Graduate Programs: Education: In-person & Online

Oregon State University's College of Education offers advanced degree programs in counseling, elementary and ESOL/bilingual education, adult education and higher education leadership that are delivered in a hybrid (online and in-person) format at locations in the Portland metro area and Salem, Oregon.

Whether you aspire to become a licensed elementary teacher in a dual language classroom, specialize in training adult learners in workplace settings, become a counselor or a community college leader, you can achieve your dreams without leaving your day job or the place you call home.

Teacher education programs

Teachers are in demand nationally, particularly in key areas such as bilingual and STEM education. Here are some programs delivered by OSU Ecampus that will prepare you to enter the workforce and meet this growing demand:

  • Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) with options in clinically based elementary and dual language immersion. (This program is not fully online. It includes on-site participation at schools in Portland and Beaverton, Oregon.)
  • ESOL/Bilingual endorsement (fully online)

Counselor education programs

All Oregon State counseling programs are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), providing you a competitive career advantage and a greater chance for acceptance into a doctoral counseling program.

Adult and higher education

We are in a knowledge economy. As a credentialed educational professional, you can support organizational learning that is critical to the success of government agencies, colleges and universities, corporations, nonprofits and community organizations.

There is a growing need for educational professionals who can serve in leadership roles at four-year universities and community colleges. Establish yourself as an effective leader at post-secondary institutions by combining management skills, vision and a commitment to the mission of higher education.

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