Business Administration Graduate Major (MBA, PhD)
Graduate Areas of Concentration
Also available via Ecampus.
The Master of Business Administration program features an innovative, advanced business curriculum that ties together the functional disciplines of business. It is open to both business and non-business undergraduates. Core courses include business law, accounting, finance, operations, management and marketing.
The program provides the knowledge and skills that effective leaders need—preparing graduates to create, build and manage global enterprises that are socially responsible. Sustainable businesses operate deftly to simultaneously meet economic, social and environmental challenges. That’s why applied projects are woven into our curriculum—so our graduates are ready to make smart, bold moves that solve complex problems and make a positive impact on the world.
The MBA program is a place for students to pursue their dreams and push their boundaries. Students learn to build and lead teams, integrate disciplines, work under pressure and multitask—the same skills they will rely on when they leave campus.
For more information, email MBAInfo@bus.oregonstate.edu or call 541-737-5510
The MBA requires 60 credits of course work, including 15 credits of Core-1 courses, 27 credits of Core-2 courses, and 18 credits within one of the six available graduate options:
Supply Chain and Logistics Management
|Core-1 Course Work 1|
|BA 513||BUSINESS LEGAL ENVIRONMENT||3|
|BA 514||OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT||3|
|BA 515||MANAGERIAL DECISION TOOLS||3|
|BA 516||CREATING VALUE IN EXCHANGE||3|
|BA 517||MARKETS AND VALUATION||3|
|Core-2 Course Work|
|BA 528||FINANCIAL AND COST ANALYSIS||3|
|BA 540||CORPORATE FINANCE||3|
|BA 550||ORGANIZATION LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT||3|
|BA 555||PRACTICAL BUSINESS ANALYSIS||3|
|BA 561||SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT||3|
|BA 569||ADVANCED STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT||3|
|BA 572||ADVANCED INFORMATION SYSTEMS||3|
|BA 590||MARKETING MANAGEMENT||3|
|MGMT 559||MANAGING ETHICS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY||3|
|Option-Specific Course Work|
|Select 18 credits||18|
Core-1 requirements may be waived if a candidate has a recent undergraduate major in business, or has completed equivalent course work within an undergraduate business minor.
Major Code: 2050