Master of Business Administration (MBA) Wichita, Kansas | August 2015 – May 2017
Concentration: Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Relevant Coursework: International Business and Competitiveness
Business Law and Ethics
New Product Development
University of Oklahoma
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Norman, Oklahoma | August 2012 – July 2015
Minors: Political Science; Sociology-Criminology
Graduated in three years with distinction.
Studied abroad in the Republic of Ireland – Summer 2014.
Relevant Coursework: Business
Economics (Macro, Micro, Statistics);
Accounting (Financial, Managerial);
Business/Social Sciences Calculus (Pre-Calculus, I, II);
Legal Environment of Business;
Principles and Organization of Management;
Principles of Marketing;
Business Strategy and Policy.
Constitution and Criminal Procedure;
Politics and Public Administration;
Politics in America;
Politics of International Law;
The System of Criminal Justice;
The Sociology of Family.
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University of Oklahoma Price College of Business Graduation - May 2015
I was so fortunate to have been able to study abroad during my time at the University of Oklahoma. I enjoyed learning about the Irish culture as I traveled throughout the country during my education abroad. Here, I visited the breath taking Cliffs of Moher in County Clare.
As part of the cheerleading squad, I was able to participate in numerous campus events and activities to build help build community. Here I was able to participate in College Gameday when OU hosted Notre Dame in 2012.
OU's "Big Event" is a day dedicated to community service. Hundreds of students volunteer their day to better the Norman and surrounding communities. In this picture, I was helping replenish an elementary school's community garden.
As part of President's Community Scholars, I was able to attend many special University events and meetings. I was able to meet with the University President, David L. Boren, at the President's House on campus along with fellow President's Community Scholars.
While studying abroad in Ireland, I took part in many Irish traditions to immerse myself with the country. Kissing the Blarney Stone is an Irish tradition that takes place at the Blarney Castle in Cork, Ireland.
One activity I enjoyed during my time at OU was being a cheerleader. Cheering for a large university taught me many life skills. One valuable lesson I was able to take away from the experience was time management.