Tuesday, May 08, 2007

TGM - MBA Overview, OSU

MBA Overview

The MBA Program at OSU is an intense and challenging beginning to a new career. Part of the Spears School of Business we offer a strong, broad-based, professional core designed to develop managerial competence-both academic and experiential-as well as to improve decision making, communication and leadership skills. Click here to learn more about the School.

Philosophy: The U.S economy has changed greatly in the past few years. We have witnessed the rise and fall of "" entities, the decline of telecommunication companies, uncertainty in the energy trading industry, the increase in the awareness of ethical business practices, just to name a few of the significant developments. As the stock market has declined, the job market has changed from a seller's to a buyer's market. As the economy shows signs of recovery, the job market should become more conducive for job seekers. The MBA Program at OSU is constantly examining ways we can give our students a competitive edge in the job market. We believe recent significant changes in our curriculum will help our graduates succeed in not just landing a job but in establishing their careers. To compete in today's business environment, MBA graduates must be not only capable and informed; they must also be creative and adaptable. Above all, MBA graduates must accept that education is a lifelong journey that continues well after graduate school.

  • Mission: The MBA Program at OSU is committed to teaching and advancing the art and science of management. Specifically, the MBA Program's mission is to develop professional managers capable of making unique contributions to their chosen organizations. To achieve this mission within an environment of constant change, it is essential for the program to include and integrate the knowledge from various academic disciplines.
  • Accredition: The MBA Program at OSU is accredited through AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). AACSB accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review. AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in management education .

  • Rankings: The MBA Program at OSU participates in several nationally recognized annual surveys, including U.S. News and World Report and Business Week.

  • Career Services for Graduate Students. MBA students have access to a full-time career professional to assist with the job search. Recent employers of MBA graduates include the following: Accenture • American Airlines • Bank of Oklahoma • Deloitte & Touche • Dynegy • Eli Lilly & Company • ExxonMobil • Halliburton • Hilti • IBM • KPMG • ConocoPhillips • Sprint • Williams.
  • Orientation: The MBA Program schedules a three-day orientation the week before the fall semester begins for all new fulltime students. Orientation is designed is acquaint our students with our program and give them an overview of the curriculum, complete class enrollments, and learn about all other aspects of the MBA program. Returning students, alumni, and faculty also participate and share their unique perspective on the MBA Program. Orientation offers fun and challenging exercises in teamwork and problem solving, along with numerous opportunities for interaction with faculty and fellow students. Popular past activities include going through a Challenge Course and a Personality Analysis seminar.
  • Outstanding Faculty Award: The faculty in the Spears School of Business, with varied academic, governmental, corporate and consulting backgrounds, bring real-world experience to the classroom.


  • Enrollment Options: Full-Time MBA | Part-Time MBA | Professional MBA | Distance Learning MBA | The Accelerated MBA-MSTM Dual Masters
  • Curriculum: The MBA curriculum is a blend of quantitative and behavioral classes designed to reflect today's integrated and global marketplace. While basic tools, theories and concepts are a constant, modifications as a result of feedback from the MBA Advisory Board, industry and alumni help keep the curriculum fresh, current and timely. A thesis is not required; however, students have the option to complete a research project during their last semester
  • Electives/Specializations: The MBA Program offers students specializations in e-commerce, information technology, telecommunications management or functional areas like accounting, finance, international business, management information systems, management and marketing. Please note that specializations are not available in the Distance Learning format. Visit the appropriate Spears School of Business department for more information about its curriculum.
  • MBA Professional Development Seminars are designed to enhance student's marketability and placement, as well as their understanding of current business trends and the application of the business skill sets through interactive lectures given by national and international corporate executives. Students also receive instruction in resume building, interviewing skills and other placement issues, as well as business communication, business ethics and etiquette, and other related areas.
  • Case Competitions: Presenting a project as part of a team is an important part of the MBA experience. Our students compete against fellow students in the MBA Program as well as have an opportunity to participate in a national Case Competition. MBA teams have won honors with their ability to analyze and present a course of action to solve complex business problems in annual two-day events.
  • Study Abroad: MBA students have opportunities to examine global business in person. The program includes trips to London, Toronto, France, Italy, Mexico and China.
  • World Leaders, CEOs and Media, Financial/Economic Specialists: MBA students have opportunities to attend conferences, symposiums and lecture series that bring in national and international specialists to address a variety of business-related topics. Faculty often invite corporate and government leaders to classrooms to share their views and insight.

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  • Prerequisites: Work experience is not required (except for the Part-Time MBA), but is preferred. A current GMAT score must be submitted to the MBA Program before admission will be granted. The TOEFL is also required for international applicants with a minimum score of 575 (for paper tests), 230 (for computer tests), or 89 (based on new Internet-based scoring scale enacted October 2006) being required for admission. There are no formal prerequisite courses to the program; however, a sound background in calculus and quantitative skills is beneficial.
  • GMAT: The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is a requirement for admission into the MBA Program at OSU for all applicants. MBA Program's GMAT Score Requirements.
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