The University of Tulsa announced today the reinstatement of a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy and religion. Current and prospective students can enter this academic program beginning in fall 2023.
“Philosophy is the foundational program of any university. I am proud to reinstate the program at TU, where we will rebuild philosophy into a distinctive area of excellence,” said Brad Carson, president of The University of Tulsa.
“I have heard people say that philosophical training is needed now more than ever. Perhaps, but I think that philosophical training is needed at all times and in every place,” continued Carson. “I’m eager to see it thrive at TU, and I’m eager for TU to be the kind of university where the eternal values of intellectual life are nourished.”
In addition to philosophy and religion, The University of Tulsa will reinstate a Bachelor of Music in music, Ph.D. in chemistry, Ph.D. in physics, and Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law (MJIL), beginning in fall 2023.
About The University of Tulsa
The University of Tulsa is a top-50 private, doctoral degree-granting, accredited, coeducational institution located in Tulsa, Okla. With more than 4,000 undergraduate, graduate and law students from around the globe, TU offers an inclusive world-class education. Research opportunities start the moment students step on campus. Innovation and entrepreneurship are emphasized in equal measure with foundational coursework and critical-thinking exercises. TU students, faculty and alumni solve problems, lead by example and make history. Their unique experiences create fulfilling careers and treasured memories. Through collaboration and determination, the TU community serves others, generates prosperity and cultivates justice. For more information, visit utulsa.edu.