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The Education Double Degree is intended as a second degree for Oregon State University undergraduate students.  The nature of the degree requires a primary degree in a field other than education.  Post-baccalaureate students from institutions other than OSU may be eligible for the program based on space available and the endorsement area being sought.

Students seeking endorsements in the following high-need areas will receive strong consideration:
  • Family & Consumer Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Science: integrated science, chemistry, biology, and physics.  

Bilingual candidates in all endorsement areas will also receive strong consideration.

Post-baccalaureate students from other institutions who pursue the Education Double Degree will be required to satisfy the University’s double degree requirement of 32 credits.  These thirty-two credits must be completed in residence.  Additionally, post-baccalaureate students from other institutions must enter the program with a minimum of a 3.0  in both their content area and overall in the last 90 credit hours for a quarter system or the last 60 credit hours for a semester system.

Students with a degree from other institutions must have 45 credits in residence (The Double Degree Program is 36 credits, therefore 9 additional credits are needed to earn the Double Degree from OSU)