“Do you see a man skilled in his work? He will serve before kings . . .” Proverbs 22:29

Communicate effectively. Think strategically. Lead with integrity.

The School of Business strives to develop graduates who are technically and academically excellent, professionally qualified, ethically strong, and spiritually mature. Our vision is to send forth graduates who can be the complete tools God can use, both professionally and spiritually, in the world of organizations — for-profit, nonprofit, governmental, and ministry-related.

Oklahoma Wesleyan University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education.

 

Degrees accredited by IACBE
IACBE Annual Report 2015-2016
Public Disclosure of Student Learning 2016-17

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Scholar in Residence Peter Johnston

Peter serves as president of The Joseph Group providing research and consulting services in law, education and public policy.  He is an adjunct faculty member for Oklahoma Wesleyan University including course development and both graduate and undergraduate online instruction.  As past president of Texas Center for Family Rights, he was instrumental in forming the 501(c)(3) public interest organization which served to promote, protect, and preserve the Texas family through research, education, and public policy.

Peter currently also serves as a Colson Fellow with the Colson Center for Christian Worldview.  His academic background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Cornell University, a Bachelor of Biblical Studies from The Way College of Emporia, a Juris Doctor from Oak Brook College of Law and Government Policy, and a Master of Business Administration from Oklahoma Wesleyan.  His passion to help train and equip 21st century leaders to respectfully and effectively engage culture with the truth of God’s Word and Lordship of Jesus Christ, his work experience, and academic background make him uniquely qualified to serve with the Chesapeake Energy School of Business and the Keating Center.

 

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