The University of Tulsa College of Engineering and Natural Sciences has been recognized by Colleges of Distinction, a national college guide that endorses schools with holistic professional education. The organization evaluates institutions based on ability to provide a high-quality student experience and thorough liberal arts education.
TU has been honored for its expert blending of the liberal arts with professional programming in engineering. Students in mechanical, petroleum and chemical engineering as well as chemistry, physics, engineering physics, computer science, biology, geosciences, and electrical and computer engineering not only become technological entrepreneurs, but also apply their knowledge in the most creative ways.
The College of Engineering and Natural Sciences was designated by Colleges of Distinction after a comprehensive vetting process that selected schools on qualities such as accreditation, breadth of program and a track record for success. The college includes 10 departments, 20 undergraduate programs and 16 graduate degrees. Students are exposed to coursework rooted in their specific engineering discipline while conducting undergraduate research and participating in meaningful, community-focused projects.
For more information about the distinguished award, visit collegesofdistinction.com.