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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Dedicated professional business programs of instruction, research, and service.

This program is designed to prepare students for graduate school or positions in management, marketing, accounting, tourism, and finance and provides a theoretical framework of the business discipline with intensive education and practical experience in a concentration area.

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Eastern Oregon University offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentrations in:

This degree program is offered on the EOU campusonline, in Gresham and Astoria.


Minor in Business

The business minor is a 32 credit hour requirement of business classes designed to provide students majoring in another discipline knowledge of the environment of business and in the principles of business. More employers are seeking basic business skills in job candidates to avoid extra training.

Business Minor Checksheet

  • Students majoring in Liberal Studies may select the business minor as one of their focus areas.

  • Students must have a grade of C- or better in all required courses of the minor.

  • Students must complete a minimum of 15 credits (10 of which must be upper division) in the minor from the College of Business at Eastern Oregon University.

 All requirements for a minor in business are available on the EOU campusonline and in Gresham.

Associate of Arts in Administrative Management

The College of Business offers a two-year Associate of Arts degree in Administrative Management. The program is regional in nature and is intended to provide the skills and background necessary for employment in the complex and computerized world of the modern business office.  If a student decides to go on to get a bachelor’s degree in Business, all of the credits from the AA degree will apply toward it.

AA Checksheet

The Administrative Management degree curriculum is offered on the EOU campus.
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Flexible Course Delivery

This degree program is offered on the EOU campusonline and ONSITE at MHCC in Gresham.


Learn more about our online programs.

Transferring

Bring your current business education with you and finish at EOU. With many Oregon community college partnerships we have pathways designed for your success.


The Right Fit

EOU is recognized for its one-on-one advising support. Whether you are an on campus, onsite, or entirely online EOU's professional advising staff is available to guide you to graduation.


The Business Administration degree program provides a strong focus on practical, hands-on experience. Professionals in the business community suggested important concepts, experiences and skills that help students develop into effective business leaders.


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  • Take advantage of small class sizes.
  • Work closely with faculty in your concentration.
  • Access equipment & resources that provide practical experience in your specific area of interest.

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