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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

Country: United States
City / State: Oregon
Contact information:
Address: 1585 E 13th Ave. Eugene, OR 97403
Oregon
Email: uoglobal@uoregon.edu
Phone: 541-346-1000
Website: www.uoregon.edu

Introduction

Back in 1859, Congress required Oregon’s founders to establish a public university. That university is us.

Oregon’s pioneers were more concerned with eking out a living than in the refinements of higher education. But in the early 1870s, Judge Joshua Walton convinced residents of Eugene City to become home to what would become the fledgling state’s flagship university.

Construction on our first building began in 1873. Five faculty members taught the first group of students in 1876. Two years later, we produced our first graduating class: John C. Whiteaker, George S. Washburne, Robert S. Bean, Matthew S. Wallis, and Nellie A. Condon.Since July 2014, UO has been governed by the Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon.

Today, more than 24,000 students, from all 50 states and more than 95 countries, study at Oregon. The University of Oregon is organized into five colleges (Arts and SciencesBusinessDesignEducation, and Honors) and seven professional schools (AccountingArchitecture and EnvironmentArt and DesignJournalism and CommunicationLaw, Music and Dance, and Planning, Public Policy and Management) and a graduate school. Furthermore, UO offers 316 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Most academic programs follow the 10 week Quarter System.

Majors & Departments

  

Communication Disorders and Sciences (BA/BS)

The Humanities Division

Educational Foundations (BA/BS)

Social sciences

Family and Human Services (BA/BS/bed) and FHS-Early Childhood Education emphasis

Natural Sciences

Special Education (minor)

School of Architecture & Environment

Communication Disorders and Sciences (MA/MS/post-baccalaureate*)

School of Planning, Public Policy, and Management

Couples and Family Therapy (MS)

School of Art + Design

Curriculum and Teacher Education (MA/MS)

Department of the History of Art and Architecture

Educational Leadership (MS)

Undergraduate program: Advertising

Prevention Science (med)

Journalism (Bachelor and Master)

Prevention Science (MS)

Media Studies (Bachelor, Master and Doctorat)

School Psychology (MS)

Undergraduate program: Public Relations

Special Education (MA/MS/med)

Undergraduate program: Media Studies Minor

Curriculum and Teaching: uoteach

Certificate: Communication Ethics

Communication Disorders and Sciences (phd)

Certificate: New Media And Culture

Counseling Psychology (phd)

Educational Leadership (phd, ded)

Critical & Sociocultural Studies in Education (phd)

Prevention Science (phd)

Special Education (phd)

School Psychology (phd)

School fee estimation

ProgramsTuition fees ($USD)
Undergraduate Program$35,478
Graduate Program$28,161
Law$44,022