Collins College of Business graduates integrate knowledge, technical competence and interpersonal skills to launch successful careers in today's global economy. Undergraduate and graduate students can expect classroom learning that fuses a solid business foundation with hands-on work solving complex problems. Internships, specialized minors, study abroad opportunities and community partnerships round out a complete experience that emphasizes personal development.
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Customize your degree program and experiences to chart a career path that leads to success. With careers that span accounting, finance, energy, international business and more, TU alumni are making a difference as leaders of Fortune 500 companies, founders of their own ventures and change agents within organizations large and small.
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Go beyond the classroom to create a learning experience tailored to fit your personal goals. Study or work abroad. Pursue an entrepreneurial venture. Lead a student organization. Manage a $5 million portfolio of real money. Network with business leaders.
TU is a community that welcomes and incorporates an array of cultures and backgrounds, facilitating intellectual and personal growth on a daily basis.
Brandon Short, Finance/Economics Class of 2020
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Clean & sustainable: School of Energy Economics, Policy and Commerce prepares students for careers in renewable/alternative energy
Once “the oil capital of the world,” Tulsa continues to reap a rich harvest from the fossil fuel industry. But as the globe looks to solar, wind and other greener forms of power, TU is enhancing its curriculum with courses on renewable and alternative energy, ensuring graduates are poised for leadership roles in this booming sector.
TU junior awarded Sumners Foundation scholarship
Finance and economics junior Lauren Agpoon is one of 55 students across the country who has been awarded a major scholarship by the Hatton W. Sumners Foundation, which are based on academic excellence, civic engagement and capacity for leadership.
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- TU business students triumph in Love’s Cup competition
- MBA students develop plan to grow educational opportunities for vulnerable Tulsans
- Global engagement: Internships take business student around the world and back