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Undergraduate Business Programs

Students benefit from the Oakland University School of Business Administration’s reputation for graduating students with the skills employers value—starting with their first day on the job.

Through the business school’s wide variety of resources and programs, you will develop a range of abilities to help you succeed in business. Small class sizes with a student-to-teacher ratio of 22-to-1 create a foundation for you to develop strong relationships with faculty and staff, create opportunities for real-world business practice, and experience extra-curricular programs give you a solid base for professional success.

This rich combination of business connections, active student involvement, engaging classroom discussions, hands-on learning, internships, leadership and career development preparation fully prepares our graduates to succeed.
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At Oakland University’s School of Business Administration, you’ll find programs that integrate theory, research and experience -- giving you the unique combination of academic preparation and practical skills you will need to succeed professionally. Our programs offer a stepping-stone for students to discover the right career path, while providing a comprehensive business overview in the foundations and specifics of their chosen fields.



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Oakland’s School of Business Administration also offers minors which allow business majors to customize their business degree or non-business majors the chance to build business skills to support advancement in their chosen field. A business minor typically requires 16 to 20 credit hours. Minors include:



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