— Enrique Casas Cofradía '23
Take the lead with a broad and customized business degree from Pacific University.
In a rich hands-on environment, Pacific business students develop skills in critical thinking, problem-solving and writing, as well as technical competency, oral communications, quantitative reasoning, ethics, and library and information literacy.
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Business Club & Marketing Association
The student-led Business Club organizes social events, activities, professional speakers and other workshops to help you prepare for your career. Open to business and non-business majors alike, the club offers opportunities for networking, professional development, resume building and fun! The American Marketing Association (AMA) group, also open to any student, helps students develop marketing skills through workshops, networking, case competitions, and community outreach.
The College of Business made two notable presentations at Pacific's annual Undergraduate Research Conference. One standout project explored women's online bonding in dating dilemmas, and the other delves into post-pandemic travel motivations.
Join AMA Club's WIX Workshop on Nov. 14 to build your website or portfolio using WIX. Attendees get a free one-year WIX upgrade. Register now and elevate your online presence!
Lena Cavusoglu, assistant professor of Marketing, has co-authored a chapter in the Handbook of Research on Ethnic and Intra-cultural Marketing. The chapter critically examines how Western beauty ideals in the fashion industry impact women of color.