The Oxley College of Health Sciences comprises the School of Nursing, Department of Kinesiology and Rehabilitative Sciences, and Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. The Oxley Health 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 Oxley College of Health 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.
Meet student Alex Button
At TU, I had the opportunity to sit with my professors in person, practice my skills in the Lawson Family Nursing Simulation Center and Skills Lab and get excellent experience in my TU-arranged clinical rotations.
Alex Button, DNP '19
The Oxley College of Health Sciences encourages students to take their classroom knowledge and utilize it in clinical experience, research, and community service opportunities.
Meet student Ashley Hughes
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, BS Exercise and Sports Science
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