When it comes to the health and resilience of regional economies, business schools should be more than centers of academia; they should be engines of—and laboratories for—economic development. In this regard, the University of Oklahoma’s Michael F. Price College of Business is a prime example of what a business college needs to be: a nexus of learning, research, and innovation. A place where experts, entrepreneurs, and students alike come together to work and study, side by side.
With nearly a century of experience at the center of one of the nation’s most dynamic economic environments, Price College has been a witness to the boom times, and a student of what happens between them. Along the way, Price has earned a reputation for an agile and steady-minded approach to business: an approach the college has branded as Future Proven.
With the Future Proven ethos, Price College is doing what all business schools should strive to accomplish for their regions. To that end, Price has become a real-world laboratory for economic reinvention and retooling, a proving ground for novel approaches to perennial business challenges, and a source of wide-open thinking about what’s next for regional and global economies.
About OU’s Price College of Business
The University of Oklahoma’s Michael F. Price College of Business has experienced significant growth over the past five years, becoming OU’s second-largest college, with almost 5,800 students. The college offers highly ranked undergraduate, master’s, executive, and doctoral programs across six academic divisions. More information is available at price.ou.edu.