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Academics

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Our programs are organized by type of degree. If you need help with deciding which degree you are interested in, look at them organized by potential career or ways to augment your current career.

Note: Programs marked as a hybrid indicates that courses are a combination of online, on-campus, and/or meet at an off-campus classroom setting.

Education Double DegreeBachelors 

Education Double Degree

 

 

 

OSU StudentsMasters

Adult Education (hybrid)

College Student Services Administration

Counseling (hybrid)

Graduate Student

Master of Arts in Teaching, Early Childhood & Elementary (OSU-Cascades in Bend)

Master of Arts in Teaching, Language Arts, Social Studies, Advanced Mathematics, or Integrated Science  (OSU-Cascades in Bend)

Masters of Education (EdM) (online) 

Cascades Campus

Master of Science in Counseling, School or Clinical Mental Health (OSU-Cascades in Bend)

Professional Teacher Education in Science or Mathematics

Science Education or Mathematics Education, Free-choice learning (online)

Science Education or Mathematics Education, K-12/School-based (online)

 

CCLPDoctoral

Counseling (hybrid)

Education, Community College Leadership (hybrid)

Science Education or Mathematics Education

 

Other Teacher Education ProgramsOther University Programs in Teacher Education

Agriculture Education

Music Education

Physical Education

 

ESOLNon-Degree

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Endorsement

Free Choice Learning Professional Certificate 

ReadOregon Endorsement: OSU’s College of Education is terminating its involvement with the ReadOregon Program, and it has stopped accepting new students to the program. However, we will continue working with our current OSU ReadOregon students until Winter 2015. If you are looking for information about the ReadOregon Program, it is continuing through the participation of Eastern Oregon University, Western Oregon University, Portland State University and Southern Oregon University. See readoregon.org for information.