One example is the Commercialization track, which blends coursework in entrepreneurship and emerging technologies. Another concentration option that is very unique to OSU is Wealth Management, which is specifically created for students seeking to become Chartered Financial Analysts. A special Accounting MBA (A-MBA) program exists for students with baccalaureate degrees in accounting who are rounding out their CPA education requirements, but want to earn an MBA in the process. If those options don’t appeal to you, don’t worry, because OSU has half a dozen additional concentration areas to choose from and all within an intensive nine month, full-time format. This kind of cafeteria-style MBA program is popular at some other large universities in
The Drawbacks: OSU does not offer doctoral degrees in business, unlike UW, WSU, and UO. This may be a negative for students hoping to get involved with research in business disciplines.