Earn Your Degree From A Top-Ranked Business School

You already know the Oregon State MBA as Oregon’s top-ranked part-time MBA. Now get to know our specialized master's degree programs, focused on specific, in-demand business disciplines and the tools needed to be an expert in the field.

Build skills with specialized master's tracks designed to develop analytical expertise that can open bold and exciting career opportunities.

Connect with industry and gain a competitive advantage by working on real-world projects that are sponsored by industry partners.

Talk to your employer: Some employee benefits programs prioritize support for STEM-designated degrees, like our master’s program.

Learn with committed professors and passionate mentors. They’re also corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, industry experts and top researchers.

Join peers from Oregon and around the world with a variety of backgrounds like engineering, science, social sciences, arts and business.

Balance your career responsibilities and goals by earning your master’s online, either full time or part time, early in your career or anytime.



The finance track provides focused training in financial markets and institutions as you study access to and use of money and capital. You’ll study finance topics including investments, portfolio analysis, international financial markets, derivatives and risk management, financial modeling, commercial banking and financial planning.

Financial Analytics

Financial analytics is an emerging field in finance that focuses on advanced quantitative side of financial analysis. In the financial analytics track, you’ll study financial topics such as portfolio analysis, derivatives and financial modeling, with an additional focus on data and business analytics, such as data collection, analysis, and forecasting.

Marketing Insights and Analytics

The marketing insights and analytics track provides the critical link between the promise of abundant data and actionable business insights gleaned from these data. With marketing (for an understanding of customer behaviors) and analytics (big-data analytical techniques), you’ll develop the skills to drive informed business decisions and strategies.

Supply Chain Analytics

The supply chain analytics track targets two areas in which organizations need skilled leaders: supply chain and logistics management and business analytics. You’ll learn techniques to model large and complex data and optimize processes through the supply chain, from the supplier, manufacturer, wholesaler to the retailer and consumer.


Ashley Chona

“Aside from the technical aspects and skills, I feel that one of the most valuable things I got out of my MSB program was how to communicate effectively and how to look at a problem from someone else’s view. Being able to understand, communicate and solve very complex problems with anyone is a skill I use every day. At the end of the day, my main role is to ensure that our products get to our customers when they need them — which means ensuring communication between the customer, the manufacturing plants and the carriers.”

Supply Chain Specialist

Georgia-Pacific Chemicals