and Exercise Science

Department of History

Department of History of Science

Department of Human Relations

Interdisciplinary International Relations Program

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Environment Program

School of Library and Information Studies

Department of Mathematics

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics

Native American Studies Program

Oklahoma Archeological Survey

Oklahoma Biological Survey

Department of Philosophy

Homer L. Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy

Political Communication Center

Department of Political Science

Department of Psychology

Religious Studies Program

Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work

Department of Sociology

Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture

University of Oklahoma Biological Station

Women’s and Gender Studies Program

COLLEGE OF ATMOSPHERIC & GEOGRAPHIC SCIENCES

Department of Geography

School of Meteorology

MICHAEL F. PRICE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

School of Accounting

Division of Finance

Division of Management

Management Information Systems

Division of Marketing

MEWBOURNE COLLEGE OF EARTH AND ENERGY

Mewbourne School of Petroleum & Geological Engineering

ConocoPhillips School of Geology and Geophysics

JEANNINE RAINBOLT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Department of Educational Psychology

Department of Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering

School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science

School of Computer Science

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Department of Engineering

Department of Engineering Physics

School of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Bioengineering Program

WEITZENHOFFER FAMILY COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

School of Art

School of Dance

School of Drama

School of Music

Department of Musical Theatre

COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH

Department of Allied Health Sciences

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences

Department of Nutritional Sciences

Department of Rehabilitation Sciences

COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY

Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene

Doctor of Dental Surgery Program

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Physician Associate Program

Doctor of Medicine Program

COLLEGE OF NURSING

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Career Ladder Program

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Doctor of Pharmacy

GRADUATE COLLEGE

COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology

Department of Health Administration and Policy

Department of Health Promotion Sciences

Department of Occupational and Environmental Health


English Requirements

- 79 on the Internet-based TOEFL. Consistency across subsections will be considered for English proficiency. For example, for the TOEFL IBT, generally, a minimum score of 20 is expected in each section of Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing. Scores over two years old by the beginning of the term you wish to enter are not acceptable unless you have been attending school in the U.S. since the test date.

 - 6.5 on the IELTS. Consistency across subsections will be considered for English proficiency. Scores over two years old by the beginning of the term you wish to enter are not acceptable unless you have been attending school in the U.S. since the test date.


Scholarships

Cleo Cross Scholarship
Ten to fifteen need-based scholarships are available for students who have attended OU all of the previous year as a full time student and are currently enrolled full time.

Greenberg Scholarship
Thanks to Scandinavia, Inc. of New York offers scholarships to students from Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

Paul and Rose Sharp Scholarship
This is a scholarship established by former OU President and his wife, Dr. Paul Sharp and Mrs. Rose Sharp, to recognize outstanding international students based on academic excellence and service to the University community. This scholarship is given to one student each spring term. Finalists may be interviewed.

Sue Williams Service Award and Scholarship
The Sue Williams Service Award is a service-based scholarship and is awarded to the student who demonstrates service to the community and dedication to intercultural understanding through Friends to International Students (FIS).

Yoshi & Koko Sasaki Scholarship
A $500 scholarship for each of two recipients established by Dr. and Mrs. Sasaki. The purpose of this scholarship is to recognize Japanese students with outstanding academic achievement and those who are involved in inter-cultural activities that benefit the University and the City of Norman.

Other Scholarship Opportunities for International Students

Sooner Heritage Scholarship

International Leadership Class scholarship (student application)

International Leadership Class scholarship (advisor application)

International Advisory Committee (IAC) International Student Emergency Relief Scholarship

 

Tution Fee

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS LIVING IN UNIVERSITY HOUSING
(U.S. CITIZEN & PERMANENT RESIDENT)

2014-2015 Expenses
Resident Cost
Non-resident Cost
Tuition/Fees* - 30 credit hours
$9,275.00
$22,049.00
Room & Board
$9,126.00
$9,126.00
Books
$720.00
$720.00
Total
$19,121.00
$31,895.00

GRADUATE STUDENTS LIVING OFF-CAMPUS
(U.S. CITIZEN & PERMANENT RESIDENT)

2014-2015 Expenses
Resident Cost
Non-resident Cost
Tuition/Fees - 18 credit hours
$6,541
$15,973
Room & Board 
$10,791
$10,791
Books
$396
$396
Total
$17,728
$27,160

LAW STUDENTS LIVING OFF-CAMPUS
(U.S. CITIZEN & PERMANENT RESIDENT)

2014-2015 Expenses Resident Cost Non-Resident Cost
Tuition/Fees* - 30 credit hours $14,190 $29,579
Room & Board  $10,791 $10,791
Books & Supplies $1,140 $1,140
Total $25,702 $41,091

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 2014-15 ESTIMATED COST

Graduate Majors  Tuition & fees  Total**
Architecture (24HRS) $22,425 $35,645
Landscape Architecture, Regional and City Planning (30HRS) $31,000 $44,220
Construction Mgt, Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences, Earth & Energy, Engineering, Computer Science  (18HRS) $16,980 $30,200
Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, International Studies, Fine Arts (18HRS) $16.670 $29,990
Master of Business Adminstration (33HRS) $33,390 $46,610
Master of Accountancy (18HRS) $18,405 $31,630
Journalism (18HRS) $17,355 $30,580
Art (major code M060) (30HRS) $27,710 $40,930
Energy Executive MBA $77,400 $77,400
Law (31HRS) $31,760 $45,730
LLM (24HRS) $34,460 $48,425
Master of Legal Studies (18HRS) $18,510 $32,475
Undergraduate Majors (based on 30HRS) Tuition & fees  Total** 
Architecture, Petroleum Engineering, Engineering, Computer Science, Art and Art History $23,665 $39,250
Arts & Sciences, International Studies $23,035 $36,580
Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences, Business, Earth & Energy $23,575 $37,120
Education, Fine Arts $23,340 $36,940
Journalism $24,295 $37,840
Aviation $34,300 $47,850
Living Expenses
Room & Board  $9,126
Books and Supplies  
   Undergraduate $720
   Graduate $396
   Law $1,140
Medical Insurance $1,155
Miscellaneous Expenses $2,500
Laptop computer (one-time estimated cost for students in undergrad Art, Architecture, Engineering, Computer Science & Petroleum Engineering) $2,000
Additional Expenses for Dependents
Spouse $4,000
Children per child $2,700