Master of Business Administration / Native American Leadership
Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Program Details

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s online MBA with a concentration in Native American Leadership program includes courses in both core MBA areas and Native American Leadership topics.  In Native American Leadership courses students will learn how to manage diversity in the constantly changing world.  Culture is the key to success in this concentration as you study tribal sovereignty and contemporary issues facing the Indian Country.  You will also explore the areas of personal and organizational leadership.  In addition, students complete courses in finance, accounting, marketing, economics, behavioral management, research, and data analysis as you prepare for a career in the business world.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited university with a minimum 3.0 overall GPA or minimum 3.0 GPA in the last 60 semester hours of courses, or
  • Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited university with a minimum 2.5 overall GPA or minimum 2.75 GPA in last 60 semester hours of courses, AND at least three years of continuous professional work experience, or
  • Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited university with a minimum 2.5 overall GPA or minimum 2.75 GPA in last 60 semester hours of courses, AND a portfolio consisting of a letter of application which outlines the applicant's career goals and objectives and how an MBA degree will enhance them; a current resume, three professional letters of recommendation, or
  • Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited university and at least 9 hours in a graduate program from a regionally accredited university with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and must be in good standing at previous university
  • No GMAT is required for the Southeastern Oklahoma State University online MBA

Special Accreditation

Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)

School Accreditation Statement

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission