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Monday, November 23, 2009

Ranked by 2009-10 total enrollment (credit only)



RANK PROGRAM ADDRESS / PHONE DEAN / DIRECTOR YEAR EST. / TYPE TOTAL / FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT ANN. DEGREES / BUDGET SPECIALTIES / FOCUS
1Marylhurst MBA Program176000 Pacific Highway (Hwy. 43)
Marylhurst 97036 503.636.8141
Bob Hanks
1990
Private
671
35+
188
NA
General management, organizational behavior, profit, healthcare, real estate, sustainable business practices (renewable energy, green development, public policy, natural resources)
2MBA+ (Portland State University) 631 S.W. Harrison St., Ste. 540
Portland 97201 503.725.8001
Dr. Scott Marshall
1967
Public
450
86
127
$13.0m
Leadership, sustainability, innovation, finance, real estate, health care, food industry
3Willamette University MBA Atkinson Graduate School of Management900 State St.
Salem 97301 866.MBA.AGSM
Debra J. Ringold
1974
Private
283
283
100
$5.6m
MBA for Professionals (evening—Portland and Salem), MBA for Career Change (full-time - Salem)
4George Fox Univ. Part-Time and Full Time MBA Programs12753 S.W. 68th Ave.
Portland 97223 503.554.6123
Ken Armstrong
1992
Private
225
14
85
$1.1m
Management and leadership emphasized in 42-credit program; option to take additional 9 credits in area of concentration beginning Fall 2010 in finance, org. strategy and strategic HR mgmt. and strategic HR mgmt. open to individuals with approved business-related degree from regionally accredited institution
5University of Phoenix MBA 13221 S.W. 68th Pkwy., #500
Tigard 97223 503.495.2900
Flint Holland
1976
Private
200
200
NA
NA
Global management, technology management, accounting, etc.
6Dr. R. B. Pamplin, Jr. School (Univ. of Portland) 5000 N. Willamette Blvd.
Portland 97203 503.943.7224
Robin D. Anderson
Howard D. Feldman
1959
Private
128
61
58
NA
Marketing, finance, health care, entrepreneurship, operations and technology management
7Oregon MBA (University of Oregon)University of Oregon
Eugene 97403 541.346.3306
Dennis Howard
1923
Public
104
104
45
$670,000
Innovation/entrepreneurship, securities analysis, sports business, and sustainable business practices
8Eastern Oregon University MBA Program Zabel Hall 261, One University Blvd.
La Grande 97850 541.962.3668
Dr. Leslie Mueller
2004
Public
100
55
35
$234,000
General/applied
9OSU College of Business MBA 200 Bexell, OSU
Corvallis 97331 541.737.3716
Ilene Kleinsorge
Jim Coakley
1965
Public
86
NA
51
NA
Entrepreneurship and innovation
10Oregon Executive MBA (a University of Oregon degree program in partnership with OSU and PSU) 200 S.W. Market St., Ste. L101
Portland 97201 503.276.3622
Julianna Sowash
1985
Public
80
80
40
$1.8m
Designed for mid- to senior-level managers
11Corban College and Graduate School 5000 Deer Park Dr., S.E.
Salem 97317 503.589.8195
Dr. Jon Meyers
2008
Private
65
60
NA
NA
Non-profit management
12Concordia Univ. School of Mgmt. MBA 2811 N.E. Holman St.
Portland 97211 503.493.6548
Dr. Stephen B. Braun
Dr. Randall Donohue
2001
Private
61
61
25
NA
Asian business experience, health care
13School of Business & Mgmt. (NW Christian Univ.) 828 E. 11th Ave.
Eugene 97401 541.684.7200
Michael Kennedy
1999
Private
30
25
10
14Saturday Part-time MBA Cohort Program and Full-time MBA program (SOU)1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland 97520 541.552.8203
Donna Lane
2007
Public
25
45
NA
NA
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RANK PROGRAM ADDRESS / PHONE DEAN / DIRECTOR YEAR EST. / TYPE TOTAL / FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT ANN. DEGREES / BUDGET SPECIALTIES / FOCUS
1Marylhurst MBA Program176000 Pacific Highway (Hwy. 43)
Marylhurst 97036 503.636.8141
Bob Hanks
1990
Private
671
35+
188
NA
General management, organizational behavior, profit, healthcare, real estate, sustainable business practices (renewable energy, green development, public policy, natural resources)
2MBA+ (Portland State University) 631 S.W. Harrison St., Ste. 540
Portland 97201 503.725.8001
Dr. Scott Marshall
1967
Public
450
86
127
$13.0m
Leadership, sustainability, innovation, finance, real estate, health care, food industry
3Willamette University MBA Atkinson Graduate School of Management900 State St.
Salem 97301 866.MBA.AGSM
Debra J. Ringold
1974
Private
283
283
100
$5.6m
MBA for Professionals (evening—Portland and Salem), MBA for Career Change (full-time - Salem)
4George Fox Univ. Part-Time and Full Time MBA Programs12753 S.W. 68th Ave.
Portland 97223 503.554.6123
Ken Armstrong
1992
Private
225
14
85
$1.1m
Management and leadership emphasized in 42-credit program; option to take additional 9 credits in area of concentration beginning Fall 2010 in finance, org. strategy and strategic HR mgmt. and strategic HR mgmt. open to individuals with approved business-related degree from regionally accredited institution
5University of Phoenix MBA 13221 S.W. 68th Pkwy., #500
Tigard 97223 503.495.2900
Flint Holland
1976
Private
200
200
NA
NA
Global management, technology management, accounting, etc.
6Dr. R. B. Pamplin, Jr. School (Univ. of Portland) 5000 N. Willamette Blvd.
Portland 97203 503.943.7224
Robin D. Anderson
Howard D. Feldman
1959
Private
128
61
58
NA
Marketing, finance, health care, entrepreneurship, operations and technology management
7Oregon MBA (University of Oregon)University of Oregon
Eugene 97403 541.346.3306
Dennis Howard
1923
Public
104
104
45
$670,000
Innovation/entrepreneurship, securities analysis, sports business, and sustainable business practices
8Eastern Oregon University MBA Program Zabel Hall 261, One University Blvd.
La Grande 97850 541.962.3668
Dr. Leslie Mueller
2004
Public
100
55
35
$234,000
General/applied
9OSU College of Business MBA 200 Bexell, OSU
Corvallis 97331 541.737.3716
Ilene Kleinsorge
Jim Coakley
1965
Public
86
NA
51
NA
Entrepreneurship and innovation
10Oregon Executive MBA (a University of Oregon degree program in partnership with OSU and PSU) 200 S.W. Market St., Ste. L101
Portland 97201 503.276.3622
Julianna Sowash
1985
Public
80
80
40
$1.8m
Designed for mid- to senior-level managers
11Corban College and Graduate School 5000 Deer Park Dr., S.E.
Salem 97317 503.589.8195
Dr. Jon Meyers
2008
Private
65
60
NA
NA
Non-profit management
12Concordia Univ. School of Mgmt. MBA 2811 N.E. Holman St.
Portland 97211 503.493.6548
Dr. Stephen B. Braun
Dr. Randall Donohue
2001
Private
61
61
25
NA
Asian business experience, health care
13School of Business & Mgmt. (NW Christian Univ.) 828 E. 11th Ave.
Eugene 97401 541.684.7200
Michael Kennedy
1999
Private
30
25
10
14Saturday Part-time MBA Cohort Program and Full-time MBA program (SOU)1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland 97520 541.552.8203
Donna Lane
2007
Public
25
45
NA
NA
 

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Kate J
0 #1 Great list!Kate J 2010-07-12 18:41:14
Thanks for this comprehensive list. I'm current living in Texas and earning my MBA at Concordia University (http://mba.concordia.edu) but am looking to relocate to the Pacific Northwest. Does anyone have experience with Portland State University?
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