Our 2023 ranking of the Top Online MBA Programs in Oregon. For an explanation of ranking criteria, click here.

Top Online MBA Programs in Oregon - 2023 College Rankings
1Oregon State UniversityCorvallis
2Portland State UniversityPortland
1. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon
Oregon State University

The College of Business at Oregon State University (OSU) has an AACSB-accredited MBA Program with four Tracks. All options can be completed entirely online or in a hybrid format (online and in-person/evenings). Tracks include Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Business Analytics, Organizational Leadership, and Marketing. All students will complete 45-60 credit hours, with an accelerated 21 month option or the traditional 30 month option.

The online components for both the OSU MBA are delivered through OSU Ecampus. Components include recorded lectures, case studies, and group projects. Course examples for the program include Service Operations Management, Leadership and Teams in Organizations, Business Analysis, Financial Supply and Sourcing Management, Markets and Institutions, Corporate Finance, and Supply Chain and Logistics Management.

Graduates of the Oregon State University Online MBA Program are prepared to pursue leadership roles in all industries. Many OSU College of Business alumni are hired at (or promoted within) companies across the country. Examples include Boeing, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Nike, Deloitte, Enterprise, Target, Adidas, Intel, Oracle, KPMG, PwC, Columbia, and Mass Mutual.

Founded in 1856 as Corvallis Academy, Oregon State University is one of just three land-, sea-, space-, and sun-grant universities in the U.S. The school serves approximately 35,240 students from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. Students at OSU have access to nearly 200 degree programs across two campuses and 11 colleges. The school also has Extension programs across all 36 Oregon counties, along with a dozen experiment stations. Oregon State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).

2. Portland State University, Portland, Oregon
Portland State University

In collaboration with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) - Division of Management, the School of Business at Portland State University (PSU) provides an MBA Program that can be completed 80% online and 20% in person. This AACSB-accredited program focuses on Healthcare. Other areas for this part-time, 21-month program include Leadership and Management; Finance, Marketing, and Strategy; Operations and Quality Management; and Understanding the Industry. In addition, students will complete a number of Capstone and Application Projects.

Consisting of 63 credit hours, the Healthcare MBA at Portland State University follows a cohort structure and includes courses such as Business Strategy in Healthcare; Design & Innovation; Skills for Healthcare Leadership; Executive Decision Making; Healthcare Economics; Business Intelligence; Operations and Quality Management; Healthcare Economics; Marketing & Strategic Communications; and Business Analytics. 

The program culminates with a Capstone that addresses real-time business problems and needs in healthcare. The Capstone is worth five credits.

Graduates of the Healthcare and other MBA programs at Portland State University are often hired for positions within three months of graduation. Many are promoted and/or receive salary increases within four months of graduation. PSU MBA graduates have been recruited by companies, organizations, and agencies such as Cisco, Lockheed Martin, Nike, Amazon, Google, Intel, Kaiser Permanente, Adidas, Thai Government IRS, Opendoor, SurveyMonkey, Technology Association of Oregon, SeQuential, United Nations, Vacasa, Universal Beijing Resort, and Opus Creative.

Portland State University opened in the summer of 1946 with 220 students. Today, the school serves approximately 22,015 students enrolled in more than 200 degree programs across nine colleges and schools. Portland State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).