Welcome to the School of Urban Education
We offer degrees leading to careers in teaching from kindergarten through high school, as well as several research-based Master's programs. We are nationally accredited, and offer exciting opportunities to learn while observing and working in schools in the Tulsa area.
We are a small but vibrant school housed in the Henry Kendall College of Arts and Sciences, allowing us to participate in the rich environment of the liberal arts and sciences. Our students engage in serious study of the theory and practice of education, see teaching as both art and science.
In our Teacher Education Program, we seek to develop graduates that, as professional educators:
- are experts in their subject areas;
- know how to teach; and
- act as public intellectuals.
The School of Urban Education is nationally accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council in art, biology, chemistry, deaf education, elementary education, English, exercise and sports science (physical education, health, and safety), French, German, geosciences, history (social studies), mathematics, music education (instrumental and vocal), physics, political science (social studies), Spanish, Russian, and theatre (speech and drama). The School is also state accredited by the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation in deaf education, elementary education, exercise and sports science, and instrumental and vocal music education.
Full Title II 2010