Oakland University - Business and Management

Short Bio:

Beyond his academic excellence, Ajay is a charismatic individual who is respected and liked by faculty and peers. Throughout his high school career, Ajay often stopped by my room during lunch to take my Business Management tests to review his management concepts, but he also often stopped by during lunch or after school to chat about his latest developments, events in school, or other various topics. His maturity and charisma are qualities that are quite rare among high school students.

College Info:

Oakland University is a public university in Auburn Hills and Rochester Hills, Michigan. Situated on a 1,400-acre (570 ha) campus, it was co-founded by Matilda Dodge Wilson and Alfred Wilson after meeting with John A. Hannah. It is the only major research university in Oakland County, from which the school derives its name, and it serves much of the Metro Detroit region. It is classified among “”R2: Doctoral Universities – High research activity.
Oakland University was initially operated as a branch of Michigan State University as Michigan State University–Oakland (MSU-O). It opened in 1959 with 570 students and three buildings. In 1963, it became known as Oakland University

Course Info:

At Oakland University’s School of Business Administration, you’ll find programs that integrate theory, research and experience, giving you the unique combination of solid academic preparation and practical skills necessary to succeed professionally. The business school offers nine undergraduate business majors and 11 minors, four master’s degree programs, and a wealth of graduate certificates.

Oakland’s business school is one of only 186 business schools of 16,000 worldwide to earn AACSB-International accreditation in both its business and accounting programs. In fact, Oakland University is one of only five universities in Michigan to hold separate AACSB accreditation in accounting.

Tuition Fee:

$24,230 /year

Living Cost:

$12,000 /year