New tracks include "Executive Leadership" and Supply Chain Management

Oregon State University (OSU) is adding four new specialization track options to its MBA program, according to a news release.

The new concentration areas include an industry-focused track, "Marketing Management;" and two functional tracks: "International Operations and Supply Chain Management," and "Financial Planning and Wealth Management."

The fourth concentration area is "Executive Leadership," and is only available to students pursuing the school's PharmD/MBA dual-degree program.

To learn more, read the news release announcing OSU's new MBA tracks.

Read more about how MBA tracks can help you land the job you want on the MBA Specialization page at FIND MBA.

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