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Oxley College of Health & Natural Sciences

TU’s Oxley College of Health & Natural Sciences comprises multiple disciplines, including Nursing; Kinesiology & Rehabilitative Sciences; Communication Sciences & Disorders; Biological Science; Chemistry & Biochemistry; Physics & Engineering Physics; and Geosciences. The Oxley Health & Natural Sciences’ facility in downtown Tulsa includes high-tech classrooms, a high-fidelity simulation center, a research lab, and labs for nursing, athletic training, and exercise and sports science. The main TU campus is home to state-of-the-art labs and a clinic that offers free speech and hearing services to Tulsa children.

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Mary K. Chapman Speech & Hearing Clinic

100% Job Placement

19,282 People Served

100% Certification & Licensure Pass Rate

59,940 Clinical Hours


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The Oxley College of Health & Natural Sciences prepares current and future health professionals to recognize and address complex problems across diverse populations, using inter-professional evidence-based approaches while advancing scientific knowledge and serving the health-related needs of the community.

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The Oxley College of Health & Natural Sciences offers programs that prepare students to be the next generation of health care providers. Programs offered include undergraduate- and graduate-level nursing, athletic training, exercise and sports science and speech-language pathology. Each program includes a significant amount of clinical experience enhancing knowledge gained in the classroom and skills labs to prepare students for positions in their field. The college also offers a certificate in Health Care Delivery Sciences for working professionals.

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The Oxley College of Health & Natural Sciences encourages students to take their classroom knowledge and utilize it in clinical experience, research, and community service opportunities.

I’ve always wanted to work with and help people because a desk job is just not for me. And, I really wanted to study abroad … something my TU advisor helped to make happen by offering me a tailored schedule.

Ashley Hughes B.S. Exercise and Sports Science