Earn your Master’s in Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Marylhurst
Move your career forward with an MBA focused on you: your time, your values, your goals. The Marylhurst MBA in Portland, Oregon prepares you to lead and succeed in the rapidly changing world of business. Whether you want to move up within your career, change careers or simply gain more business acumen, our distinct Business Administration program can help you achieve your professional goals. And our MBA program is flexible – complete courses online, in the evenings or on the weekends.
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Evening/weekend classes on campus in Portland or 100% online.
MBA INFO SESSION
(Aug. 23, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. | Belluschi Pavilion)
Meet faculty and advisers from the School of Business in a small-group setting to learn about Marylhurst’s accredited MBA programs, the application process and newly announced scholarships. RSVP today.
Why Choose the Marylhurst MBA?
Our MBA is accredited by IACBE and the university is regionally accredited by NWCCU.
100% online option available or take evening and weekend classes. For campus classes, attend one night a week.
94% of Marylhurst MBA graduates are currently employed at companies like Nike, Comcast, Siemens and Alaska Airlines. 75% reported a salary increase since graduating.
No GMAT required for admissions. Clear pathways to graduation. Complete program in as few as 18 months.
Small classes (even online) with expert faculty, and an extensive alumni network connected to industry leaders.
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MBA Admissions Requirements
No GMAT required. The Marylhurst MBA program is for working professionals who have at least five years of professional experience, which makes our students career-minded, engaged and connected through industry networks.
The MBA program is now accepting applicants for 2017.
Applicants need to have a bachelor’s degree and at least a 3.0 GPA.
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After graduating in 2015 with an MBA in Sustainable Business, Travis Douville was hired by Vestas, a global company dedicated to wind energy solutions.
A beautiful, historic campus
Marylhurst University is located just 10 miles south of downtown Portland and just minutes from the beautiful Willamette River. More than 60 tranquil acres make up our campus with historic buildings built in the 1930s. Come take a tour. Parking is free.
Inspiring Change Since 1893
Marylhurst University has a legacy of inspiring change both locally and globally grounded in vision, courage and faith. Our foundresses – the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary – crossed a continent in 1859 to establish St. Mary’s Academy and later, Marylhurst University, providing access to an exceptional education in our region. In the 1920s, the Sisters fought the KKK in Oregon and won. They built a beautiful university campus that opened in 1930, a year into the Great Depression. They advocated for passing Oregon’s minimum wage law, one of the first in the nation, and succeeded. This took vision, courage and faith.
Today, this legacy carries forward in our values at Marylhurst. Our faculty and staff are committed to academic excellence rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition, providing exceptional graduate programs and degree completion programs to men and women of all faiths and backgrounds. Our students are savvy and self-motivated; they have the courage to go back to school, the faith in each other and themselves to succeed, and the vision to move their careers forward and inspire change in their communities and beyond.
Why Choose Marylhurst
Regionally accredited (NWCCU accredited)
Professionally focused institution centered on helping you advance your career
Small, discussion style classes with renowned faculty who focus on you – even online
Team-orientated coursework with opportunities to network and form connections
Beautiful classroom environment located on our tranquil campus just 10 miles south of Portland
More than 122-year history of academic excellence
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