College of Business

In the Pacific University College of Business …

We believe good communicators make good leaders. That is why every undergraduate business student takes coursework in writing and communication. Because your business plan is only as good as your ability to explain it and communicate it.

We believe that good listeners make good leaders. That is why every undergraduate business student at Pacific takes courses to build cultural and international competencies. Because you have to understand your audience before you can pitch your idea.

We believe in the power of trial and error. That is why every business student has the opportunity to pitch his or her business idea and to win $25,000 worth of start-up support through our Berglund Center for Innovation. More interested in finance? Join the College of Business Investment Club and learn portfolio investment skills with real money in real time. Because you have to learn which risks are the right risks.

We believe in rolling up our sleeves. That is why the College of Business has a dedicated internship coordinator to help place our students in actual businesses where they can test out what they are learning in the classroom. Because real learning happens at the juncture of theory and practice.

We believe in hard work. That is why the College of Business faculty members are committed to challenging their students in the classroom every single day. Because success requires commitment, resilience and grit.

Invest in your future with the Pacific University College of Business

The College of Business offers undergraduates the opportunity to study accounting, management, finance, international business, marketing and actuarial science. Apply today with Undergraduate Admissions!

The College of Business offers graduate students the option of pursuing a master of business administration (MBA) or a master of science in finance (MSF). Apply today for a graduate program in business!

The College of Business offers many opportunities for area businesses and business leaders to connect with faculty, students and staff. We would love to hear from you.