An example of how an Oregon State MBA gives students an edge through hands-on projects involving real business problems with actual companies.
OSU business professor behind popular ‘Lord Birthday’ cartoons publishes first book.
Venezuelan fashion designer, Anielis Raas Lozada, Innovation Management MBA, is building a business plan to launch her brand in a world where the “fast fashion” model currently is the reigning theory for success.
Act-On Software CEO Kate Johnson, a 1998 graduate from the College of Business accounting program, has spent roughly equal parts of her professional career in the Silicon Valley and the Silicon Forest.
We’ve heard of speed-dating style interviews, mob interviews, elevator pitch competitions, but what, exactly, is a meet-up?
Portland-area students who prefer to live and learn in the city can continue to have convenient access to OSU business degrees through our online arm Ecampus.
Get in the field, work with the big brands, learn how it’s done, analyze the data, and make your report.
Dreams of skydiving, working for Elon Musk, backpacking across Europe ... these are just some of the hopes and goals of College of Business students.
Why not leverage the excellence of OSU’s nationally top-ranked Ecampus online degrees with a committed and conscientious employer like specialty coffee company Peet’s Coffee?
When E-Trade became – as Newcomb jokingly describes it – “the 14-year overnight success” with consecutive public offering in 1996 and 1997, Newcomb took his winnings and invested heavily in the places that shaped his life.