Best Business Schools in Oregon

Also known as School of Business, a Business School is an education institution that offers bachelor or graduate degrees in management or business administration. This page lists all accredited business schools in Oregon that provide full-time or part-time graduate business education leading to an MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree.

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Oregon State University (OR)
College of Business
Bexell Hall 200 Corvallis, OR 97331
Admissions Phone: (541) 737-4411
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Portland State University (OR)
School of Business Administration
PO Box 751 Portland, OR 97207-0751
Admissions Phone: (503) 725-4733
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University of Oregon (Lundquist) (OR)
Lundquist College of Business
1208 University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403-1208
Admissions Phone: (541) 346-3306
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University of Portland (Pamplin) (OR)
Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr. School of Business Administration
5000 N. Willamette Boulevard Portland, OR 97203-5798
Admissions Phone: (503) 943-7225
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Willamette University (Atkinson) (OR)
Atkinson Graduate School of Management
900 State Street Salem, OR 97301-3922
Admissions Phone: (503) 370-6167
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Oregon – State information

State name Oregon
State nickname Sunset State
Capital Salem
Largest city Portland
Area 254 800 km 2
Population 3 930 065
Joined the Union Feb 14, 1859
The biggest cities Salem
Natural attractions Mount Hood (Cascade Mountains), Crater Lake National Park, Columbia River Canyon, hot springs
Main industries timber production, engineering, fruit and vegetable growing, cattle breeding

Oregon has a beautiful landscape with high, densely forested mountains, a series of snow-capped volcanoes, plateaus and plateaus cut through deep valleys and canyons. The forests in the west and northeast are the main assets of Oregon, the east is filled with semi-desert areas. See Oregon abbreviation.

In the 16th century, both Great Britain and Spain claimed the territory, yet a large and diverse population of Indians lived untouched until 1792, when Robert Gray (1755–1806) penetrated the Oregon along the Columbia River. Fur hunters soon came from the east, and in 1811 John Jacob Astor (1763-1848) made it easier for white pioneers to set up the Astoria Mall. The following decades saw a growing influx of settlers coming along the Oregon Trail. Most of them settled in the Willamete Valley between the Cascade Mountains and the Coastal Zone. In 1842, Britain relinquished its claims to Oregon, which later became the 33rd state of the Union.

Oregon has traditionally been a state for farmers and foresters, making it the first state to introduce strict car exhaust controls. Here, too, the ashes of St. Helena volcano caused serious damage to the forests. The state’s economy has diversified in recent decades and is prospering relatively well. The importance of tourism is growing and Oregon is becoming a paradise for skiers and anglers.

Business Schools in Oregon