University of Oklahoma

Established in 1890, the University of Oklahoma is a coeducational public university in Norman, Oklahoma. With about 29,931 faculty members, the university offers 152 baccalaureate programs, 75 doctorate programs, 160 master’s programs and 20 majors at the first professional level.

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How much is the University of Oklahoma tuition?

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Costs vary for each student based on residency, hours taken and field of study. The average cost of attendance, an estimate of educational expenses for the academic year, for 2010-11 was $16,210 for an Oklahoma resident. For the most up-to-date information, visit

Note: This is simply an estimate, and actual costs will vary.

What range of SAT scores do you need to get into University of Oklahoma?

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The minimum ACT score to get into the University of Oklahoma is a 24. However, if you don't have a 24 you can get into this University by having a 3.0 and rank in the top 30 percent of your class. If you don't have either of these, you can be wait listed and still might be able to get into the university.

How many times has the University of Oklahoma played in the national title game?

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As of the start of the 2007 season, Oklahoma has won 5 Big 12 South Division championships and 4 overall Big 12 championships. Prior to the formation of the Big 12, Oklahoma played in the Big Eight Conference. Oklahoma won, or shared in winning, 32 Big Eight conference titles.

How many times did USC go to the Rose Bowl?

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USC plays in the Rose Bowl every other season when the Trojans play the UCLA Bruins and UCLA is scheduled as the home team.

UCLA uses the Rose Bowl as its home stadium.

USC last played in the Rose Bowl Game on January 1, 2009 when the Trojans defeated Penn State, 38-24.

It is important to note that the "Rose Bowl" is the stadium and the "Rose Bowl Game" is the college football bowl game played at the Rose Bowl on either January 1 or 2 of each year.

How many times did the Oklahoma Sooners win the Rose Bowl?

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The Oklahoma Sooners won the Rose Bowl one time. They won the 2002 Rose Bowl, played on January 1, 2003, by defeating the Washington State Cougars 34-14.

What Oklahoma university players have played for the dallas cowboys?

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According to ESPN there are 37. Here is the list.

Erik Ainge Quarterback New York Jets

Jason Allen Safety Miami Dolphins

Rashad Baker Safety Oakland Raiders

Kevin Burnett Linebacker Dallas Cowboys

Chad Clifton Offensive Tackle Green Bay Packers

Dustin Colquitt Punter Kansas City Chiefs

Brad Cottam Tight End Kansas City Chiefs

Shaun Ellis Defensive End New York Jets

Aubrayo Franklin Defensive Tackle San Francisco 49ers

Omar Gaither Linebacker Philadelphia Eagles

Deon Grant Safety Seattle Seahawks

Jabari Greer Cornerback Buffalo Bills

Chris Hannon Wide Receiver San Francisco 49ers

Parys Haralson Linebacker San Francisco 49ers

Justin Harrell Defensive Tackle Green Bay Packers

Albert Haynesworth Defensive Tackle Tennessee Titans

John Henderson Defensive Tackle Jacksonville Jaguars

Anthony Herrera Guard Minnesota Vikings

Mark Jones Wide Receiver Carolina Panthers

Jamal Lewis Running Back Cleveland Browns

Leonard Little Defensive End St. Louis Rams

Peyton Manning Quarterback Indianapolis Colts

David Martin Tight End Miami Dolphins

Jerod Mayo Linebacker New England Patriots

Turk McBride Defensive End Kansas City Chiefs

Bryan McCann Linebacker Miami Dolphins

Tony McDaniel Defensive Tackle Jacksonville Jaguars

Robert Meachem Wide Receiver New Orleans Saints

Marvin Mitchell Linebacker New Orleans Saints

Arron Sears Defensive Tackle Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Donte Stallworth Wide Receiver Cleveland Browns

Jonathan Wade Cornerback St. Louis Rams

Darwin Walker Defensive Tackle Carolina Panthers

Kelley Washington Wide Receiver New England Patriots

Scott Wells Center Green Bay Packers

Gibril Wilson Safety Oakland Raiders

Jason Witten Tight End Dallas Cowboys

Eric Young Offensive Tackle Cleveland Browns

What is the biggest point spread in Oklahoma Football history?

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In 1916, Georgia Tech defeated Cumberland College by the score of 222-0.

What is the current student population at the university of Oklahoma?

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As of 12/8/200, OU enrolls more than 30,000 students, has more than 2,300 full-time faculty members, and has 20 colleges offering 158 majors at the baccalaureate level, 167 majors at the master’s level, 81 majors at the doctoral level, 26 majors at the doctoral professional level, and 24 graduate certificates. For more go to University of Oklahoma Public Affairs web:

How many national championships have the Oklahoma Sooners won all-time?

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The Cowboys have 509 wins, 518 losses, and 48 ties from their first game in 1901 through their final game of 2009. They lost their first game by a score of 12 to nothing against Kingfisher College, so although they haven't broke .500 yet, they are improving. There is no official report concerning whether T. Boone Pickens attended the first game.

How did the sooners get their name?

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The name refers to the early land rushes that opened the Oklahoma Indian Territory up to non-native owners.

There were seven land rushes from 1889 to 1895. The movie "Far and Away" depicts a land rush.

The name itself comes from the "sooner clause" of the Indian Appropriations Act which basically said that a person who entered and occupied the land sooner than the government-assigned start time to the rush would be denied the claim to the land. The term "Sooners" describes those who cheated, and possessed the land early, usually camping out in a low lying area near the claim stake in order to claim the land as soon as the start time passed.

"Boomers" is a related term that refers to white settlers that had illegally occupied Unassigned Land prior to a land rush in the mistaken belief that they were unincorporated public lands open to any claim of settlement under the 1862 Homestead Act.

Ironically, the phrase "Boomer Sooner" is a modern phrase that originally meant an illegal, land-stealing cheat.

This is not a improved answer but here.....originally called "moonshiners" Sooners was the name given to the settlers in the Midwest. They decided to adopt the nickname because of the location of OU in the Midwest.

Is eastwick college a good school?

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The one in Paramus, NJ - It's not a horrible school, but potential employers will probably hire employees from a better (adequate) school.

Why is the University Of Oklahoma name Golden Hurricanes?

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The University of Oklahoma is not the Golden Hurricanes... that is the University of Tulsa (TU), which is in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The University of Oklahoma (OU) athletes are called the Sooners.

What is management thought?

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It's the coordination of systematic activities to achieve the overall objective of the company. It includes planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling.

Definition of human relations?

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Relations with or between people, particularly the treatment of people in a professional context.

What NFL players were born in texas?

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Some of the more known NFL players born in Texas are;

Joesph Addai, Cedric Benson, Raymond Barry, Drew Brees, Dick ''Night Train" Lain,

Y.A. Tittle, Eric Dickerson, Thurman Thomas, Michael Strahan, Tim Brown, Donald Driver, Jermichael Finley, Kevin Klob, Sammy Morris, Charlie Peprah, Cory Redding, Brain Robinson, Aaron Ross, Josh Scobee, Roy williams, and Vince Young

What is the win-loss record between the University of Texas and the University of Oklahoma?

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As of the 2008 season, Texas leads the all time series against Oklahoma 57-40-5.

When was Oklahoma founded?

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oklahoma was admissioned to the union in 1907.

When did the classical school of management thought emerge?

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The classical school of management thought emerged in the late 1800s and early 1900s as a result of the Industrial Revolution