All MBA students are required to accomplish 45-credit hours of graduate course work. Course descriptions can be found in the online Academic Catalog.
- BA 515 Marketing Strategies and Techniques (5 credits)
- BA 520 Financial Strategies and Techniques (5 credits)
- BA 530 Contemporary Management & Organization (5 credits)
- BA 540 Operations Management (5 credits)
- BA 550 Management Information Systems (5 credits)
- BA 560 Business Ethics, Government, and Society (5 credits)
- BA 570 International Business: Strategies & Techniques (5 credits)
- BA 580 Competition and Strategic Management (5 credits)
- BA 699 Capstone – Integrated Business Analysis (5 Credits)
Applicants should hold a baccalaureate degree in business or related degree (Agribusiness, Finance, Accounting, Economics, etc.) from an accredited institution. Applications without this are still encouraged to apply but will be asked to demonstrate competency in 13 core concept areas including management, marketing, finance, accounting and other core business principles. Competency must be demonstrated prior to beginning the program and can be demonstrated through academic record, online preparatory courses, testing, or professional work experience and certifications.
For the 2017-2018 academic year, the MBA program is only available in a 5-term program. Students complete two courses per term during the fall, winter, spring, and summer terms and BA 699 in the second fall term. A new program will be launched in 2018-2019 that will allow both a 5-term and 9-term option for students.
Five Term Plan
Fall (Term 1)
- BA 530 Contemporary Management and Organization
- BA 550 Management Information Systems
Winter (Term 2)
- BA 520 Financial Strategies and Techniques
- BA 560 Business Ethics, Government, and Society
Spring (Term 3)
- BA 540 Operations Management
- BA 570 International Business: Strategy and Techniques
Summer (Term 4)
- BA 515 Marketing Strategy and Techniques
- BA 580 Competition and Strategic Management
Fall (Term 5)
- BA 699 Master Project
MBA Grading Policy
Any student who receives a grade lower than a B- in any MBA course will be placed on probation and must meet with the MBA Program Coordinator. A second grade below a B- within the program will result in suspension from the program. In order to be reinstated, the student must meet with the MBA Faculty Committee and re-take at least one of the courses. Any grade below a C- is an unacceptable grade and the course must be repeated for a grade of B- or higher. In addition, students must have a minimum 3.00 grade point average in the program in order to graduate.
Eastern Oregon University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), located in Lenexa, Kansas.