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The University of Oklahoma

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Tyler Tidwell

on 14 October 2013

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Transcript of The University of Oklahoma

Degree requirements are linked to an academic year, which begins with the summer term and ends with the subsequent spring semester.
You can get a degree in engineering.
Its somewhere in Norman
Move to Norman because they have a great educational status.
Traditions & History
The first official colors were crimson and corn
You can study the sciences of different things, like medicine, diseases, and more.
Football is the most sport watched at OU.
They have had five Heisman Trophy winners.
Football is the most watched sport at OU.
Welcome to Oklahoma University
Legend says if a student looks at the west side of the clock tower from the Bizzel Memorial , he or she will graduate on time.
Study aviation and help planes land.
OU inspires champions today and prepares leaders for tomorrow by enabling its student-athletics to achieve their highest academic, athletic and personal aspirations.
Study business and become a lawyer or a judge.
Become a geologist and study the Earth and its people
Be a teacher and study how not to yell at kids or education.
Study architecture and build some buildings.
Study energy and make Earth a little greener
University of Oklahoma
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