Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City

Your future is our business!

 

Are you interested in a career field with limitless options? Are you ready to take the reins of a business in a supervisory capacity? Or, would you like to turn your passions into opportunities by opening your own business? Most important – are you ready for ownership of your future? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re in the right place!

 

Whether you plan on entering the job market immediately after receiving your associate’s degree or you plan on transferring to a four-year university, the OSU-OKC Division of Business Administration will provide you with a solid foundation to achieve your goals.

 
  • Fact: Business graduates play roles in every industry.
  • Fact: The business job market is projected to increase twice as fast as the overall economy through 2014; this means the field will be adding more new jobs than any other.
  • Fact: Successful businesspeople are familiar with all major components and activities that make up an organization, and how they work together for organizational success.
  • Fact: Division of Business Administration degrees offer a well-rounded curriculum covering the major aspects of the business environment.
 

Pursing a business degree is like opening a door; the options are limitless. From small entrepreneurial start-ups to working in a large corporate office, an associate’s degree in business can be applied to any industry.

 

OSU-OKC’s Division of Business Administration is the resource for all things business. Choose from optional majors within accounting, business, management and restaurant management.

   

For more information, contact:

Amber Hefner
Division Head
Division of Business Administration
Business Administration Building, room 300
(405) 945-3293
amber.hefner@osuokc.edu

Students volunteered at the 2016 St. Jude Walk/Run

Eight managerial accounting students volunteered at the 2016 St. Jude Walk/Run. These students arrived at 6:30 a.m. and worked the accounting tent counting money, verifying forms, keeping running totals of contributions and uploading data. According to Assistant Professor John Strange, their goal is to volunteer at the event every year and the students did a great job! Pictured from left to right: Karissa Coates, Assistant Professor John Strange, Teresa Whited, David Strout, Karla Muniz, Abi Hagen, Chloe Acosta, Logan Cravey and Cody Trupe.

 
 

Deryl Sanders

OSU-OKC business administration student Deryl Rae Sanders knows how to juggle. Instead of rings, clubs or balls, she juggles classes at two different colleges, OSU-OKC and UCO, in order to earn two different degrees.