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.

 

Physics and business administration major Enrique Casas Cofradía '23
“I made a great choice, coming to a school where I can meet the professors and develop these close relationships.”

— Enrique Casas Cofradía '23

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Choose a Business Concentration

Students may choose to focus their business administration program with a concentration in accounting, finance, international business, management and marketing.

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.

 

College of Business Placement Services offers specialized one-on-one support for students and alumni. Placement Services supports students through the college experience, develops internships programs with local businesses, and connects with Pacific’s wide alumni network in business and industry. Learn more about Placement Services in the College of Business.

 

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Hossein Rikhtehgar Berenji

Pacific University College of Business Assistant Professor Hossein Rikhtehgar Berenji has received the Paul Lawrence Fellowship from the North American Case Research Association.

Calling all creative types to design the logo and basic style guide for a new club on campus — The Link! The winning prize is a $45 Amazon gift card.

Are you passionate about libraries (or even just deeply curious) and want to help shape Pacific's library services? Consider applying to become a member of the University Libraries' Student Advisory Board.