Here at the OSU College of Business blog you’ll find stories and snippets about student and faculty excellence, upcoming events, and exciting new programs.

The blog is edited by College of Business storyteller Steve Lundeberg. You can reach Steve at steve.lundeberg@OregonState.edu if you have any questions or have something you’d like to see here.

The College of Business takes creative, adventurous students and gives them the tools to succeed when they get their degrees, whether it’s a Bachelor’s, an MBA or a Ph.D. Our students travel the world, start their own innovative businesses and learn that there’s a social return on everything they do – so that when they’re ready to head out into their communities, they’re ready to make a positive impact.

Over the last several years, the College of Business has grown in size, impact and reputation. Fall 2014 enrollment includes 3,525 undergraduate and graduate students, compared to 2,226 just ten years ago — an increase of more than 58 percent! Like the rest of our university, the college attracts increasingly higher achievers with particular excellence in such areas as accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, management and marketing.

The college now offers more undergraduate majors than any other college of business in the Oregon University System. The MBA program, with options to complete your MBA in Portland and Bend, is now at capacity and recently approved a new MBA track in business analytics as well as the option to earn a Ph.D. Adding to its momentum, the college recently received reaffirmation of accreditation by the premier accrediting agency for degree programs in business schools, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

Whether you’re a prospective student, current student, alumnus or business partner, check out what we are up to.  It is an exciting time at the college and we’re here to be a resource for business education.

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