Welcome to the College of Business at Oregon State University. Our students graduate understanding that what they do beyond the classroom can make an impact on the world — and that the tools to create sustainable, socially conscious businesses were woven into their education.
Over the last several years, the College of Business has grown in size, impact and reputation. Like the rest of our university, the college attracts increasingly higher achievers with particular excellence in such areas as accounting, business information systems, design, entrepreneurship, finance, management and marketing.
The college recently integrated the College of Business Design Programs, offering degrees in apparel design, interior design and merchandising management. After approving new majors in business information systems, management, finance, and marketing, the college now offers more undergraduate majors than any other college of business in the Oregon University System. Adding to its momentum, the college recently received reaffirmation of accreditation by the premier accrediting agency for degree programs in business schools, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
The MBA program is now at capacity, and the Executive Leadership track, delivered as an online/hybrid program in partnership with OSU Ecampus, is equipped to serve leaders and professionals from any industry. Additionally, the college offers doctorate programs in accounting, innovation and commercialization, and design and human environment.
In the fall of 2014, the college began a new era with a move to the newest building on Oregon State’s stunning campus. Austin Hall is an expansive 100,000 square feet that includes ten classrooms, a 250-seat auditorium, collaborative team rooms, more than 70 faculty offices, staff and program offices, a café and event space.
Whether you're a prospective student, current student, alumnus or business partner, check out what we are up to. It is an exciting time at the college and we're here to be a resource for business education.