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Full-time MBA program structure

The AACSB-accredited Oklahoma MBA is designed in a modular format with course sequencing that minimizes overlap and maximizes depth of content. Our dedicated world class faculty works with our students employing state-of-the-art technology to produce well polished managers with broad business perspectives.

The half semester, eight week (module) format allows students to begin elective course work prior to beginning a summer internship. This design provides our students with a huge advantage over other intern applicants and boosts their ability to outperform peers in a competitive internship environment.

Year One

Module 1Module 2IntersessionModule 3Module 4
   Mid August-    Mid OctoberMid October-Mid-DecemberEarly JanuaryMid January - Mid MarchMid March- Mid May
Quantitative Methods & Modeling IManagement Information SystemsGlobal Business ExperienceManagerial AccountingMarketing Mangement
Managerial EconomicsQuantitative Methods & Modeling IICorporate FinanceElective
Financial AccountingFinancial Markets and SecuritiesElectiveElective
Organizational BehaviorElectiveBusiness Consulting Practicum
Professional Development IProfessional Development II
7 Hours9 Hours2 Hours6 Hours9 Hours
Total Hours: 33

Year Two

Module 6Module 7 
Mid August - Mid OctoberMid October - Mid December

31 Total Core Hours

18 Total  Elective Hours

49 Total Required Hours

Business Ethics/LegalStrategic Management
Applied Business Internship
6 hours10 Hours
Total Hours: 16

Elective Choices

After the first year of core courses, electives are incorporated into the curriculum to fit your interests. 18 hours of electives are required for the MBA program. Electives are offered in several areas including accounting (ACCT), business administration (B AD), energy (ENGB), entrepreneurship (ENT), finance (FIN), management information systems (MIS), and marketing and supply chain management (MKT & SCM).

ACCT 5352 Financial Statement Analysis

B AD 5172 Business, Government, & Society

B AD 5970 International Management

ENT 5102 Entrepreneurship & Innovation

ENT 5902 Entrepreneurial Process

ENT 5912 Capitalizing the New Venture

ENT 5992 Entrepreneurial Growth Strategies

ENT 5934 Strategic Venture Development

ENT 5942 Launching the New Venture

ENGB 5131* Energy Upstream/Downstream

ENGB 5142* Introduction to Energy

ENGB 5152* Energy Accounting and Regulations

ENGB 5162* Energy Corporate Finance

ENGB 5172* Energy Assets & Commodities

ENGB 5182* Valuation, Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestures

FIN 5322 Derivative Securities & Markets

FIN 5332 Risk Management and Financial Engineering

FIN 5342 Advanced Corporate Finance

FIN 5352 International Financial Management

FIN 5362 Fixed Income Fund Management

FIN 5372 M & A and Corp Restructuring

FIN 5382 MBA Financial Modeling

FIN 5613 Student Investment Fund

MIT 5612 Database Design & Administration

MIT 5682 Business Data Analysis

MIT 5702 Social Analytics

MIT 5732 Managing Business Intelligence

MIT 5752 Cloud Computing

MIT 5762 Enterprise Modeling

MIT 5772 Principles of Data Warehousing

MIT 5970 Programming Analytics I

MIT 5970 Programming Analytics II

MIT 5970 Health Inforamatics

MIT 5970 Health Informatics II

MIT 5970 Health Analytics

SCM 5502 Supply Chain Management

SCM 5522 Production/Operations Management

L S 5612 Employment Law

MGT 5712 Negotiations, L S 5970 Employment Law

All courses subject to pre-requisite requirements prior to enrollment

* Requires special permission prior to enrollment