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College of Business

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The accounting program at EOU provides a solid foundation for success, no matter where your future plans lead.

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Business Administration

Our business degree refines curiosity for life and learning, as well as an awareness of social responsibilities and the ethical implications of  business decisions.

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Economics provides a rigorous program of quantitative and qualitative skills that translate exceptionally well to many future career paths.

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Master of Business Administration

Earn your Master of Business Administration degree.  Online, onsite and on campus.  EOU’s MBA is the best value in the Pacific Northwest and is taught entirely by full-time faculty at EOU.

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Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) at Eastern Oregon University is for those who have completed an Applied Associate degree at a community college and are interested in achieving a bachelor degree with an emphasis in Business Administration.

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Fire Services Administration

EOU’s FSA program offers fire service professionals the opportunity to obtain a bachelor’s degree in their professional field entirely online.

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Certificates and Business Minors

EOU’s certificates and business minors are available to EOU students.

Emergency Medical Services Administration

Designed primarily for paramedics and EMT’s seeking advanced knowledge related to the management and administration of emergency medical systems (EMS) and is available entirely online.

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The College of Business at Eastern Oregon University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA.  For a listing of accredited programs, visit.  https://iacbe.org/memberpdf/EasternOregon University.pdf