Ottawa University Adult and Online MBA students can now select a new track in School Business Operations (SBO). SBO is a specialty area within the K-12 school settings management that is focused on supporting all public districts in the 50 states, as well as the growing charter and private school sectors. These organizations are subject to state and federal regulations and management specifications that require a specialized knowledge-base not currently included in either business or education majors.
The combination of the MBA major with select education courses will prepare business administration students with the specific knowledge necessary for employment in school business offices by providing an understanding of the education environment, laws, and regulations governing school administration/operations with advanced courses for all three education models. This track will lead to school leadership positions like: Directors of Business, Purchasing, Transportation, Maintenance, Food Services, Human Resources, and Information Technology as well as Assistant Superintendents and Financial Officers.
This 36-credit-hour Master’s in Business Administration program consists of eight required core courses and four courses designed specifically for those in the School Business Operations track:
School and Community Relations
Field Experience in Education I
Augment your school administration skills in Ottawa University’s MBA program. Contact us today to learn more about our School Business Operations MBA track.
Upon completion of your Master’s in Business Administration degree, you can be ready to pursue careers in the following areas:
Sales and marketing
Small business management
Human resources management
For curriculum and course descriptions please download a program overview.
For detailed curriculum and more please visit the University Catalog entry for this program.
For detailed curriculum and more please visit the Course Catalog entryfor this program.
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