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Graduate Business Programs

Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR

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Details at a Glance

  • School Type

    gradPublic
  • Application Fee

    dollar-circle$75
  • Financial Aid Available

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Our Program

Earn your graduate degree in business at Oregon State University's top-ranked program in Portland, Corvallis, or fully online.

Our part-time Portland programs are taught using a hybrid model with a blend of online course material and face-to-face sessions, giving working professionals the ability to pursue a degree while maintaining their career.

Our Corvallis programs are offered in-person at our main campus in Corvallis, Oregon. We offer full-time and part-time program options in Corvallis.

Our part-time Online programs are offered asynchronously, fully online.

Students have the flexibility to easily move between modalities (online, hybrid and in-person) while staying on track to finish their degree. 

Our specialized tracks are designed with input and expertise from alumni and industry partners and are directly aligned to market needs. This translates into dynamic, relevant graduate curriculum that meets your needs and positions you well for your career. 

Specialized MBA tracks include:

MBA: Business Analytics track

MBA: Supply Chain & Logistics Management track

MBA: Organizational Leadership track

MBA: Human Resources Management track

MBA: Marketing track

MBA: Corporate Finance track

Master’s of Science in Business tracks include Marketing Insights and Analytics, Supply Chain Analytics, Finance and Financial Analytics. 

Our faculty bring students and industry together to work on projects that find solutions to problems that companies face in managing or growing their business. These robust project-based experiences foster networking, professional development, and industry connections and they help our graduates stand out with employers. 

We’re accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the global standard for business school. Only five percent of the world’s business schools have earned this distinction. For the third year in a row, our program has been the top-ranked part-time MBA in Oregon by U.S. News and World Report. 

Admissions

  • Application Fee

    dollar-circle$75

Requirements

  • checkbox-altGRE
  • checkbox-altGMAT
  • checkbox-altTOEFL
  • checkbox-altIELTS
  • checkbox-altCertified Academic Transcripts
  • checkbox-alt2 Letters of Recommendation
  • checkbox-altResume
  • checkbox-altShort Answer Questions

Application Deadline

More information on the application process and deadlines can be found online. 

Fall (Scholarship Priority Deadline): February 1

Fall (Regular Scholarship Deadline): May 1

Fall (Final Deadline): August 17

Winter: December 1

Spring: March 1

Summer: May 1

Student Body

  • Total Students

    pound280 Students
  • Female

    female53% Female
  • Male

    male47% Male

Inclusion

  • checkbox-altDedicated Diversity Office

What Our Students Say

  • I wanted to go with a program that afforded me some name recognition, to get an MBA from a place people had heard of and could relate to. I looked at other programs in Portland, and Oregon State was the best value. It’s significantly more cost effective and I couldn’t see the upside of paying that much more. Plus, traveling all over the country, I had to have flexibility.

    Nathan Peterson, MBA in Organizational Leadership ‘16
  • OSU made it easy to go back to school, and I’ve loved the MBA program and faculty. I’m a full-on supporter, and I’d recommend it to anyone. It definitely got me where I am today. The OSU MBA program is very flexible - not easy - but manageable, doable. And I’m glad it’s not easy. If it were, that would be an issue.

    Maria Sar, MBA in Organizational Leadership ‘16
  • I knew I wanted to work for an apparel company, ideally Nike, and it’s worked out great for me. I definitely got everything I wanted out of it. In the OSU MBA program, I not only learned in my classes and from my professors and instructors – my classmates were from all over the world. The smaller class sizes were really appealing, and we got a lot of hands-on feedback and support.

    Rachel Salazar, MBA in Supply Chain and Logistics Management ‘14

Tuition & Financial Aid

Additional Information

  • checkbox-altWork-study Programs Available
  • checkbox-altFinancial Aid Available
  • checkbox-altApplication Fee Waivers Available
  • checkbox-altMerit-Based Scholarships Available