Henry Kendall College of Arts & Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences provides its students with a broad foundation of study in the fine and performing arts, humanities, and social sciences. And the college offers more than 25 major areas of study in disciplines as diverse as the fine arts, communication, computer science, languages, and psychology.
You will gain a solid foundation by participating in the college's nationally recognized Tulsa Curriculum, which will engage you in significant books and ideas of Western and other cultures, and -- by emphasizing critical thinking and clear writing -- enable you to analyze what you study and to communicate your own ideas more effectively.
College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
The curriculum in the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences at The University of Tulsa encourages the development of problem-solving skills that require imagination and ingenuity.
A distinguishing characteristic of the academic program in our college is the small student-teacher ratio of thirteen-to-one. This ensures that all classes are offered as needed and are taught by faculty, not by graduate students. Individual student instructional needs are recognized and addressed, and meaningful research participation with professors becomes an integral component of the overall learning experience.
Collins College of Business
Collins College of Business focuses on flexible programs, which meet the needs of its students, while providing graduates who meet the needs of the business and health care communities.
To provide its students with an environment that encourages personal success, the college strives to maintain low student-to-faculty ratios in its classes and of course, classes taught by full-time college faculty. The college has put a greater emphasis on faculty advising, so guidance begins right at the freshman level and continues as the student progresses.
The University of Tulsa is Oklahoma's oldest private university and one of the premier academic institutions in the Southwest. TU's Graduate School offers programs in more than 25 disciplines to 750 graduate students. Tuition for the 2008-2009 academic year is $856 per credit hour for new graduate students and $817 per credit hour for continuing graduate students.
College of Law
The University of Tulsa College of Law values its position within an excellent, private, doctoral-degree-granting university, and its partnerships with the community, the bench and bar, tribal nations and foreign institutions.
The University of Tulsa College of Law prepares students from diverse backgrounds to excel in the legal profession through an intellectually rigorous program that promotes these core values: excellence in scholarship, dedication to free inquiry, integrity of character, professionalism, and commitment to humanity.