Master of Business Administration

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is designed for working professionals seeking a competitive advantage in the business world.  This 33-hour program provides students with the skills required to successfully serve as leaders in business.  

Cameron's MBA program is designed for the individual who wishes to acquire management-related competencies, skills, and integrated understanding for business and business-related environments. The program emphasizes theory and a practitioner's orientation in preparing students for management positions.  The three goals of the Cameron MBA program are to:

1.  Provide graduates with foundational knowledge at an advanced level;

2.  Provide graduates with critical business skills and competencies required for effective management of modern business; and

3.  Provide students with an understanding of the process of integrating and applying core competencies and skills in business or business-related environments and/or situations. 


The program is available in two convenient formats:

- Online:  Completely online; great for students who move often because of the military or career obligations.

- Traditional:  Provides flexible evening classes both on-site and through interactive television (ITV).  Courses are taught on the main campus and sent via OneNet (interactive television) to other locations in Oklahoma. 

(Students with a non-business undergraduate major may be required to take up to four leveling courses which may extend the time required to complete the program.) 


Students who complete the MBA program will obtain expertise in the following business disciplines:

- Business Strategy
- Finance
- Marketing
- Statistics
- Economics
- Accounting
- Management Information Systems
- Human Resource Management/Organizational Administration

Students are required to pass a comprehensive examination confirming they are fully prepared to succeed in the business arena.  Comp information is available through the Graduate Advisor and online at the Graduate Studies website. 

MBA PROGRAM:


Some courses have prerequisites which must be met prior to enrollment.  All students must have the MBA graduate advisor's permission to enroll. 

Part 1 - Leveling Courses (12 hours)

BUS 5013 - Business Administration Concepts
ECON 5023 - Economic Concepts
ACCT 5033 - Accounting & Information Systems Concepts
FIN 5053 - Financial Concepts

A student with undergraduate course work in business from a regionally accredited institution may receive a waiver of part or all of these requirements, depending on the student's background in accounting, business, and economics subjects.


Part II - Core Courses (24 hours)

1.  Common Core Courses (18 hours):

BUS 5103 - Applied Business Statistics
FIN 5613 - Managerial Finance
ACCT 5243 - Accounting for Management
MGMT 5853 - Management Information Systems OR
ENT 5303 - Technology Entrepreneurship
MKTG 5513 - Contemporary Marketing Problems
BUS 5983 - Applied Business Strategy

2.  Core Area I - Economics (3 hours):

ECON 5213 - Macroeconomics OR
ECON 5313 - Managerial Economics OR
ECON 5933 - Issues in Global Economics

3.  Core Area II - Human/Organizational Admin (3 hours):

MGMT 5443 - Current Issues in Organizational Design OR
MGMT 5703 - Organizational Behavior
MGMT 5843 - Current Issues/HRM


Part III - Elective Courses (9 hours)

May include up to 6 hours of credit if a student elects to complete a masters thesis.
 

Part IV - Comprehensive Exam

Students must successfully complete a written comprehensive exam.  Study guides for the comps will be provided by the Graduate MBA Advisor.   

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Contact Information

Office of Admissions

North Shepler, 2nd Floor
(580) 581-2289
(580) 581-2230
admissions@cameron.edu

Program Inquiries:

School of Business
Suzy Jouben
(580) 581-2271
kjouben@cameron.edu

School of Education and Behavioral Sciences
Claudia Edwards
(580) 581-7929
cedwards@cameron.edu

Prospective Student Services

Ashley Del Ciello
North Shepler, 2nd Floor
(580) 581-5489
graduate@cameron.edu