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Oregon State’s 100% online and hybrid MBA programs set students up for career success

Known for its high level of faculty involvement, the Oregon State MBA program connects OSU College of Business’ world-class faculty with students for personalized support and ample networking opportunities – no matter where you live.

Demian Hommel is sitting in front of a large window and two large potted plants. He wears a plaid button up shirt with a black suit jacket and gestures with his hands as he talks. Out of focus in front of him is Mary Ellen Dello Stritto, the Ecampus assistant director of research. Mary Ellen has dark brown hair and wears a vibrant blue shirt and a blue and white scarf.

Rallied by research

When Demian Hommel applied for the Oregon State University Ecampus Research Fellows Program, he carried the seed of an idea: Experiential education can transform a student’s understanding of a concept into real-world circumstances, so it should be offered equally to learners in online and traditional classroom settings. What he didn’t know was that sowing the seed of this idea through his research project could help sprout a grassroots community of advocates like him.

A photo of the Oregon State University campus with a text overlay that reads "100 years of counselor education."

100 years of making an impact

One hundred years. A full century. That’s how long Oregon State University has made a commitment to training students to become world-class counselors who make a positive difference in the lives of others.

Yvette Gibson, Oregon State Ecampus rangeland sciences instructor, browses OSU's Online Learning Efficacy Research Database on a silver laptop.

Oregon State’s new research database responds to faculty skepticism of online, hybrid learning

Oregon State University Ecampus has developed a new research database that allows users to explore whether the learning outcomes of online and/or hybrid (online and in-person) education are equivalent to face-to-face environments.

Students in the MBA in Organizational Leadership hybrid program meet face-to-face to discuss course content. One person is speaking while three people nearby listen.

Student collaboration in Oregon State’s hybrid MBA in Organizational Leadership program

Oregon State’s MBA in Organizational Leadership program provides an engaging, hybrid learning experience where students conduct the majority of the course work online through OSU Ecampus, and they also have the benefit of collaborating with classmates in face-to-face meetings. Yuriy Mikitchenko, a recent graduate of the program, speaks to the value of learning from others in the MBA cohort.

Yuriy Mikitchenko stands in a large office building with his mouth open slightly while speaking.

Yuriy Mikitchenko, MBA in Organizational Leadership | Oregon State Ecampus

Yuriy Mikitchenko didn’t want to put his promising career on hold in order to pursue his MBA, and Oregon State University made it so that he didn’t have to. OSU’s MBA in Organizational Leadership is a hybrid program that is designed for working professionals, combining the flexibility of online learning with valuable face-to-face, evening classes in Portland