Applying to the Lundquist College of Business
The Lundquist College of Business offers BS and BA degrees in business administration and accounting. You can pursue a general business focus or choose a concentration in accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, information systems/operations management, marketing, or sports business. You could also choose to minor in business administration.
If you want to pursue an undergraduate degree in business at the University of Oregon, the first step is to apply to the university through the UO Office of Admissions and select “prebusiness” as your major. You'll be able to apply for full major status during your junior year, after completing premajor requirements.
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The Oregon MBA enables students to focus and engage graduate business education around four niche areas, corresponding with our centers of excellence: Warsaw Sports Marketing Center, Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship, Finance and Securities Analysis Center, Center for Sustainable Business Practices
Application for admission to the UO Lundquist College of Business Oregon MBA is two-fold. There is an application to the UO Graduate School as well as an Oregon MBA application process.
The college's executive education program is offered in Portland through our Oregon Business Institute. In addition to short courses, the Oregon Business Institute offers and executive MBA degree designed for working professionals and emerging business leaders.
Admissions are coordinated through the Oregon Business Institute in Portland. Several information sessions take place during the year.
Our accredited Master of Accounting program, MAcc for short, prepares students for successful careers while moving beyond debits and credits to help individuals develop critical thinking and business acumen.
Prospective MAcc students must apply online, submitting two applications: one to the MAcc program and one to the UO Graduate School.
The Lundquist College of Business PhD Program is rigorous and challenging. It is also small and collegial, enabling a close apprenticeship relationship with faculty members who are productive scholars and enthusiastic mentors.
For admission to the PhD Program, a student must satisfy Lundquist College and UO Graduate School admission requirements, provide evidence of scholarly promise, and be recommended.