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Master of Business Administration

The OSU Master of Business Administration (MBA) offers a creatively unique culture that mirrors the corporate world’s collaborative environment while offering soft skill development that will set an OSU MBA graduate apart from the competition in the job market. According to post-graduation data gathered on nearly 90 percent of the 308 students who graduated with an MBA in 2017, 98.4 percent had employment, job offers or other plans within 3 months of graduation.

Curriculum

The MBA is a 33- to 36-hour program that can be completed in as few as 12 months. MBA students can pursue specializations in career concentrations and may complete concentration coursework as electives for the MBA degree. Core courses include management and organizational theory, corporate and business strategy, project management, descriptive analytics, ethics, financial reporting, business finance, marketing management, and prescriptive analytics.
 

Research and Faculty

MBA students have the opportunity to participate in the annual Big 12 Case Competition, taking what they’ve learned in the classroom and applying it to real-world settings by analyzing, researching and generating business solutions in a competitive setting.

 

Admissions

Applicants must have a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university and submit transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. Requires a competitive GMAT or GRE test score. Limited GMAT waivers available - inquire for more information. Requires three professional letters of recommendation and a statement of purpose. All persons for whom English is a second language are required to present proof of English competency. Online MBA application deadlines: Nov. 1 to begin classes the following spring. April 15 deadline for priority application for the fall. Final application deadline is June 1.

 

GMAT Information

GRE Information

Cost & Assistance

Cost for each program will vary depending on credit-hours taken, scholarship funding, assistantships and financial aid. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to calculate eligibility for aid.

 

Assistantships vary by department. Please contact the program coordinator for information on assistantships and funding opportunities.

 

Cost

Scholarships

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