MBA for the Real World
Theories are fine for the classroom, but we know what you’re looking for: the knowledge that will help you when you’re “out there,” getting your hands dirty and solving problems.
Whether Onsite or Online, the OC MBA is On Target.
Master your earning potential. Come see what a difference a year makes.
Start moving up with an accelerated program that is tailored to fit the busy lives of working adults. By attending classes one or two nights a week, in class or online, students will be able to earn their graduate degrees while balancing busy work schedules, families, and other activities. Highly motivated students can complete the program in 12-16 months. Students who prefer to take only one class per week can earn their Master of Business Administration in two years.
The strength of the curriculum is its emphasis on ethics, practical knowledge, and real-world application. Courses in communication, economics, finance, global perspectives, leadership, management, marketing, organizational issues, and technology are taught by faculty members who bring a wealth of business experience and academic preparation to the classroom.
Come join us for an Information Session on Thursday May 9, 2013, at 6 p.m. on the campus of Oklahoma Christian University in the Harvey Business Center, Room 103.
Summer Term II: July 1, 2013
While a bachelor’s degree is a requirement for admission, an undergraduate degree in business is not a prerequisite. Students from all academic backgrounds are welcome in our program.
Prospective students should call the Graduate School of Business at 405-425-5562 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also apply online.
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Dr. Phillip Lewis studies, teaches and writes about ethics and leadership. He wrote the book Transformational Leadership published by Broadman and Holman, Nashville. He is active in the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, is a past officer in ASBSP, and is a member of the Christ . . .Read More