The Lundquist College of Business offers BS and BA degrees in business administration. All students who are successfully admitted to the major will complete a set of ten upper-division core courses and seven additional electives. Business administration majors can choose to pursue a general business degree or select to concentrate in one of five areas: entrepreneurship, finance, marketing, operations and business analytics, and sports business.
Business Premajor Courses
Premajor core business courses must be taken at the University of Oregon.
In addition, international students are required to take Academic English for International Students (AEIS) courses or produce English language proficiency test scores (575 on the TOEFL paper-based test, 89 on the TOEFL internet-based test, or 7.0 in the IELTS).
|Core Courses 1|
|BA 101||Introduction to Business||4|
|ACTG 211||Introduction to Accounting I||4|
|ACTG 213||Introduction to Accounting II||4|
|EC 201||Introduction to Economic Analysis: Microeconomics||4|
|EC 202||Introduction to Economic Analysis: Macroeconomics||4|
|Additional Courses 2|
|BA 240||Managing Business Information||4|
|MATH 241||Calculus for Business and Social Science I||4|
|MATH 243||Introduction to Methods of Probability and Statistics||4|
|Select one of the following:||8|
|College Composition I|
and College Composition II
|College Composition I|
and College Composition III
Business Administration Requirements
|Seven business courses from at least three business departments 1|
|Non-business breadth requirement courses 2||24|
|Global context courses 3||12|
Four of the courses may be taken in one concentration area. Concentrations are optional and do not appear on UO academic transcripts or diplomas.
Courses should be interrelated and coherent set consistent with student's career goals. A nonbusiness minor meets this requirement, as does two years of language study. Nonbusiness breadth plans must be approved and on file in the Advising Office; assistance in planning individualized programs is available in the advising office.
Courses focus on international, cultural, historical, political, economic, or social issues of a geographic region and the culture of one country or region other than the student’s native country. Language courses beyond the first year satisfy this requirement. Global context plans must be approved by an advisor in the Advising Office.
|BA 308||Leadership and Communication||4|
|BA 325||Business Law and Ethics||4|
|BA 453||Business Strategy and Planning||4|
|FIN 311||Economic Foundations of Competitive Analysis||4|
|FIN 316||Financial Management||4|
|MGMT 311||Managing People in Organizations||4|
|MKTG 311||Marketing Management||4|
|OBA 311||Business Analytics I||4|
|OBA 312||Business Analytics II||4|
|OBA 335||Operations Management||4|
Upper-division core courses typically are completed during junior year.