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*An additional $17 per credit hour will be applied to graduate accounting and business administration courses.
About the Master of Business Administration
Your online MBA from EOU will make you a strong competitor in business and industry by showing your desire for greater responsibility and bigger impact. You will gain advanced knowledge in leadership, management and budgeting strategies. You will select elective courses to prepare for the career you want.
EOU Online has received notable awards through the online master’s in business administration: the 2017-18 Public College of Distinction award, the 2017 Best Value of Online Business Degrees by Discover Business.Us award, and the Top 20 Best Online Colleges in Oregon award from Online College Plan. Our MBA program is unique, affordable and noteworthy not only in the Pacific Northwest but also in the nation.
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, read the PDF at the link here.
Online MBA Curriculum
The online MBA program requires a core of credit hours. You will learn advanced techniques in management, marketing, finance, global business, sustainability, optimization and decision making. Creativity and innovation are key focuses of the core curriculum.
Then, you will select elective courses. Topics of approved electives include business and the environment, emotional intelligence, alternative business strategies and disaster recovery. You could study agribusiness, tax regulations or even advanced accounting. Yet another option is a 3-credit-hour course for a topic of your choosing.View Courses
“As a full-time working professional, taking classes online was the best option for my busy schedule. EOU’s remarkable staff made my transition seamless and the instructors challenged me to succeed. Even though the tuition is already very affordable, there were many scholarship opportunities that helped me finance my education. I had such a positive experience that I decided to continue my education with EOU’s MBA program this fall.”– Lacey Towers, 2016; Student Programs and Social Media Coordinator, Treasure Valley Community College; Ontario, Oregon
What It’s Like to Study Online
Earning your degree online at Eastern Oregon University is a great opportunity because there are no on-campus requirements. You will have access to the same professors, content and opportunities as on-campus students, only in a creative digital format. Our professors work on campus and are professionals and experts who are trained to deliver innovative, engaging online education.Online Experience
The Value of an EOU Online MBA
We feature affordable tuition, especially when compared to similar universities. The total cost of your program (assuming no transfer credits) is just under $22,000. The cost per credit hour for EOU online graduate courses is $487.50. An additional $17 per credit hour will be applied to graduate accounting and business administration courses.*
About 92 percent of online students benefit from financial aid and scholarships to cover part of these costs.
*A cost differential will be applied to ACCT, BA and ECON prefix courses.
Per Term: Based on 18 credits. Costs for average competitors are estimations of state schools found on public university websites.
- Prepare for greater levels of responsibility and compensation
- Update and expand your professional knowledge
- Receive an identical online curriculum to the on-site curriculum
- Create long-term enterprises
- Inspire organizational prosperity
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that accountants and auditors make a median annual salary of $70,500.¹
Budget analysts, a related occupation, can make a median annual salary of $76,220.²
The BLS also reports that business and financial operations occupations are projected to grow 7 percent from 2018 to 2028, faster than the average for all occupations.³
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the answers to a few frequently asked questions about this program.
While most of EOU’s degree programs require a minimum grade of C- to pass with credit, the MBA program considers a C- unacceptable. B- is the lowest passing grade for an MBA course. This ensures that you are prepared to enter a competitive field after graduation and perform well.
Yes, online education is well respected throughout a variety of fields and industries and there is no difference between the online MBA and on campus. On top of that, the Master of Business Administration program at EOU is accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE). This affiliation represents EOU’s commitment to a quality business education and consistent, continuing evaluation.
Students are required to choose elective courses. Topics of approved electives include business and the environment, emotional intelligence, alternative business strategies and disaster recovery. You could study agribusiness, tax regulations or even advanced accounting. Yet another option is a three-credit-hour course for a topic of your choosing. You can learn more about coursework for the MBA here.
Yes, the MBA program is accredited by the IACBE.
Tuition for the MBA is $22,000. You need to complete 45 credits at $487.50 per credit hour. You can review all tuition costs here.
¹Accountants and Auditors. Sept. 4, 2019. Retrieved Sept. 19, 2019, from https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/accountants-and-auditors.htm
²Budget Analysts. Sept. 4, 2019. Retrieved Sept. 19, 2019, from https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/budget-analysts.htm
³Business and Financial Occupations. Sept. 4, 2019. Retrieved Sept. 19, 2019, from https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/home.htm