School of Business Administration

Elliott Hall, Room 427
275 Varner Drive
Rochester , MI 48309-4485
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Graduate Business Programs

Unleash your leadership and accelerate your career with a graduate business degree from Oakland University. Prepare to tackle business challenges with sharp insight and management-level understanding through expert-led courses, and real-world practice of contemporary management theories and strategies.

We match your determination to excel with quality graduate programs, expert faculty and flexible scheduling that enhances your professional experience, complements your undergraduate education and fits into your busy life. With an Oakland graduate business degree, you will be well-equipped with technological expertise, savvy business know-how, cross-functional knowledge and strong communication skills to take your career to the next level.

Whether you are seeking a promotion, new job or career change, OU has a business graduate program to fit your goals and lifestyle.

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Graduate Business Programs
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Master's Degrees

Chart a course to career success by gaining the knowledge, leadership and skills to confidently meet the challenges of today’s global marketplace. Oakland University’s School of Business Administration offers the following specialized master's degree programs.

Graduate Certificates

Enhance your skills and boost your career with a business graduate certificate from Oakland University’s School of Business.  Ideal for those with a bachelor’s degree who are seeking to gain additional knowledge. Graduate certificate credits can be applied toward a master’s degree

Post-Master Certificates

Post-Master’s Graduate Certificates from Oakland University’s School of Business Administration provide the opportunity to expand your area of expertise, update your master’s degree and advance in your career. We offer specializations in general management as well as 10 other areas such as international business, entrepreneurship, business economics, production operations management and more.