In addition to great real-world knowledge I could take back to work the next day and use, the OSU MBA program was grounded in practical application. I wanted knowledge I could use to make my company better and that’s what I got at OSU-Tulsa.
- Sean Kouplen, MBA '02, Chairman and CEO, Regent Bank
An OSU MBA prepares you for leadership positions in variety of industries, from equities to manufacturing to energy and everything in between. Students develop the analytical business skills necessary to analyze complicated problems and learn to think critically about real world business challenges. Graduates understand workplace dynamics and personalities and utilize these skills to maximize professional opportunities.
Part of the Spears School of Business, the OSU MBA program offers a strong, broad-based, professional core designed to develop your managerial competence and improve decision-making, communication and leadership skills.
By pursuing an MBA at OSU-Tulsa, students have access to the many economic and business resources available in a metropolitan area. Our internationally recognized MBA faculty work with students to help connect with other business professionals and receive the most from the program to meet personal and career goals.
The OSU MBA Program offers part- and full-time options on the Tulsa campus. Students may tailor a plan of study to fit their schedule with convenient evening courses to fit around work and family schedules.
The part-time OSU MBA Program is designed for individuals with complex work and family schedules. The program is self-paced, enabling students to take a limited number of credit hours each semester. Part-time students take an average of three to five years to complete the program. All classes for the part-time program can be taken at OSU-Tulsa.
The 45-credit-hour program contains 33 hours of core courses and 12 hours of electives. Full-time students generally complete the program in two years. Almost all of the core classes and all electives can be taken at OSU-Tulsa. A one-hour professional development seminar required each semester meets several times each month and is taken on the Stillwater campus.
Concentrations are available in a variety of business disciplines; however, students may opt to create a general MBA based on their selection of electives.
More than $250 million in scholarships, grants and low-interest loans are awarded to OSU students each year. Whether you’re planning to attend as a part-time or full-time student, OSU-Tulsa's financial aid counselors can help you determine the types of aid available based on your individual situation.
Options available include:
Contact the OSU-Tulsa Graduate Student Services Center at 918-594-8445 for assistance with your application or for answers to any questions. Application deadlines are April 15 or July 1 for the fall semester and Nov. 1 for the spring semester.
You can start taking classes toward your MBA even if you haven't been fully admitted to the program. Request more information today to learn how.