Post Baccalaureate Business Certificate

Program Highlights: 

  • Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree can develop new competencies and add to their degree by completing a certificate in one of seven areas of concentration: Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, Finance, Marketing, Operations and Technology Management, Strategy, Sustainability
  • 12 credit flexible program

For additional program specific information, visit the Pamplin School of Business.

Graduate School Application

Areas of Concentration: 

  • Business Analytics (available online*)
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Operations and Technology Management
  • Strategy
  • Sustainability

Admission Requirements:

To be admitted to this program, students must hold a bachelor's degree from an AACSB-accredited institution, and submit the following application components:

  • Online Application
  • Current Resume
  • Official Transcripts (from all previously attended academic institutions)
    • Must be submitted directly from the institution 
      • Electronically to
      • By mail o the University of Portland, ATTN: Graduate School, 5000 N. Willamette Blvd., Portland, Oregon, 97203.
    • International Applicants: Transcripts from foreign universities must follow the above guideline as well as be in English or be accompanied by an English translation certified as authentic
  • International Applicants: an official score from either the TOEFL (minimum score of 88) or IELTS (minimum score of 7.0) exam is required

Application Timeline: 

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until the following deadlines: 

  • Fall Semester: July 15
  • Spring Semester: December 15
  • Summer Semester: April 15 

Program Contact: 


*The Business Analytics Certificate contains four courses that may be taken in person or online, or a combination of both.  Our commitment to quality curriculum remains - the choice is yours!  If your online experience is not what you were expecting, please let us know so we can offer options, resources, and support.  If you are still not satisfied, you may file a complaint with the state entity.