You can earn your MBA as a part-time student in Portland or Corvallis, or full-time in Corvallis. Our Portland programs are taught using a hybrid model in which about 80 percent of the course material is online, and the remaining content is presented face-to-face in class. Our Corvallis program is in-person. Learn more.
Fridays in Austin is an initiative created by the College of Business to provide business students with professional and leadership development opportunities. The Friday workshops and seminars are open to all College of Business students and they are a required component of the new First Year Experience for new all new business students. Read more .
At the College of Business, we realize that one of the keys to a great experience is putting your education into action – which is why our hands-on, experiential learning programs are such a good complement to your work in the classroom. Learn more .
Does anything seriously say welcome to summer as aptly as hot weather and baseball? Well, here at the College of Business, we are finally getting our hot weather as we said goodbye to some 700 seniors and 70 MBA graduates, and we are still getting us some baseball! As we mentioned in a previous post Continue reading
Your business is constantly growing and evolving, aiming to get to the next level of success. As it changes, it will move through various stages of the business life cycle. In this OSU College of Business SOLVE panel, we explore how businesses adapt, evolve and shift. A panel of experts will discuss roadblocks, challenges and Continue reading
We are excited to share this news: College of Business junior KJ Harrison and two more of his baseball teammates were named to the CoSIDA (Collegiate Sports Information Directors of America) Academic All-District 8 team. Our men s baseball team is the only Division-I team across the eight districts to have three players selected. All three Continue reading