Oregon Tech's Business program is designed to develop business professionals by combining a strong business core with hands-on projects.

Students gain technology-infused business skills, giving graduates the edge in today's data-driven global marketplace. While developing analytical, critical thinking, and technology skills, our business degrees give students the unique flexibility to customize their program to best meet their professional goals.

Business Management degree

The business management option provides students with an array of paths to build just the right business tool box to meet their professional goals.

Business Analytics provides students with data analytics tools to make strategic and data-driven decisions in all areas of business.

Entrepreneurship/Innovation prepares students to work in cross-disciplinary teams to produce innovative solutions in small and large business environments.

Customized Program allows students to work with their advisor to build a unique business curriculum focused on their professional goals and interests.

Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science

IACBE Accredited

Oregon Institute of Technology 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.  See additional information regarding the accreditation and public disclosures.

Jobs and Careers in Business

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Oregon Workforce, business professionals and analysts are expected to experience continued growth over the short- and long-term.

Career Paths

  • Business Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • Marketing Research Analyst
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing and Business Development
  • Account Executive
  • Human Resource Manager

Recent business graduates have been employed by:

JELD-WEN
Columbia Forest Products
IBM
Intel
The Boeing Company
Uber
Google
Universal Studios
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Student, Class of 2018
“I chose Oregon Tech for two reasons; small class sizes and hands-on education. ”