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How Steve found the MBA Program which fit his needs and career goals

On a Wednesday evening, sitting outside a lab in the heart of Oregon’s Silicon Forest, Steve briefly glances at his notes to prepare for a weekend exam while he waits 5 minutes for tests to complete. He is sure to carry a copy of his notes, digital or physical, no matter where he goes for micro-study sessions like this one. For Steve, it was Wednesday nights like these which defined his MBA experience.

The Future of Business Schools

Ever since business schools opened their doors, members of the higher education community questioned their existence. Can we call business an academic discipline? What is the intellectual purpose and social utility of a business degree? Questions such as these, along with legitimate frustrations felt by non-business academics, are eloquently articulated in a recent article in the Chronicle of Higher Education entitled “Business Schools Have No Business in the University.”  

Pamplin School Ranked Top Part-time MBA Program in Oregon

The Pamplin School of Business Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program has been ranked 84th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, which released its 2017 U.S. News & World Report Best Grad School rankings last week. The Pamplin School is ranked highest out of Oregon institutions that offer part-time MBA programs. The full rankings can be seen on U.S. News & World Report’s website.

Part-time MBA programs have become popular with people who want to pursue advanced business degrees, but who have full-time jobs or family obligations which prevent them from enrolling as full-time students. Part-time MBA programs offer evening and and weekend classes and the flexibility for individuals to complete the classes at their own pace. The University of Portland’s MBA curriculum focuses on contemporary leadership by challenging graduate students to think cross-functionally about a variety of large and small business issues. Six areas of concentration are offered in the program, including entrepreneurship, finance, marketing, strategy, sustainability, and operations & technology management. The full curriculum can be seen on the program’s website.

There are four universities in Oregon with part-time MBA programs that are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and were included in the U.S. News & World Report rankings. These include the University of Portland, which was ranked highest in the state at #84, followed by Oregon State University (#103), Portland State University (#130), and Willamette University (#204). The University of Oregon, also accredited by AACSB, was not included in these rankings. Other Oregon schools with part-time MBA programs are not accredited by AACSB and therefore not included in these rankings.

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