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Dr. Robert Pamplin Jr. School of Business Administration, University of Portland

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Overview

Our AACSB accredited business school offers an MBA with the option to concentrate in one of the following areas: Finance, Marketing, Operations Technology Management, Health Care, and Entrepreneurship. Our MBA Program requires all students tp complete a 36-39 semester hour program. MBA students choose the pace at which they complete the program; if you just need the 36-hour program and take two classes each semester (Fall, Spring, Summer), you could complete the program in two calendar years. Full-time students can complete the program in 1-2 years. Most classes are offered from 7:10-9:55 pm, one night weekly. We also have a small selection of courses offered from 4:10-6:55 pm. Our admission requirements are listed on the Internet at http://business.up.edu via the Pamplin School of Business link or the Graduate School link. The basic requirements are 500 GMAT, 570 TOEFL (230 CAT TOEFL, 88 iBT), 3.00 undergraduate GPA on a four-point scale, two recommendation letters, a statement of goals and an application ($50 application fee). In addition, we prefer that applicants have two years of full-time work experience before entering the program. For the 2008-2009 academic year, classes cost $820 per credit hour. All of our classes are three credit hours, and students' programs range in length from 36 to 39 semester hours. The cost of books averages approximately $100 per class (as a rough estimate!). A few other quick facts include: Our program is AACSB accredited, the highest level of national accreditation available to business schools; our program is flexible for the working professional; you will receive personal attention with small class sizes; and we are on a rolling admissions basis.

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