Charles Lundquist College of


In today’s world, business isn’t just about business. It’s about cultures and collaboration, the environment, the economy, and the world.

It’s an intersection where unstoppable forces crash into immovable objects—where calamities must be averted and opportunities are everywhere, ready to be seized. This is where we live, evaluate, work together—not only to assemble our careers, but to make sure our careers have an impact on the world around us.

Majors and Concentrations
  • Accounting
  • Business Administration with concentrations in:
    • Finance
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Marketing
    • Operations and Business Analytics
    • Sports Business

Master's in Four

With AP or IB credit, earn a bachelor’s degree in three years and a master’s degree in one additional year. The Lundquist College of Business offers two 3+1 options:

Accounting 3+1: Earn your master of accounting degree and become CPA-eligible.

Finance 3+1: Earn your master of science in finance degree.

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Portrait of Peter Younkin

Peter Younkin

Associate professor of Management

Launching your own business is a tough gig. But getting a startup off the ground as an entrepreneur from a historically marginalized group comes with unique and unfair impediments. Peter’s research focuses on identifying and removing the specific barriers facing minority entrepreneurs, especially Black and female founders. His research and commitment to diverse and inclusive course content earned Peter the Stewart Distinguished Faculty Award, the top academic honor in the Lundquist College of Business.

Portrait of Lorena Garcia

Lorena Garcia

Major: Business Administration
Hometown: Whittier, California

Lorena came to the UO with one big goal: to gain the business skills she’d need to eventually be a leader at a company with values that align with her own. Since starting at the Lundquist College of Business, she’s honed her eye for corporate responsibility through the National Diversity Case Competition, where she worked with other UO students to build a comprehensive toolkit to help a multinational company face and fight for environmental justice issues.

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