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Oregon State University's business administration degree program will help you become a profession-ready student who can provide innovative solutions to complex, global challenges. Our curriculum that is taught by professors and instructors who have vast experience in each area of study, focusing on innovation, entrepreneurship and experiential learning.

Overview
The undergraduate curriculum in business administration reflects the increasingly complex economic, social and technological aspects of modern business decision-making. Course work emphasizes the development of effective decision making, an understanding of person values and motivation, and the awareness of the interrelationship between business and society.

Learning Objectives and Goals

Business administration students complete the business core learning goals and objectives.

Curriculum

Click here for a sample four-year plan with no option.
Requirements include pre-business core and pro-school core reflected in the core curriculum link above, plus OSU baccalaureate core, completion of 60 or more upper division credits and completion of at least 180 total college credits.

For more information, including number of prerequisites, click here

Program Electives (49)

Students will be given elective credits to enable you to achieve a degree of specialization and depth to match their interests.

Minor (27)
Students are encouraged to choose a non-business university-approved minor that consists of a minimum of 27 credits, with at least 12 credits at the upper-division level. It's up to them to determine whether the minor has been approved for transcript visibility and to request the notation on their transcript. Students can also choose to complete a coherent set of non-business courses to support their career goals.

Option (24)

Options are designed to allow students tp extend their professional preparation beyond the introductory level in one or more areas. There are five options available to the Business Administration major:

  1. Entrepreneurship for Business Majors
  2. General Business (Available at OSU Cascades campus and Extended Campus)
  3. Hospitality Management (OSU Cascades campus only)
  4. International Business (requires participation in study abroad program)
  5. Supply Chain and Logistics Management 

Some options need to be started in the third year, while others can be completed all during the fourth year. See an academic advisor for more information.