At the heart of the Lundquist College of Business's vision and mission are our four centers of excellence. They set the Lundquist College apart and advance our "learning by doing" approach to business education.
Cameron Center for Finance and Securities Analysis
With a decidedly international focus with an emphasis on East Asia, we provide the comprehensive knowledge and applied experience necessary to lead and succeed in today's multifaceted global economy.
The Marilyn C. and Gerry B. Cameron Center for Finance and Securities Analysis makes the financial world approachable and accessible. Students manage live money; connect with the Pacific Rim's financial, banking, and investment industries; and work with faculty to obtain a unique understanding of finance and accounting that recognizes differences in cross-border markets, banking practices, and capital structures.
Center for Sustainable Business Practices
Sustainability at the University of Oregon is not a new concept—it is in our DNA and part of our heritage.
The Center for Sustainable Business Practices builds leaders who know how to balance social, environmental and financial responsibilities. And it promotes the Lundquist College of Business's research, teaching, and outreach activities in this vital area of inquiry.
Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurs possess the vision to see things differently and uncover new ideas, the courage to take risks and defend those ideas, and the drive to see them through.
The Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship educates, inspires, and empowers future entrepreneurs, instilling in students the very characteristics of entrepreneurship—innovation, initiative, accountability, and dedication. By combining a solid foundation of business theory with extraordinary experiential learning, the center has earned a reputation as one of the nation's finest entrepreneurship programs.
Warsaw Sports Business Center
Founded in 1993, the James H. Warsaw Sports Business Center was the first program of its kind housed within a U.S. college of business.
Students don't come to the Warsaw Sports Business Center to learn marketing and finance principles and apply them to sports, but rather they come specifically to learn marketing and business principles in the context of sports. That's a big difference—and it's why our graduates are leaders in the sports business industry. The center is recognized by ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Sports Business Journal, and others as the industry's leading think tank and training ground.