The Charles H. Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon has been motivating students to discover, innovate, and serve for over a century. Its prestigious dual AACSB accreditation, liberal arts foundation, excellence in research, and dedicated faculty help equip business students to lead with purpose, drive, and ambition. Graduates are confident to succeed anywhere in the world and their specific fields of study and value individuality, diversity, sustainability, stewardship, inclusion, and integrity.
Lundquist educates every level of business student, from Bachelors to Doctorate. Undergraduates choose from a Bachelors in Accounting and a Bachelors in Business Administration with concentration options in Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Sports Business, or Operations & Business Analytics. Those with an even higher standard of work ethic and intellect can participate in the Business Honors Program. Both Accounting and Business Administration degree students qualify to apply for the over $500,000 in scholarships awarded by the CoB.
Graduate studies consist of a Masters in Finance, Accounting, Sports Product Management, and Business Administration. The MBA is offered in full-time, accelerated one-year, and flex formats and allows students to specialize in Finance & Securities Analysis, Sports Business, Advanced Strategy & Leadership, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and Sustainable Business Practices. There is also an Executive MBA and a Juris Doctor/MBA dual degree combining business and law. Doctoral candidates can pursue a Ph.D. in Finance, Marketing, Accounting, Management, or Operations Management. Graduate students qualify for merit-based scholarships, work-study, and graduate employment opportunities.
Taking their education abroad gives students a heightened sense of independence, a deep understanding of international business, and an experience that both changes their life and gives them a competitive edge in the marketplace. Lundquist students can study business in a wide variety of countries in various lengths of time and can receive scholarships to help fund the trip.
Experiential education is what a student’s life is all about. It breeds excitement and confidence and can be fun and challenging all at the same time. First-year students can explore business with other business students and live together, study together, and learn together in the Business Academic Residential Community. All students can experience learning through participation in a business-specific student club. These groups include the Business Operations & Technology Association, American Marketing Association, Diverse Organization of Business Students, Net Impact, Investment Group, Sales Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, Toastmasters Club, Women in Business, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Club, Music Industry Collective, Financial Management Association, and the Warsaw Sports Business Club. The Oregon Consulting Group is student-run and provides mentorship and incredible opportunities for students to consult with real companies on real-world business issues.
The four Centers of Excellence give business students a chance to “learn by doing,” while working hands-on with real-world projects for the local community and beyond. The centers are the Cameron Center for Finance & Securities Analysis, the Center for Sustainable Business Practices, the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship, and the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center.