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Master of Science in Organizational Leadership

The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) is Cameron’s newest graduate program. Introduced in 2011, this program continues to grow as students find the value and marketability of a degree that focuses on leadership and management from a business perspective. This versatile degree is an excellent choice for those who want to begin or further a career in government agencies or non-profits. An MSOL has great applications for those in small and medium sized businesses or large corporations as well.

Degree Information

Mission Statement

Cameron University Department of Business exists to educate and prepare the diverse students it serves to become skilled professionals who will add value to their organizations, their professions, and their communities. The Department strives to expand understanding of the effective and efficient operation of organizations and their dynamic environments. The Department creates a student-centered approach to lifelong learning as well as innovative and experiential business-based learning opportunities.

The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) degree is a dynamic online program designed to prepare men and women to be leaders in military, governmental, entrepreneurial, and corporate ventures, as well as for further graduate studies.

WHY AN MSOL FROM CAMERON?

Value: Lowest graduate tuition rate in Oklahoma (based on https://www.collegetuitioncompare.com/compare/tables/?state=OK

Career Acceleration: Our graduates note how the MSOL program allows them to connect learning to current business issues, providing them business knowledge, exposure, expertise, and career advancement.

Flexibility: Students can take courses in methods which are convenient to them: online, hybrid, distance, and face-to-face

Faculty availability: CU graduate students have a dedicated support team of advisors and faculty. Each student will have a team of full-time, on-campus professors and the graduate coordinator’s office keeping their best interests in mind. 

Careers

Management Analyst, Human Resource Manager, Project Coordinator, Nonprofit Leader, Entrepreneur, Fundraising Manager, and Training and Development Coordinator 

Typical
Salaries for Professionals

Information based on Bureau of Labor Statistics and varies by position

$89,738 to $101,329

Job Outlook
2019-2029

Information based on Bureau of Labor Statistics and varies by position

6% - 25%
expected rate of growth
depending on field

CU MSOL Grads
work for some of these employers

Great Plains Technology Center, Comanche County Memorial Hospital, Cornerstone Lending, Arvest Bank

APPLICATION & PROGRAM ADMISSION

To be admitted to the Master of Business Administration in Business Administration program, students must obtain admission to graduate study at Cameron University and meet one of the following criteria:

  • Have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0, OR
  • Have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 in the last 60 credit hours of undergraduate coursework, OR
  • Have a minimum score on the GMAT of 450 or a comparable converted score on the GRE, OR
  • Have one of the following:
  1. minimum composite score of 3200 using the formula: Score=GMAT + (undergraduate GPA x 1000), OR
  2. minimum composite score of 3200 using the formula: Score=GMAT + (undergraduate GPA x 1000 on the last 60 credit hours of undergraduate coursework attempted), OR
  3. minimum GPA of 3.0 on at least 12 credit hours of graduate hours completed at another institution or in a different graduate degree program at CU, or in a combination of the two.

TUITION & FEES

Current information is available on the Tuition and Fees Page.

FACULTY & STAFF SUPPORT

Graduate students in Cameron’s Department of Business have an entire support team behind them every step of the way. Each student will have a team of full-time, on-campus professors and the graduate coordinator’s office keeping their best interests in mind. All of the graduate faculty in the Department of Business hold doctorate degrees and together have an average of almost 20 years of experience teaching in higher education.