Juneteenth marks the date that the last enslaved people in America learned of their freedom on June 19, 1865, more than two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Please join Pacific University for a day filled with thought-provoking discussions and celebrations!
College of Business at Pacific University
The College of Business at Pacific University is located in the heart of Oregon's Washington County. Established in 2013, the College is built upon a 70-year tradition of excellence in business education.
Our mission is to foster a student-centered learning community that equips students with the skills to serve as principled leaders in a dynamic global environment.
Programs & Degrees
The College of Business offers undergraduate students the opportunity to study accounting, management, finance, international business, and marketing as a concentration within the Business Administration major. Additionally, students can major in accounting to fulfill the requirements of the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam.
The College of Business offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from our Hillsboro, Oregon campus which is designed for working professionals to continue their career while earning their degree. Learn how you can start your MBA program today!
Highlighted Student Resources
You will find resources and programs for professional development, support with formatting and editing resumes, assistance finding internship and job opportunities, and valuable connections from Pacific's close-knit alumni network. If you are a current student or Pacific Business Alumnus, or if you would like to let us know about a position within your company, contact the Placement Services Director, Wanda Frazier, today!
Travel Course Opportunities
Whether you are perusing your undergraduate education or your MBA with Pacific you will have the opportunity to gain global experiences first-hand through dynamic, location-based learning on travel courses.
Pacific University has received its first patent, marking the beginning of a new, entrepreneurial chapter for the university. It's for a device called HeartMic.