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Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University


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The Power of MBA

The Watson Graduate School of Management encourages aspiring business leaders to openly explore Oklahoma State University’s MBA program administered under the Spears School of Business. Our culture is creatively unique, mirroring the corporate world’s collaborative landscape with a special touch of soft skill development that only the OSU experience can provide.

We understand professional advancement is strategically rooted in an MBA investment and our team of vastly recognized faculty, supportive administrators and engaged alumni stand prepared to partner with anyone successfully positioning themselves for admission into this vibrant program. The Power of Personal excels when passions are proceeded by direct interaction, so we look forward to connecting with you as you prepare to influence the world through a rigorously developed vision and rich OSU education.

MBA News Story

Crystal Wilson

New Master of Business Administration program manager Crystal Wilson has spent her life serving others, and now she is bringing that same passion for service to the Oklahoma State University MBA program.

Wilson’s many past experiences have shaped her attributes to be successful in this new role. She began her career in the for-profit sector, but soon made a transition to the nonprofit world where she quickly worked her way up to the position of chief professional officer at the Boys and Girls Club organization.

“I went into the for-profit arena first, and I wasn’t really fulfilled,” Wilson said. “It didn’t feel natural, so from there I found a position with the Boys and Girls Club and loved it. I was chief professional officer, which is like the president of the organization, and it was a really great experience working with the kids.”

After marrying a residence coordinator, she found herself living...

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