Tuesday, May 08, 2007

TKKClub - MBA Academics, OSU


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


Students may choose between a general MBA or one that includes a more in-depth specialization. The general MBA degree includes studies in functional areas of business such as marketing, finance, or management. In-depth specializations are available for students in the fulltime program only, and they may select from accounting, risk management, information assurance and network security, information systems, telecommunications management, and economics. Specializations are not available in the Distance Learning format.

Visit the appropriate Spears School of Business department for more information about its curriculum.

Elective classes are shared with the School of International Studies to enable MBA students to receive a certificate of international studies.

MBA Professional Development Seminars:

Professional Development seminars are included in the full-time curriculum to increase the level of interaction between students and business professionals. These seminars are designed to enhance students' 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.

Study Abroad:

MBA students have opportunities to examine global business in person. The program includes trips to London, Toronto, France, Italy, Mexico and China.


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 (computer based score 230) being required for admission. There are no formal prerequisite courses to the program; however, a sound background in calculus and quantitative skills is beneficial. For more information on the TOEFL, visit the official site at

Outstanding MBA Faculty Awards:

The faculty in the Spears School of Business, with varied academic, governmental, corporate and consulting backgrounds, bring real-world experience to the classroom.





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