In our management programs, students apply the theories they encounter in class to real-world projects and externships. The curriculum is designed to provide students with solid preparation for leadership in today's high-tech business environments or to pursue professional licensure or MBA studies.
Bachelor of Science in Management, with options in:
- Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management
Every business needs money and someone to keep track of it. That's where accountants come in. At Oregon Tech, aspiring accountants learn business and management principles along with computerized accounting applications and the principles of tax, financial and cost accounting. The curriculum is designed to prepare grads to sit for the CPA or CMA exams, as well as for careers in the fast-paced, high-tech 21st-century business environments.
Accounting Information Systems
Income Tax Procedures
Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management Option
Have you ever wanted to run your own business? Are you bursting with good ideas, but don't have the know-how to put them into practice? Then our Management degree in Entrepreneurship/Small Business may be just the thing for you. In this major, you'll be equipped to understand all aspects of management. You'll be able to utilize these skills in either a small business or as a unit manager in a larger business. Entrepreneurship/Small Business majors spend their days learning practical matters of business, like writing business plans, starting and operating a business, cash-flow management, costing and pricing products and global opportunities.
Human Resource Management
Business on the Internet
Small Business Management
Controversial Issues in Management
They say that half of every dollar in business today is spent on some form of marketing. Marketing is a massive industry with room for you if you're motivated, energetic, creative and sharp. But the first step toward a marketing career is good preparation. You'll get that at Oregon Tech, where the marketing option provides a broad background in business management before focusing on modern marketing practices and principles using real-world computer simulation, role-playing, case analysis and hands-on training. Marketing grads may find themselves in careers in management, advertising, research, consulting, distribution, sales or entrepreneurial enterprises.
Sales and Sales Management
New Product Development and Pricing