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ODYN Students and jurors after class presentations

Students in the program are professionals who represent a wide array of industries including knowledge, manufacturing, and service industries. Our students also represent all organizational levels and types of organizations from private companies to government and not-for-profit organizations. The diverse and unique experiences that students bring to the program creates an optimal learning context, fostering interaction and creativity and a context in which students learn not only from the faculty but also from the other students.


Classes are interactive and designed to reflect the team-based nature of most workplaces. Class projects address real organizational challenges faced in Tulsa organizations. Diverse teams are created so students learn from their team mates who bring different perspectives to class projects based on their unique professional, educational, and personal backgrounds. The collaborate nature of the program helps students develop teamwork, leadership communication and presentation skills in a supportive environment. Final team projects are presented to juries of organizational experts. 

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Reflecting how real organizations function, team-based learning is used extensively in our courses. Students are active participants in class sessions and work collaboratively on team projects that address real organizational challenges.