Graduate Studies at OSU-Tulsa
OSU-Tulsa offers master's and doctoral degrees and graduate certificates to help Tulsa-area students looking to advance in their careers earn an OSU graduate credential. OSU-Tulsa graduate students are OSU students and receive an OSU degree upon graduation. They work with OSU faculty conducting research in areas such as engineering, education, human sciences and business.
Classes for Working Students
OSU-Tulsa offers late afternoon, evening and some weekend and online courses to help you achieve your graduate degree. You can plan school around your work.
A nationally accredited comprehensive university, OSU has more than 100 years of providing academic excellence. OSU-Tulsa brings OSU's land grant mission of education, research and outreach to downtown Tulsa.
Students receive an excellent education at affordable rates. OSU is consistently ranked one of the best values in the Big 12.
- Wireless access and computer labs
- Library offering research assistance and access to popular databases
- Wellness Center
- Career Services
- Disability Services
- Minority Support Services
- Student Organizations
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- BOB - The OSU Shuttle providing transportation between OSU-Tulsa and OSU Stillwater
- Tutoring Services
- Testing Center
- Counseling Services
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Graduate Student Checklist
- Request information about your program(s) of interest to learn about admission and academic requirements
- Determine the deadline for applying to the program
- Obtain admission requirements and list of required documents that will need to be submitted for admission
- Apply for financial aid and scholarships
- Submit Graduate Admission Application and application fee
- Upload transcripts from each institution previously attended.
- Upload other documents required for admission by your specific program
- Participate in interviews (if required for your program)
- Wait for official notification of admission to your degree program
- Upon being admitted, consult with your program coordinator or assigned faculty advisor about course enrollment for your first semester