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Gain real-world insights with practical applications

The online MBA includes course materials developed by respected faculty that are leaders in their field. The program is comprised of 37 credits (25 core credits and 12 elective credits).

The rigorous online MBA program from The University of Tulsa is designed to help you tackle your industry’s biggest challenges. It will prepare you to lead innovative organizations with vision and purpose.

Our online program was designed to accommodate the needs and schedules of working professionals. Students can view course content on their own time, complemented by regular, instructor-led discussion sections via synchronous video conference. Students will also gain real-world experience through a capstone project.

Highlights

  • Choose an MBA which will position you to be a leader in the industry you work.
  • Professional development aspects of programs prepare students for upward career mobility.
  • Full time students complete a project to solve a current corporate issue with their cohort and the local business community.
  • Business Career Center assists students with career placement.

12-24 MONTHS

Receive your MBA in 12-24 months with our flexible course schedule

Course Requirements

The online MBA includes course materials developed by respected faculty that are leaders in their field. The program is comprised of 37 credits (25 core credits and 12 elective credits).

Masters of Business Administration Core Courses (25 credit hours)

To understand the use of accounting for both internal decision making and external reporting. Emphasis is from a user perspective that introduces students to managerial issues and the creation and analysis of financial statements.

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The discipline of organizational behavior is devoted to understanding, explaining, and ultimately improving the attitudes and behaviors of individuals and groups in organizations. Students explore how personality, motivation, stress, and organizational culture can impact organizational success. The course also delves into what being a leader really means and how to foster an atmosphere where leadership is developed.

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This course will rely heavily on class participation. To facilitate this, we will employ the following: a series of videos relating to the various issues we will cover; experiential exercises; in-class mini-cases as well as some lecture/discussion material. We also may have guest speakers when and where it is appropriate. All of these approaches are for the purpose of encouraging class discussion rather than as a replacement for it.

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Emphasis on practical approaches and methods for solving financial problems and making financial decisions, including an introduction to the fundamental concepts of financial management, an overview of securities and their valuation, an exploration of the cost of capital and capital budgeting, as well as the management of risk as it relates to corporate valuation and the execution of strategic and tactical financial planning decisions.

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Examines the theories and principles of computer information systems; including the different technologies available, how systems are currently applied both domestically and internationally, and what the future trends are likely to be.

University of Tulsa - Collins College of Business

Studies the management of contemporary organizations from the perspective of a marketing manager. The course includes the study of the planning process, demand forecasting, market-based performance measures, value creation, segmentation strategies, and management of the four basic “marketing mix”. This course’s pedagogy emphasizes the application of principles through seminars, case discussions, and a simulation.

University of Tulsa - Collins College of Business

This course seeks to equip future business leaders to exploit global opportunities and cope with global challenges. The course provides a systematic understanding of the fundamental aspects of the global business environment that influence business decisions and behavior. Students will use analytical tools and concepts of international economics, and case studies will be used to relate these concepts to actual business problems.

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A focus on the decisions arising in the management of operations, with an emphasis on how firms can better design and control their operations so they can more effectively align their supply with the demand for their products and services and gain competitive advantage. Includes operations strategy, process analysis and design, quality management, inventory management, and an introduction to quantitative decision modeling techniques.

University of Tulsa - Collins College of Business

All content objectives are covered through the use of case studies and a simulation. Teams will assume the role of top decision makers from the perspective of each firm and from the perspective of an industry analyst. For the simulation, students are divided into top management teams responsible for the strategic management of an electronic sensor company that competes against other companies from the same class.

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Electives

Current theories and research on the behavior of consumers is examined from the viewpoint of marketing management decisions, planning and research. The behavioral science concepts underlying the study of consumer behavior are investigated, stressing the contributions of psychology, anthropology, economics and socio-cultural influences. A discovery oriented process is employed to give students experience working with real-world problems, employing consumer research methods, interpreting qualitative data, using ideation and creative problem solving methods, and implementing solutions.

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Examines integrating the business functions of an enterprise and its allied partners along supply channels into a supply system that synchronizes the flow of products, services, and information to meet customer service requirements while minimizing costs. Includes distribution network configuration, inventory control, supply chain integration and strategic partnering, disruption and risk management, and use of information technology.

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Survey of the concepts, principles, and foundational ideas about data that unpin the practice of data mining and analytics in professional business settings.

University of Tulsa - Collins College of Business

Theory, research, and practice of negotiation. Topics include social dilemmas, distributive bargaining, integrative arrangements, multiple-party scenarios, and third party interventions. Emphasis on related skills, such as self-awareness, communication, stress management, decision-making, and conflict resolution.

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Program Learning Outcomes

Goal 1: Communication: Graduates of the MBA program will be effective communicators.

Create a professional document and deliver a professional presentation.

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Apply ethical decision-making models to issues impacting an organization and demonstrate the capacity to analyze the underlying factors that lead to the ethical dilemmas.

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Goal 3: Functional Business Analyses and Applications: Graduates of the MBA program will be knowledgeable in the functional areas of business, their application and their integration.

Analyze financial statements; analyze and evaluate various costing methods to select the most appropriate method, apply cost-volume-profit analysis and use accounting data to evaluate potential business choices.

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Develop a database, analyze organizational choices of tools to provide the information needed to support the strategic objectives of the entity and evaluate infrastructure choices in data collection, analysis and reporting.

University of Tulsa - Collins College of Business

Apply marketing concepts to the analysis of business issues and synthesize market information to develop a viable set of solutions for solving marketing problems facing an organization.

University of Tulsa - Collins College of Business

Analyze, diagnose, and manage organizational behavior in order to improve the performance of individuals and teams in organizations.

University of Tulsa - Collins College of Business

Synthesize strategic management concepts and analyze complex business situations to create solutions that address the needs of the various stakeholders of the organization.

University of Tulsa - Collins College of Business

Analyze various types of investments and make investment decisions, assess risk as it relates to corporate valuation, evaluate businesses using financial theory and quantitative methods.

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Create and apply the appropriate quantitative decision model to solve an operations problem, analyze quality control initiatives, and evaluate the effectiveness of supply-chain management strategies.

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