MBA in Business Analytics (Online/In-person Hybrid)

Oregon State University's MBA in Business Analytics enables managers and other professionals to use big data and translate it into a better understanding of their operations, customers and markets. This 60-credit program is offered in a hybrid format, with a blend of online course work and in-person classes in Portland.

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Program faculty

Oregon State University's College of Business MBA faculty are dedicated to providing students with the best educational experience possible while preparing them for the post-diploma world. Not only do College of Business faculty teach, but they also conduct research, which has real-world implications that helps the economy thrive in Oregon and beyond.

Faculty in the business analytics MBA track include:

Program faculty - Amy BourneAmy Bourne, Ph.D., M.S.
Dr. Bourne is a senior instructor of accounting in the College of Business. She is a licensed CPA in Texas and was a university educator there before joining the faculty at Oregon State in 2007. Her research focus is on teaching and teaching styles. She teaches on campus and online for OSU and incorporates what she learns from each format and applies it to the other, with a keen eye for new technologies and ideas on pedagogy. Read more about Amy Bourne.

Program faculty | Byron MarshallByron Marshall, Ph.D., MBA
Byron's research interests emphasize the reuse of organizational data in informal node-link knowledge representations to support analysis tasks. Previous work includes applications in bioinformatics, business intelligence, digital library, law enforcement and education. Byron has 13 years of dynamic industry experience designing, creating and using computer systems in the cotton industry.

Program faculty | V.T. RajaV.T. Raja, Ph.D.
Dr. Raja is an instructor of business information systems in the College of Business. His current research interests include the areas of virtual collaboration and legal aspects of cloud computing.



Program faculty | Inara ScottInara Scott, J.D., M.S.
Inara practiced law for over a decade before joining the faculty at Oregon State. In private practice, she represented clients on matters including general corporate, environmental and business law before specializing in energy law and utility regulation. Her research at OSU centers on clean energy, the electric power system, legal and policy implications of climate change and sustainability in business.

Program faculty | Bin ZhuBin Zhu, Ph.D., M.S.
Dr. Zhu is an associate professor of business information systems in the College of Business. Her research interests include business intelligence, information analysis, social network, human-computer interaction, information visualization, computer-mediated communication and knowledge management systems. Some of her teaching interests include database analysis and design, telecommunication, web technology, business programming and data structure and algorithms.

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