|Rolling Admission Deadline:||07/31|
|Rolling Decision Notification:||No|
|Early / Priority Application Deadline:||11/15|
|Regular Application Deadline:||04/15|
|International Application Deadline:||02/15|
|Application Deadline Round 1:||11/15|
|Notification Date Round 1:||12/18|
|Application Deadline Round 2:||02/15|
|Notification Date Round 2:||03/15|
|Application Deadline Round 3:||03/15|
|Notification Date Round 3:||04/15|
|In-State Application Fee:||$50|
|Out-of-State Application Fee:||$50|
|International Applicant Application Fee:||$50|
|Applications accepted for other terms than Fall:||Yes|
|Terms and Deadlines:||Accelerated students can start any term. 2 years start in fall quarter|
|Early Decision Programs:||Yes|
|Terms and Deadlines:||11/15|
|Transfer Applicants Accepted:||No|
|Admissions Process Need Blind:||Yes|
The Oregon MBA is a small rigorous program which combines cross-functional training in all the business disciplines with experiential learning and more focused study in nationally prominent areas, such as Entrepreneurship, Sports Business, Securities Analysis, and Sustainable Supply Chain Management. We’re proud to be an integral part of the Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon, the state’s flagship liberal arts institution and a member of the A.A.U., the prestigious association of 62 leading research universities in the United States and Canada.
Educational excellence at LCB rests on four pillars:
1. The integration of liberal arts strengths—critical thinking, concise writing, research expertise, and the ability to see the world through the eyes of others—with the cross-functional study of business;
2. A faculty committed to advancing business knowledge through outstanding research and to propagating the understanding of business through exceptional teaching;
3. A learning environment that promotes experiential, team-based education through the most advanced physical and technological infrastructure;
4. Experiential learning in partnership with industry that affords students numerous opportunities to apply classroom learning and expand ethics, communication, teamwork, and leadership skills.
What does that mean specifically for anyone interested in the Oregon M.B.A. program?
1. Students with differing undergraduate and work backgrounds as well as Oregon values: concern for community and environment; belief in active, balanced life-styles; commitment to innovation and entrepreneurial initiative;
2. Classes that are small, diverse, collaborative, and close-knit;
Instructors with impressive research and clinical credentials who take great personal interest in their students;
3. A rigorous first-year curriculum that combines cross-functional foundational knowledge with experiential learning through industry consulting;
4. Centers in entrepreneurship/innovation, leadership, sports business, securities analysis, and sustainable supply chain management that anchor the flexible second-year curriculum and serve as transmitters between disciplinary research and the interdisciplinary experience of the business community in Oregon and beyond.