Businesses are looking for leaders who bring a holistic approach to leadership – one that combines professional competence with character and courage to build a stronger business community. In short, they are looking for trusted leaders. The mission of the George Fox University School of Business is to prepare trusted leaders who will transform business. MBA full-time and part-time programs Our 11-month, full-time MBA program offers an ethics-based, holistic curriculum with a global perspective. Classes begin in August and conclude in June, with students attending class on our Newberg, Ore., campus Monday through Thursday and taking part in Friday seminar courses that involve travel to Portland-area corporations. Our part-time MBA program is designed for working professionals who seek to become more effective managers and leaders. Offered at our Portland Center near Tigard, Ore., this 26-month program conducts classes one evening a week and occasional Saturdays, allowing you to earn your MBA while maintaining your regular day job. The part-time MBA was offered in Boise until 2012. Doctor of Business Administration George Fox’s doctor of business administration program is designed for business professionals who wish to enhance their careers as executives, consultants or university professors. Students complete courses in three core areas of study – business, research and education – and choose a management or marketing concentration for in-depth study. Students take classes online and come to the Newberg campus for three four-day residencies. Undergraduate School of Business Degrees George Fox’s School of Business offers undergraduate degrees in accounting, economics, finance, global business, entrepreneurship, marketing and management. Students also have the option of completing an interdisciplinary degree in business and one other discipline outside of business.
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