The University of Oklahoma is a large public university located in Norman, a town just south of Oklahoma City. It was founded in 1890 and has grown to have over 30,000 students enrolled. The school is known for its great journalism school, which has produced many famous alumni including William Allen White, who won the Pulitzer Prize; Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of Watergate fame; and Terry Bradshaw, who is most famous for being an NFL quarterback .
The best majors include Biology (Bachelor's), Business Administration (Bachelor's), Communication Studies (Bachelor's) and Journalism (Master's). If you are interested in pursuing a doctorate at OU it would be best if you went into Biomedical Engineering or Neuroscience because these fields offer the greatest job security after graduation according to Forbes Magazine . However if those options do not appeal to you then there are plenty other schools nearby where your degree will translate into high paying jobs such as Norman High School which offers Advanced Placement courses up through Calculus.
The campus itself is spread across 1,200 acres which include libraries, recreational facilities and residential halls where most students live during their studies at OU (though there are off-campus apartments available too). The school has an especially good reputation for its science departments - it's ranked number six nationally by US News & World Report for Research Universities!
There are also plenty of community colleges nearby including the Oklahoma City Community College District which offers an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science with a focus on Engineering and Technology. So if you are interested in pursuing a career as an engineer or scientist then OU is definitely the place for you!