For years Eastern Oregon
was renown for its special policy of granting in-state tuition to out-of-state
students. That policy applied to graduate tuition as well as
undergraduate, but the policy was discontinued in 2011 due to political and
budget pressures. However, the policy did help to boost the profile of
the college and its MBA program
lasted, as students from around the country came to enjoy the magnificent
scenery of Oregon
and a quality education at a very affordable cost.
Though a “45 credit”
program, the Eastern Oregon MBA classes are five credits each, which means only
8 courses to complete the requirements, plus another five credits for a
graduate thesis requirement. The Eastern Oregon MBA is still a steal for
in-state residents, who will pay around $16,000 for their MBA tuition.
area residents, the program is offered via telecast at Mount Hood Community College
Prospective students may expect a high quality, Oregon University System degree
program offering a 360 degree orientation to graduate business education.
The Life: Located in La Grande, Oregon
, Eastern Oregon University
is the only independent Oregon
state university east of the Cascade Mountain Range with a graduate business
program. The campus itself is a central feature of La Grande and students
enjoy unrestrained access to the beauty and recreational value of eastern Oregon
is about a two and a half hour drive away.
The Drawbacks: The program claims to be fully
accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education
(IACSB), but is not AACSB or ACBSP accredited. What IACSB accreditation
means for a freshly minted MBA is uncertain
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