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Professors at the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma are “a combination of top-notch academics and industry leading executives-in-residence making for a dynamic learning and networking experience.” The brand name school offers a Full-Time and Professional (part-time) options, both of which utilize the same faculty, curriculum, and resources and elective specializations in energy, finance, entrepreneurship, management information technology, and risk management. As most people here are “looking to move upward in their respective organizations,” the flexibility of the program is designed to accommodate working professionals, and the curriculum is designed to emphasize the lessons that can be imparted by classmates and applied immediately. “Having professionals that are working in the prominent industries in Oklahoma makes the class conversation much more useful and relevant,” says a student.

With cohorts of only forty students, personalization is a key focus of the MBA programs, and no one lacks for attention from the administration or faculty. “I have been very impressed, not only by the level of instruction, but . . . the one-on-one time that I have received as an MBA student from both professors and advisers,” says a student. Though some students feel that “the core classes are text book only” and there is not enough real-life application is mixed in to those class models, they says that “once you start your specific emphasis it changes drastically.” Text book material is introduced through case studies, speakers and projects: “It is fun to go to class and interact with teachers who can answer almost any question I can ask and then some.” Several display “complete mastery of their particular subject area,” and relate it to current events, lending perspective to both a domestic and global business setting. Entrepreneurship professors are “all businessmen who have made millions of dollars in the business world and concentrate on sharing the wealth of knowledge they have learned and sometimes even sharing contacts,” confirms a student.

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Adrienne Jablonski
Director of MBA Recruitment and Admissions

865 Research Parkway
Suite 300
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
United States





Applicants: 72
Acceptance Rate: 83%
Average Undergrad GPA 3.45
Years Work Experience: 2
Average Age: 23



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