- The Princeton Review names Oakland University among best business schools
- Award-winning adviser helps students find their paths
- Overcoming barriers: Professor's research delves into identifying issues, improving job outlook for those with disabilities
- Professional development program connects students and employers
- Oakland professors featured in Rochester Hills Public Library new lecture series
- Business School Dean's List 2015-16
- Business students create scholarship in honor of faculty mentor
- Scholarships recognize success, lend financial support
- Crestmark Bank creates scholarship fund for OU business students
- Return on Investment: student managed investment fund experience leads to professional position
School of Business Administration
At Oakland University’s School of Business Administration, you’ll find programs that integrate theory, research and experience, giving you the unique combination of solid academic preparation and practical skills necessary to succeed professionally. The business school offers nine undergraduate business majors and 11 minors, four master’s degree programs, and a wealth of graduate certificates.
Oakland’s business school is one of only 183 business schools worldwide to earn AACSB-International accreditation in both its business and accounting programs. In fact, Oakland University is one of only five universities in Michigan to hold separate AACSB accreditation in accounting. Thanks to the reputation it is gaining within the region and beyond, the School of Business Administration at Oakland University has been recognized by several national organizations including Princeton Review, Payscale, CEO Magazine and more.