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School of Business


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Wesley Whittaker, Ph.D.
Interim Dean, School of Business

Degree Options

Bachelor of Business Administration: Management

Management Plan of Study

The curriculum in Management prepares students for the management and leadership opportunities that exist in all organizations, whether large or small. Those supervisory jobs emphasizing technical competence to middle management positions requiring adeptness in interpersonal skills to top-level management assignments demanding superior conceptual abilities. Directed study provides a foundation for careers in supervision and general management

Bachelor of Business Administration: Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management Plan of Study

Supply Chain Management is primarily concerned with the planning, acquisition, conversion, flow and distribution of goods from the raw materials to finished goods. The purchasing department in a typical organization is responsible for securing all necessary raw material, supplies, capital goods and services at the best value possible. The Supply Chain Management function coordinates the major activities contributing to materials costs and availability including purchasing production control, warehousing and distribution.

Bachelor of Business Administration: Management Information Systems

The MIS graduate is well prepared to enter the business (profit or non-profit) arena and undertake tasks that: 1) require a comprehensive understanding of business operations in general, and 2) also require analysis and management of business operations using information technology. If you are a Business Administration student who believes additional IT proficiency will optimize your career success, then MIS should be your major.

MIS major course will develop proficiency in the following subject areas:

  • Programming in relevant programming languages;
  • Construction of computer based information systems that reflect information needs derived through systematic analysis;
  • IT solution configurations, both current and predicted for the future.
  • Database construction and management;
  • Internet based tools from first level web pages to complex e-commerce applications;
  • Data communications that includes knowledge of popular Computer Network techniques and configurations; and

Project Management.

Students who wish to major in any of the School of Business programs will be considered PRE-BUSINESS MAJORS until officially admitted to the School. Students must apply for entrance into a specific School of Business program during the second semester of their sophomore year.

To be formally admitted to the School of Business, a student must satisfy the following criteria:

  1. Minimum GPA of 2.5
  2. Completion of 45 Semester hours of college work
  3. At least a grade of “C” in Principles of Macroeconomics
  4. At least a grade of “C” in English Composition I, II and Advanced Composition or Technical Writing
  5. At least a grade of “C” in College Algebra and Trigonometry or Survey of Mathematics

Plan of Study

Upcoming Events

Bass Reeves Film Screening and Discussion

February 22, 2024
Join us for a film screening and discussion of Bass Reeves presented by Professor Edwards! WHEN: Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. WHERE: Allied Health 105

Writing Pedagogy In Flux

February 27, 2024
Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society, hosts revisiting theories, conventions, and curriculum design. WHEN: Feb. 27 at 3:15 p.m. WHERE: Jones Hall 102

Writing Democracy Project

March 29, 2024
The Writing Center presents: Writing Democracy with Oklahoma House Representative Mauree Turner! Join us to engage in a discussion about democracy with Rep. Turner. Rep. Turner is the first Muslim and non-binary person to serve in the Oklahoma legislature. WHEN: March 29 at 4 p.m. WHERE: Allied Health 105 We can’t wait to see you there!

Book Talk: A Course in Cyborg Semiotics

April 11, 2024
Are you ready to explore the fascinating intersection of technology, communication, and culture? Join us for a captivating book talk and celebration with Dr. Mick Howard, Director of the Writing Center, as he presents his latest publication: A Course in Cyborg Semiotics. WHEN: Thursday, April 11, at 2 p.m. WHERE: Allied Health Center 105 Hosted by the English Department and Writing Center, this event offers ...