Business Career Center

The Business Career Center strives to educate and assist business students in creating a career plan that will lead to life-long career goals, individual fulfillment and employment with distinguished globalized organizations.

Our office provides resources for undergraduate and graduate business students as well as business alumni. These resources include internship information, listings of available positions and employer information.

The Business Career Center is located in Helmerich Hall, Room 215. For more information about services offered, call 918-631-2216 or email us.

Class of 2014 Undergraduate Employment Information
Class of 2014 Graduate Employment Information


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