PROSPECTIVE BUSINESS GRADUATE STUDENTS
To be admitted to Cameron’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) or Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) program, applicants must first be admitted to Cameron University’s graduate studies. Please visit the Graduate Admissions page for more details. All international applicants should visit the International Admissions page for details about additional requirements.
Once a student has been admitted to graduate studies, they must meet one of the following criteria to be admitted to the MBA or MSOL program:
- Have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.5.
- Have a minimum score on the GMAT of 500 or a comparable converted score on the GRE utilizing.
- Have a minimum composite score of 1000 using the formula: GMAT + (200*undergraduate GPA).
Online & Traditional Options
Cameron’s MBA program is available both online and in a traditional format. Students have the option to take either class type at any time for greater flexibility. Our traditional courses are usually offered in the evenings one night a week to accommodate students who work full-time. Additionally, some of our courses are available through interactive television and can be broadcast to other locations in Oklahoma.
The core courses for the MSOL program are available exclusively online. This program does not offer a traditional format.
More information on our online courses can be found on Cameron’s Online Programs page.
Tuition and Fee Information
Current information is available on the Tuition and Fees Page.
For MBA students, based on your educational background, you may be required to take up to 12 hours of leveling courses. With an educational background in a business field, some or all of these prerequisites may be waived. The prerequisites are: Principles of Economics I & II, Principles of Accounting I & II, Finance, Business Statistics, Management, and Marketing. These can be incorporated into your Plan of Study. They are not required for program admission. These courses extend will the time required to complete the program.
For questions about either the MBA or MSOL program, you can contact Suzy Jouben, Graduate Coordinator for the School of Business at 580-581-2271 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about Admissions, please contact Ashley Del Ciello at 580-581-5489 or email@example.com.