Design & Innovation Management
Information Security, Assurance & Analytics
Market Research & Consumer Analytics
Supply Chain & Logistics Management
Tuition & Financial Assistance
College of Business students and faculty have access to a top financial educational platform thanks to a program from Barron’s, a leading resource for financial news, in-depth analysis, and commentary on stocks, investments, and markets. The program is sponsored by Morgan Stanley and provides licenses to Barron’s as an educational resource with the aim to improve financial proficiency for the next generation of business leaders.
Austin Hall — it’s an impressive space: 100,000 square feet of classrooms, offices, research labs, conference rooms, study areas and project rooms. But its usage — designed to be filled with students interacting with professors and peers — is even more impactful. The building promotes innovation, creative thinking and collaboration with workspaces geared toward different learning styles. Austin Hall offers so many more opportunities for communication, including, most significantly, between professor and student.
Our apparel design program, ranked among the best in the Pacific Northwest, focuses on the conceptual and technical design processes, with an emphasis on outdoor and performance wear. Your ideas — from concept to creation, including ideation, digital patternmaking and prototyping and the development of factory specifications — take shape in the Apparel Lab. Here, among many tools, you'll use the industry-leading prototype design software to study true to life examples of your garment design before you cut a thread.
When you're using the 23 computer- and big-screen-equipped project rooms for your team meetings – you're teleconferencing with virtual teams wherever they are, and you're practicing with the tools of modern business. The second-floor Bernard A. Newcomb Digital Commons has 100 computer terminals. You can access the Bloomberg financial wire from theis computer lab, among other software resources.
When you need some help troubleshooting, the IT help desk, located right in the digital commons, is staffed during business hours for your convenience.
The DAMlab Makerspace, located in Buxton Hall, provides access to a wide range of tools, enabling student innovation from design through manufacture. Tools include 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC mills, embroidery and direct-to-garment printing giving students experience with a wide range of manufacturing methods. On-site computers are loaded with software licensed for student use, including Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.) for graphic design and manipulation; various 3D printing softwares including Cura, Slic3r and Repetier Host; and Janome Embird for embroidery design and stitch generation.
MyCOB is a resource page for current faculty, staff, and students to find a number of quick links to all things important in the College of Business.
The Austin Hall project rooms on the first and second floor, 23 in total, are open to any student currently enrolled in a College of Business course. They've got seating and teleconference equipment and software. And they can get pretty busy! Be sure to reserve your space.
The College of Business Research Suite is outfitted with cutting edge technology to conduct innovative marketing and consumer research in business. Located on the third floor of Austin Hall, the Research Suite is available to College of Business faculty, staff and students to use.
For course material, assignments, grades, communication, and all activities related to teaching and learning, we use Canvas. Canvas is a web-based learning management system (LMS). Canvas is used for all modalities of courses taught at Oregon State University: traditional face-to-face, hybrid, Ecampus online, Extension and continuing education courses.
MyDegrees is a web-based degree checklist program and academic advising tool designed to assist students and advisors in reviewing degree progress. It organizes a student's academic transcript chronologically and categorically, identifying courses they have completed and courses still needed to fulfill the degree requirements.