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Here’s the truth: As a prospective MBA student, you have a lot of options. And, if you’re like our current students, we know you haven’t gotten this far or considered a graduate program without first demonstrating that you know the value of hard work. Our students are the kind who take on new challenges and get results. They derive satisfaction from solving problems. We believe in educating our students to be the kind of people we want to work for – people who work hard, earn success and lead by example as innovative, socially responsible and globally minded business people.

The Oregon State MBA offers a variety of degree programs and certificates to meet the needs of our students, and we offer programs as part-time and full-time in Corvallis, as well as programs in Portland. Oregon State MBA students have a variety of academic backgrounds, including engineering, science, social sciences, liberal arts and business as just a few examples. Students who do not have an undergraduate degree in business or a business minor will complete coursework that provides a solid foundation of business knowledge. 

Students who have earned an undergraduate business degree or business minor from an accredited institution within the past 10 years are eligible to participate in our accelerated program. The accelerated program allows students to complete the MBA in as little as nine months (attending full-time in Corvallis) or 21 months (attending part-time in Portland)

The Oregon State MBA program features the following options on campus in Corvallis:

Business Analytics

Corporate Finance

Innovation Management

Research Thesis

Supply Chain and Logistics Management

The Oregon State MBA program features the following options via hybrid format in Portland:

Business Analytics

Innovation Management

Organizational Leadership

Supply Chain and Logistics Management

Pharm.D/MBA (for students in the Oregon State College of Pharmacy) 

We also offer graduate certificates in the following areas:

Financial Planning (Summer 2017)

Business Analytics