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University of Oregon The Charles H. Lundquist College of Business

Eugene, OR
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Academics & Programs

The Oregon MBA Says...

Academic Programs
The Oregon MBA Program is 1. Small and personal: The entering class size is maximally 60, and second-year electives average under 30 students. Students form close relationships with each other and their professors. 2. Collegial and diverse: Friendly cooperation takes the place of...
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The Oregon MBA Students Say...

The University of Oregon’s Charles H. Lundquist College of Business is a relatively small, green-oriented school offering an “excellent program in sustainable business practices,” a particularly “strong entrepreneurship tract,” and a top-ranked sports marketing and business program that, according... More More

Visiting And Contact Information

1208 University of Oregon

302 Peterson Hall

Eugene, OR 97403-1208

United States

Phone: 541-346-3306

Fax: 541-346-0073

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Curriculum / Academic Overview
Academic Calendar: quarters
Degrees Offered: Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) (21 months) Master of Business Administration Accelerated M.B.A. (9-11 months)
Joint / Combined Degrees Offered: JD/MBA (4 academic years) MBA/M.Actg (3 academic years) MBA/MPA (3 academic years) MBA/MS (3 academic years)
Concentrations: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Investment Banking, JD/MBA - Dual Degree, Media/Entertainment Sports Management
Study Abroad Options: Denmark, Copenhagen Business School (CBS) France, Reims "International Management Program" (ESC Group)
Online Course Catalog: http://uocatalog.uoregon.edu/
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Faculty

Student Faculty Ratio
3:1
Total Faculty
44
Academic specialties of facultyURL
Accounting Researchlcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/ActgFaculty.aspx
Finance Researchlcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/Fin.aspx?fin.3.txt
Management Researchlcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/MgmtFaculty.aspx
Marketing Researchlcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/Mktg.aspx
Decision Sciences Researchlcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/DscFaculty.aspx
Warsaw Sports Marketing Centerlcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/WsmcHome.aspx
Lunquist Center for Entreprenuershiplcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/LceHome.aspx
Finance & Securities Analysis Centerlcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/SacHome.aspx
Center for Sustainable Business Practiceslcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/CsbpHome.aspx
Center-Aligned Curriculumlcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/MbaAbout2.aspx
Sustainability
Courses in Sustainability: Yes
Sustainability course is: Optional
Description: Sustainability at the University of Oregon is not a new concept--it is in our DNA and part of our heritage. The Oregon MBA program offers sophisticated, analytical approaches to green business. We connect our students to the regional stream of innovation and integrity taking place around sustainable business throughout the Pacific Northwest. Students also travel to learn about other best practices, with four major business trips per class group, and scheduled speakers. Our new program manager for the Center for Sustainable Business Practices, Dr. Laura Strohm, brings with her twenty-five years of both academic and private-sector experience in sustainability. We have the Avamere Professor of Practice (Dr. Michael Crooke, former CEO of Patagonia) who focuses on integrating sustainability into advanced business strategy. On top of the conventional MBA core coursework, students who affiliate with the Center for Sustainable Business Practices complete an additional five sustainability courses and two quarters of real-world strategic planning projects to qualify for the graduate specialization.. Last, but not least, the rich sustainability curriculum and activities of the whole University of Oregon are open to our MBA students http://www.oregonmba.com/curriculum/tracks.html http://lcb.uoregon.edu/csbp/
Research Opportunities in Sustainability: Yes
Description: Within the overall Oregon MBA program, the Center for Sustainable Business Practices provides the platform for experiential learning on sustainability. The center complements and supports the Oregon MBA curriculum by linking students with industry via consulting projects and internships, seminars, speakers, and mentorships, leadership, and event management opportunities. Students are encouraged to tackle real-world, relevant challenges and issues in sustainability facing industry and government today and in the future. See http://lcb.uoregon.edu/csbp/ In addition to research opportunities for MBA students, the Lundquist College of Business offers a PhD program to pursue extensive academic research along side our faculty. Across several departments (management, marketing, decision sciences, finance and accounting) our faculty publish regularly on sustainable business topics, including sustainable supply chain operations, organizational change for social and environmental stewardship. corporate social responsibility, and product life-cycle analysis. The following is a list of publications from past year alone: Aydinliyim, Tolga, and M. Pangburn, 2012. Reducing Packaging Waste and Cost via Consumer Price Discounts, Decision Sciences, 43:6, p1063. Aydinliyim, Tolga and Nagesh. N Murthy. 2012. Managing Engineering Design for Competitive Sourcing in Closed-Loop Supply Chains Proceedings of the 17th MSOM Conference. Columbia University, June 2012. Under review by Management Science. Del Guercio, Diane and Hai Tran, 2012. Socially Responsible Institutional Investor Activism, chapter in H.K. Baker and J. Nofsinger, eds, Socially Responsible Finance and Investing, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Paquin, R. & Howard-Grenville, J. 2013. Blind dates and arranged marriages: Longitudinal processes of network orchestration. Organization Studies. In press. Paquin, R. & Howard-Grenville, J. 2012. The evolution of facilitated industrial symbiosis. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 16: 83-93. Howard-Grenville, J., Bertels, S., & Lahneman, B. forthcoming. Sustainability: How it shapes and is shaped by organizational culture and climate. In B. Schneider & K. Barbera (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Climate and Culture. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Howard-Grenville, J. & Bertels, S. 2012. Organizational culture and environmental action. In T. Bansal and A. Hoffman (Eds.) Oxford Handbook on Business and the Environment. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Howard-Grenville, J. 2012. Positive social change and the environment: New paths and processes. In J. Dutton and K. Golden-Biddle (Eds.) Exploring positive social change and organizations: Building a theoretical and research foundation. Routledge.Paquin, R., Tilleman, S., & Howard-Grenville, J. 2013. Is there cash in that trash? Factors influencing industrial symbiosis exchange initiation and completion. Under second review at Journal of Industrial Ecology. Howard-Grenville, J., Nelson, A., Earle, A., Haack, J., & Young, D. 2013. The Renaissance chemist or the schizophrenic scientist?: Ambiguity, identity, and insider-driven change. Under review at Academy of Management Journal. Howard-Grenville, J., Metzger, M., & Meyer, A. 2013. Rekindling the flame: Processes of identity resurrection. Academy of Management Journal, 56: 113-136. Kahle, Lynn R., and Eda Gurel-Atay, Eds. (in preparation). Communicating Sustainability for the Green Economy. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, expected 2013. Including: Chapter 1: Introduction to the Psychology of Communicating Sustainability, Lynn R. Kahle and Eda Gurel-Atay; Chapter 12. Legislating Packaging Behavior: Germany’s Green Dot Program, Lukas Jones, Scott Owen, and Lynn R. Kahle; & Chapter 15. Oregon’s Iconic Bottle Bill, Ethan Moskowitz and Lynn R. Kahle Nelson, A., Earle, A., & Howard-Grenville, J. 2012. Obliteration, symbolic adoption, and other finicky challenges in tracking innovation diffusion. Proceedings of the Seventy-first Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. (peer-reviewed). Pangburn, M., and E. Stavrulaki, 2013. Take Back Costs and Product Durability. Under review at the European Journal of Operational Research. Parmigiani, A. and Rivera-Santos, M. 2013. Sourcing for the Base of the Pyramid: Creating Supply Chains for Subsistence Markets, revise and resubmit, Journal of Operations Management, April. Husted, Bryan, Russo, Michael V., Basurto-Meza, Carlos and Tilleman, Suzanne G. An Exploratory Study of Environmental Attitudes and the Willingness to Pay for Environmental Certification in Mexico, Journal of Business Research, forthcoming, 2013. Russo, Michael V. and Minto, Amy. Competitive Strategy and the Environment: A Field of Inquiry Emerges, in Bansal, T. and Hoffman, A. (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Business and the Environment, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2012.
School's environmental commitment:  
1: . With a "silver" LEED designation, the Lillis Business Complex at the University of Oregon's Lundquist College of Business opened in 2003 and is recognized as the first certified environmentally friendly business school facility in the country. The Lillis Business Complex was the first LEED Certified government building in Oregon, and at the time it opened housed the largest solar installation in the Pacific Northwest.
2: The Center for Sustainable Business Practices was established in 2008 as part of a new MBA curriculum offering students the ability to focus their education in one of four curricular tracks. The sustainable business track in the Oregon MBA codified the University of Oregon’s commitment to sustainable business practices that has been part of the program and the state of Oregon’s heritage. We've been teaching and practicing it for almost two decades. For us sustainability is not just about protection and remediation, but also about innovation and a new paradigm of value creation. Sustainability matters to customers, financial markets, employees, and stakeholders. Future business leaders need to excel at building a competitive advantage while reconciling these diverse--and sometimes contradictory--demands. http://lcb.uoregon.edu/csbp/
3: . The Oregon MBA program and the Center for Sustainable Business Practices actively support student groups advancing the cause for sustainable business. They support both the MBA and Undergraduate Net Impact chapters at the University of Oregon. These Net Impact chapters see business students partner with law and other student on campus to regularly organize, manage, and host sustainability conferences. These conferences and events occur in Eugene in Portland and have included exceptionally prominent speakers and guest driving the regions sustainable business economy. See http://sprngconference.splashthat.com and http://law.uoregon.edu/org/gbisa/symposium
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Academic Support Services Offered
Non-US Student Support Groups:No
Women Support Groups:Yes
Description:http://wib.uoregon.edu/
Minority Support Groups:No
Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Support Groups:No
Academic Prep Programs for Incoming Students:Yes
Peer Tutoring Programs:No
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Degrees / Programs

  • Academic Experience Rating:
    88
  • Part Time Program:
    No
  • Evening Program:
    No
  • Executive MBA:
    Yes
  • Online MBA:
    No

Faculty

  • Student Faculty Ratio:
    3:1
  • Total Faculty:
    44
  • Full-Time Faculty:
    97.7%
  • Part-Time Faculty:
    2.3%
  • Female Faculty:
    29.5%
  • Minority Faculty:
    29.5%

Academic Services Offered

  • Academic Prep Programs:
    Yes
  • Peer Tutoring:
    No
  • Minority Support Groups:
    No
  • Women Support Groups:
    Yes