2023-2024 Undergraduate Bulletin
2023-2024 Undergraduate Bulletin
The University of Tulsa
800 South Tucker Drive
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104-9700
Brad Carson, President
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Mission of the University
We are a student-centered research university that cultivates interconnected learning experiences to explore complex ideas and create new knowledge in a spirit of free inquiry. Guided by our commitment to diversity, equity, and service, we prepare individuals to make meaningful contributions to our campus, our community, and our world.
Institutional Learning Outcomes
- ILO 1: Demonstrate literacy through informed inquiry and application of knowledge in the sciences, humanities, and arts.
- ILO 2: Think critically by analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating information.
- ILO 3: Write and present clearly, practicing the skills of effective communication across the curriculum.
- ILO 4: Recognize ethical dilemmas and determine how best to respond to them.
- ILO 5: Apply knowledge and talents to identify and address real world problems in the local or global community.
The University of Tulsa Undergraduate Bulletin is published annually as a guide to curricula, course descriptions, costs, University policies, and other information. In keeping with established procedures, the University may change programs of study, academic requirements, faculty, curricula, course descriptions, costs, policies, the academic calendar, or other information without prior notice. The University reserves the right to correct factual errors whenever they are discovered. It is the student’s responsibility to stay abreast of current regulations, curricula, and the status of the specific program being pursued. Students are responsible for adherence to all University policies, regulations, and program requirements, including student conduct codes that apply to academic and extra-curricular activities. All University Bulletins are available on The University of Tulsa website.
Graduate programs are offered by all colleges and are described in the current Graduate Bulletin. Graduate programs in law are offered by the College of Law and are described in the current Law Bulletin.
The University of Tulsa is firmly committed to providing equal opportunity for all our community members, irrespective of a person’s background. In all its activities, the University condemns and prohibits in the strongest terms the adverse treatment of any member of the TU community motivated by a bias against, or hatred toward, individuals or groups based on their characteristics such as age, ancestry, color, creed, disability or handicap, gender identity, genetic information, marital or family status, national origin, political belief, pregnancy, pregnancy-related conditions, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status (hereinafter “protected status”).
Seeking to foster an environment where free expression and speech flourish, the University finds discrimination only in acts where a person is treated adversely based on their protected status. Such an act occurs when it has a substantial, unreasonable and materially negative impact on a person’s interaction with University programs, activities, opportunities or benefits. Mere minor or trivial actions or conduct, even those considered generally offensive and controversial, cannot be considered adverse treatment. The University is committed to the idea that this type of discomfort and exchange is critical to the educational experience. It is this participation in a strong and vibrant marketplace of ideas that makes TU a thought leader in our city, state, nation and global society.
The University’s full non-discrimination and harassment policy can be found here. Questions regarding implementation of this policy may be addressed to the University’s Equal Opportunity Officer, Kathleen Smith, 104 McClure Hall, 918-631-2321. Requests for accommodation of disabilities may be addressed to the University’s 504 Coordinator, Dr. Tawny Rigsby, 104 McClure Hall, 918-631-2315. To ensure availability of an interpreter, five to seven days’ notice is needed; 48 hours is recommended for all other accommodations.