The Purpose of Price
The Michael F. Price College of Business ensures the enduring global competitiveness of Oklahoma and the nation.
OU's Full-Time MBA – Change Up Your Game
Our move to a brand-new campus in Oklahoma City is more than just about a collection of classrooms, it's about offering the most game-changing MBA possible. From our new international immersion and consulting courses, to our strategic location at the crossroads of our nation's strongest economic drivers - energy, financial services, aerospace and healthcare, the OU Full-time MBA is your roadmap to success.
Check out our new campus in OKC
Construction is underway for Price College's new 27,000 square-foot Graduate and Executive Center (GEC@OKC). Our campus will include diverse and adaptable spaces for studying and collaboration, along with convenient amenities like food services, a workout facility, and an attached covered parking garage. Learn more ❯❯
Ready to Apply? Don't Wait!
Our Fall 2017 class isn't full yet, so we will still consider ALL applications submitted by our final deadline of May 15th. We admit on a rolling basis, meaning that if you apply now, you could receive your decision before the final deadline even comes around! Apply to be a part of the first MBA class to experience our beautiful new space. How to Apply ❯❯
Get an inside look at our program as students, alumni, &
faculty share what the OU MBA means to them.
Once in a Lifetime Opportunities
The Price College MBA program proudly offers a unique set of prestigous opportunies, called Summer Scholars, to high acheiving students. Each Summer Scholar program focuses on a particular major city and its role in the global business world, while opening students up to financial supported, competitive educational and interternship experiences that wouldn't otherwise be readilyavailable to them. Learn More❯❯
Take our pipeline to Wall Street, and live, work, and network in the financial discrict of New York for the summer.
Emerse yourself in international business and challenge your thinking at the London School of Economics for the summer.