Business Departments and Schools
The primary mission of the University of Tulsa's School of Accounting and MIS is to provide educational programs that prepare students for the role of business information professionals with expertise in analysis and reporting, translating complex information into critical knowledge, and decision-making. Our programs are designed to help educate students as leaders in a world that requires information and knowledge.
The Economics Department of the College of Arts and Sciences offers a BSBA within the Collins College of Business.
The School of Energy Economics, Policy and Commerce offers two degree programs - Energy Management and Master of Energy Business. TU is the only private university that offers the Energy Management program, which prepares undergraduate students for careers in upstream and midstream sectors of the global energy industry.
The online Master of Energy Business program blends sound business knowledge and skills with contemporary energy issues and perspectives to provide working energy industry professionals with the management tools and broad-based training in the energy industry operations required to move rapidly into managerial positions and other positions of corporate leadership and responsibility.
The finance curriculum places major emphasis on three areas: financial management, investments and portfolio management, and financial markets and institutions. The finance program is designed to educate students in all areas of business, because the finance profession involves interaction with all of these areas.
The international business degree program combines three components: (1) education in foundations of business and functional areas of international business, (2) development of greater familiarity with cultural imperatives, and (3) advanced training in Chinese, French, German, Russian, or Spanish.
The Management major offers in-depth study of issues in organizational behavior, human resource management, negotiation skills and business law. The Marketing major provides exposure to the fundamental aspects of marketing including consumer behavior, marketing research, and marketing strategy, along with a number of electives to allow a student to design a course of study that helps them achieve their individual goals.
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