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Welcome to Oklahoma City University's premier online Corporate Accounting MBA Program. Our program is specifically designed to equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the dynamic field of corporate accounting. By combining the language of business with comprehensive accounting information, we empower our students to make informed financial decisions and drive managerial incentives.

Graduates of our Online MBA program with a concentration in Corporate Accounting gain a deep understanding of how to measure economic performance effectively. They are equipped with the tools and frameworks needed to make strategic decisions that lead to better outcomes for organizations. Our program prepares individuals to become industry leaders who can confidently navigate the complex world of corporate accounting.

Join us and unlock your potential in the field of corporate accounting. Experience our online learning platform, which provides flexibility and convenience without compromising the quality of education. Our esteemed faculty and industry-relevant coursework will ensure that you receive a comprehensive education that aligns with the latest industry trends and practices.  Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your career prospects and become a sought-after professional in the corporate accounting domain. Apply now and take the first step towards a successful future in the world of business and finance.

MBA 5123 – Effective Leadership & Communication

Based on the established foundations of the Authentic Leadership Model and utilizing the in-depth CDR Assessment Group program for self-assessment and leadership coaching, this course facilitates the development of interpersonal and team skills leaders need to function effectively. The primary focus is on integrated behavioral competencies demanded in organizations today: self-awareness, communication, negotiation, collaboration, and relationship building. Students will work through their own, individualized leadership profile assessments, evaluate effective leadership behaviors, and explore techniques and processes to communicate and negotiate effectively within organizations.

ACCT 5213 – Accounting for Business Decision Making

Emphasis on the application of accounting information for financial reporting and managerial decision making.

MGMT 5213 – Business Strategy for Creating Value

Focuses upon organizational, competitive, and environmental issues confronting organizations and how firms identify, seize, and defend opportunities in today’s dynamic and rapidly changing global economy.

ECON 5313 – Data Analysis for Business Decisions

Focuses on the identification and access of information sources and analyzing the information to make informed decisions and solve managerial problems. Topics include numerical and graphic description of data, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression analysis and predictive modeling, linear allocation models and allocating resources, forecasting, and decision analysis. The course utilizes spreadsheet, statistical, and simulation software.

ECON 5413 – Managing at the Crossroads: The Global Economic Environment

Emphasizing the perspective of managers in the private sector, this course focuses on interactions of economic principles at work at the interfirm, intra-industry, and inter-industry levels (microeconomics), at the economy-wide level (macroeconomics), and at the global level (international economics).

MKTG 5103 – Strategic Marketing Decisions for Creating Value

This course is concerned with crafting marketing strategies and making marketing decisions. At the end of the course, students should be able to structure and solve rather complex marketing problems.

FIN 5303 – Financial Strategy and Decision Making

Fundamental concepts such as time value of money and risk-return relationships in finance are presented in detail. Financial decisions faced by modern business enterprises are analyzed in the framework of financial theories. These decisions include capital budgeting, long-term financing, dividend policy, short-term financial management, and performance evaluations.

MGMT 5703 – Ethical, Societal, and Legal Environment of Business

This course examines areas of law and ethics that relate to the contemporary business environment. Areas of study include contracts, torts, white collar crime, product liability, anti-competitive practices, consumer protection, employment practices, business organizations, and the legal and ethical responsibilities.

Concentration Courses

ACCT 5913 Special Topics – Cost Accounting

Cost accounting fundamentals; cost-volume-profit relationships; budgets and standards as keys to planning and control; relevant costs for pricing decisions; capital budgeting. Prerequisite: ACCT 2213

ACCT 5253 - Accounting Information Systems & Data Analytics

Provides an understanding of accounting subsystems, systems analysis, and design issues. Integrates students' knowledge of basic accounting principles with the current information technology used in the processing and analyzing of accounting information. Introduces students to data analytic tools and procedures through assignments in spreadsheets and databases. Introduces internal control concepts vital to prepare them for understanding external auditing principles. Prerequisite: ACCT 2113, ACCT 2213

ACCT 5133 Financial Statement Analysis

Survey of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and other topics related to international accounting. Learning to apply financial statement analysis for decision making using case studies of U.S. and International companies. Using data analytics to forecast, analyze and value companies based on a variety of commonly used valuation models and techniques. Prerequisite: ACCT 3123.

ACCT 5323 Principles of Fraud Examination

Develops the main topics in fraud examination, including: the nature and motivations for fraud; fraud prevention, detection, and investigation; various types of fraud; and, some of the more infamous fraud cases. Utilizes an open-ended, seminar format in which students actively participate in gathering materials and discussion. Prerequisite: ACCT 3113

Data Analytics MBA 

Financial Analytics MBA 

Energy MBA

Health Care Administration MBA 

Executive and Professional Education in Business

The total program price for the Online MBA is $15,000* -- one of the best prices in the region for an AACSB-accredited MBA.
*Effective beginning in the summer 2023 term; required textbooks and/or additional required learning materials may cost extra

AACSB Accredited

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