move your career

forward.

Learn about Concordia’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.

Put the power of a Concordia MBA to work for you

The MBA program at Concordia University-Portland gives students the tools to succeed in tomorrow’s global and technology-driven business environment, including the ability to adapt to changing market forces. Concordia’s relevant and customizable curriculum not only equips you to be comfortable with change, but also helps you anticipate and embrace it.

Relevant and rigorous, our case-based curriculum provides the knowledge and applied experiences necessary for career advancement — with customizable capstone projects, several dynamically evolving concentrations, and Professional Practice, a new accelerated track for professionals with graduate-level degrees or certificates.

 

 

The MBA program at Concordia University-Portland gives students the tools to succeed in tomorrow’s global and technology-driven business environment, including the ability to adapt to changing market forces. Concordia’s relevant and customizable curriculum not only equips you to be comfortable with change, but also helps you anticipate and embrace it.

Learn more about Earning your MBA

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MBA Networking Event

Thursday, November 14, 2019 | 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Curious about Concordia’s MBA Program?

Join us on Thursday, November 14, from 6:30pm-8:30pm for an MBA Networking Event & Information session. Enjoy refreshments while you get to know other business professionals and learn more about Concordia University-Portland’s MBA program.
  • Talk with Concordia faculty, staff, students, and alumni and get all your questions answered
  • Gain insight about personal and organizational branding from guest speaker Nelson Pratt, Director of Corporate Marketing at Navex and adjunct professor of marketing at Concordia
  • Bring a friend or colleague for an evening of networking

TRANSFORM YOUR CAREER

Getting an MBA from Concordia University can enhance your salary potential, build new career opportunities, and create your professional network. You will be challenged to find and follow your passion, forge meaningful connections, and apply your talents. 

 

Concentration tracks include:

  • Leadership and Management
  • Finance
  • Health Care Administration
  • General Business
  • Project Management
  • Professional Practice

HIGHER LEARNING

AT A LOWER COST

Concordia offers a variety of scholarships, grants, and benefits to help reduce the financial burden of pursuing an MBA degree. For example, every MBA student receives a $4,000 Career Track Scholarship (or scholarship of greater value) as well as free textbooks*. Our financial aid counselors will work with you to find all the ways you can save.

*New students enrolling in Summer 2019 and beyond are eligible for free textbooks. Ebooks will be provided whenever available. Students will need to purchase their own Harvard Case Studies.

PROGRAM OPTIONS

THAT FIT YOUR LIFE

Our unique case-based approach is designed to fit your busy schedule. That’s why our MBA program offers you convenient scheduling with classes available on weeknights and online.

Following the cohort model, our small class sizes and personal attention from professors are designed with your success in mind. The workload is challenging but manageable, allowing you to accomplish your academic goals while maintaining your career and family commitments.

Why Concordia?
  • Concordia University (CU) has been preparing leaders for the transformation of society since 1905
  • The knowledge and tools you receive here can be used immediately to positively affect your community
  • Professors are well-respected classroom teachers and administrators
  • Be part of 3toPhD®, a partnership between CU, Portland Public Schools, Kaiser Permanente, basics (formerly Pacific Foods), and Trillium Family Services that we hope becomes a national model to help build healthy school communities

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