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Oregon State University Ecampus delivers more than 100 degrees, certificates and microcredentials online to students all over the world. The goal is simple: to give you greater access to learning opportunities that blend quality, engagement and innovation.

Oregon State is consistently ranked one of the nation's best providers of online education by U.S. News & World Report and other publications.

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160 programs available

 

Undergraduate degrees (48)

Accounting

B.S.
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Learn to make financial decisions and drive strategy in a large or small business, government or nonprofit organization.

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Agricultural Sciences

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Design your own degree in agriculture through flexible curriculum that spans subjects such as agriculture production, leadership, agribusiness, world food crops and sustainability.

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Anthropology

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Study the sciences and humanities and sharpen your critical thinking. You’ll learn to apply cutting-edge theory and methods to solve pressing social problems in a wide range of careers.

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Applied Humanities

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Complete your degree and pay zero tuition for the last 12 credits while gaining in-demand cultural responsiveness skills, and learn to communicate in any workplace setting.

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Biohealth Sciences

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Explore how biological science is applied to human health and society by studying life sciences, physical sciences, social sciences and public health as you train for careers in health care.

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Botany

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Study the biology of plants and fungi through subjects like plant structure, biodiversity and genetics to better understand human impact on plant and ecological systems.

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Business Administration

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn to deliver innovative solutions to complex challenges, and choose from in-demand specializations that set you apart in the competitive job market.

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Business Analytics

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Integrate datasets and tools to address business challenges, mitigate risk and gain a deep understanding of business operations, customers and markets.

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Business Information Systems

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Become an innovator at the intersection of business and technology by serving global organizations and helping businesses gain the insights they need most.

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Computer Science

B.S. (Postbaccalaureate)
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Take your shortest path to a rewarding career by earning just 60 credits, enabling you to focus only on computer science and graduate quickly.

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Computer Science

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Immerse yourself in problems that apply to every field, and gain skills in software engineering, mobile development, cloud-based programming and more.

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Construction Engineering Management

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Get the comprehensive skills you need to lead complex, large-scale construction projects with a program that focuses on construction engineering and technology as well as management techniques.

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Contemporary Music Industry

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Tap into your creative interests to become an innovator who has the artistic skill and business savvy to influence modern music practices, media and the entertainment industry.

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Crop and Soil Science

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Dig deep into crop and soil science with courses related to natural systems, field crop agriculture, water and soil resource management, and sustainable agriculture practices.

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Digital Communication Arts

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Become one of the new media leaders of the future as you learn innovative, cutting-edge industry standards in technology and communications.

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Economics

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Become a skilled analyst of data, marketing trends and human behavior, so you can help businesses and governments make more informed decisions and influence economic policy for the betterment of all.

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Environmental Sciences

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Pursue a rigorous, integrative education in science and policy as you learn to address global challenges like climate change, pollution and biodiversity loss as an environmentally focused scientist or analyst.

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Environmental Economics and Policy

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Develop a strong economic skill set – supplemented by education in biological, physical or social sciences – as you prepare for a multifaceted career in environmental analysis.

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Finance

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain an in-depth understanding of how to invest money and raise funds to influence business operations and impact entrepreneurial ventures in virtually every industry.

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Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn how to maintain balance for fish, wildlife and the delicate environments they live in through science-based curriculum that emphasizes applied ecological principles.

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French

B.A.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Develop proficiency in a language spoken by nearly 300 million people worldwide as you gain knowledge of and appreciation for diverse francophone cultures and modern-day France.

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Geography and Geospatial Science

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Use the power of big data analysis and visualization technologies to explore humanity's relationship with our physical environment and natural, cultural and built resources.

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German

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Build a strong foundation in the language, culture and history of German-speaking countries, and benefit from ample interactions with classmates and instructors.

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History

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Immerse yourself in thought-provoking courses to better understand the past—from multiple cultural perspectives—and contemporary global issues by searching for historical patterns.

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Horticulture

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Grow your skills in horticultural production through the study of topics such as plant pathology, pest and weed management, applied ecology and agricultural policy.

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Hospitality Management

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Develop the advanced knowledge you need to excel in leadership roles within the dynamic hospitality industry, with a focus on service, operations and technology.

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Human Development and Family Sciences

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Make a difference in the lives of people in your community. Develop practical, interdisciplinary skills to promote human dignity and social justice. Help people of all ages grow and thrive.

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Kinesiology

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Study the impact of human movement on health and quality of life, focusing on physical activity throughout different life stages, as you prepare for a career in the wellness and fitness industries.

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Liberal Studies

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Customize your liberal studies major to meet your unique academic goals. Work with an advisor to develop a cohesive program of study that will foster critical skills for your career.

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Marketing

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Immerse yourself in the science of consumers, products and communications as you develop the expertise to improve business brands through marketing insights.

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Mechanical Engineering

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn how to design, build and improve mechanical systems, components and processes. Gain in-demand skills in computational engineering and modeling that will set you apart as a mechanical engineer.

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Natural Resources

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Explore natural and social sciences through a customizable curriculum that considers the interrelationship between our planet's resources and the human dimensions that impact them.

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Organizational Leadership

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Become an effective leader who can manage diverse projects and people by gaining the ability to solve problems through strategic communications.

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Philosophy

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Analyze classical issues and contemporary ones emerging in popular culture, social media, politics and more while gaining the skills to support lives guided by ethical reflection and civic duty.

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Political Science

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Investigate the theory and practice of politics and government at a local, national and global level, so you can better understand today’s rapidly evolving political climate and help shape society's future.

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Psychology

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Analyze the scientific and humanistic perspectives of psychology, and come to appreciate human diversity in identifying, understanding and solving complex problems in others’ lives.

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Public Health

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Protect and improve the well-being of your community through health data analysis, disease and injury prevention strategy, health policy and management of social and environmental determinants of health.

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Public Policy

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

View the world through multiple lenses thanks to courses in economics, political science, sociology and specialization topics that will empower you to develop workable solutions for emerging issues.

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Rangeland Science

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Study the ecological, socioeconomic and policy aspects of rangeland management as you prepare yourself for a wide-open career in conserving and managing ecosystems and their resources.

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Religious Studies

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Delve into an academic study of religions and religious diversity while learning the impact religious traditions make on politics, aesthetics, social structure and culture.

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Sociology

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Study society and human behavior through an exploration of topics such as social inequality, crime and justice, social services and natural resources, equipping you to make an impact on your community.

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Spanish

B.A.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Prepare for life as a bilingual and culturally responsive citizen through courses that guide your learning of the language and cultures of Spanish-speaking countries.

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Supply Chain and Logistics Management

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn what it takes to deliver insight and analysis that can improve supply chain resiliency and sustainability, and gain skills to solve business problems using knowledge of global logistics systems.

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Sustainability

B.S. (Postbaccalaureate or double degree)
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain interdisciplinary expertise in sustainable practices through this double-degree program, and build a career that can impact all aspects of global business, politics, economics and society.

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Teaching

B.S. – Clinically Based Elementary Education
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Impact lives by becoming a skilled, licensed elementary teacher who can manage a multi-subject classroom through clinical, hands-on supervision and practice-informed coursework.

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Tourism, Recreation and Adventure Leadership

B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn how to facilitate outdoor experiences that respect and protect natural resources and cultural heritage. Gain real-world skills from a program focused on sustainability, justice and equity.

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Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

B.A. or B.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Acquire extensive knowledge in social sciences and humanities that focuses on gender issues and women’s experiences. Examine feminist and anti-racist work that contributes to social justice.

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Zoology

B.S.
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Study the vast field of animal biology – from DNA to ecosystems – and gain a broad scientific foundation that will prepare you for a wide range of careers in the life sciences.

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Undergraduate certificates (14)

Aging Studies

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn to apply current theories and research in practice with aging individuals and communities. Research why we age, how to slow the rate of aging, and the challenges and strengths of aging populations.

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Cybersecurity

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn to design and manage secure systems to safeguard data from malicious actors through knowledge of firewalls, intrusion detection systems and data loss prevention.

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Design for Social Impact

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn how to apply design thinking to society’s most daunting challenges, so you can make a positive impact across the issues you care about.

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Food in Culture and Social Justice

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Help build equal access to safe, culturally acceptable, nutritionally adequate food in cultures around the world by promoting food justice on local, state and national levels.

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Geographic Information Science (GIScience)

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Discover how to use geographic information technologies, and develop a skill set that is highly valued in science, natural resources, government, industry and business.

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Global Learning

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Acquire a greater understanding of global cultures, economies, political systems and international relations, and learn how to skillfully communicate across cultures.

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Humanitarian Engineering

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Build technical engineering skills and learn to analyze the social, environmental and economic context as you work with underserved populations to help gain safe access to vital resources.

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Mechatronics for Manufacturing Engineering

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Integrate advanced applications of automation and mechatronics in technology, and step into a high-demand career in industrial robotics, mechanical design, electronics or systems engineering.

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Medical Humanities

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Enroll in a program that supports the scientific features of any healing profession and will prepare you to navigate important decision-making processes in health care.

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Organic Farming Systems

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain the technical skills and knowledge to make agricultural and food systems environmentally, economically and socially sustainable as you build a career in organic farming.

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Organizational Leadership

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain strategic communication and leadership skills, and learn how to effectively find, motivate and lead talented employees while running dynamic projects.

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Science and Technology of Alcoholic Beverages

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain expertise in fermentation microbiology, sensory analysis, production technologies and more. Build your career with training in brewing, distilling and winemaking from a global leader in the field.

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Urban Agriculture

Undergraduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn how to capitalize on new agricultural markets that are not addressed by traditional rural farming through innovative farming techniques that produce dynamic food systems.

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Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Undergraduate Certificate or Minor
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Engage in a broad study of gender and women's issues in a program that emphasizes a diversity of experiences through a focus on disciplinary-based knowledge about women's lives.

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Undergraduate microcredentials (43)

Business and Professional Writing

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Sharpen your professional writing and communication skills and gain helpful strategies for creating clear and concise technical documents, presentations and more.

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Business of Viral Content Creation

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn to strategically analyze and produce content with the intention of building your own platform and brand, and sharpen your content gathering, evaluation and writing skills.

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Child and Youth Development

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Gain a broad understanding of human development from infancy through adolescence, including the influence of family, community, school and peers.

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Children and Youth With Disabilities

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn how to promote more inclusive support for children with diverse needs and abilities by better understanding the associated developmental, educational and family challenges.

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Chinese (Introductory)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn the essentials of colloquial Mandarin with an emphasis on conversation, reading and writing, and build a foundation that enables you to communicate with a global network.

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Consumer Analytics Fundamentals

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Equip yourself with the marketing and analytics skills to make decisions that advance organizations, and learn to apply human behavior principles to various business contexts.

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Content Development and Production

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Enhance your creativity and gain the applied skills to visualize a text narrative into an audio/visual media production, and develop the ability to manipulate sound media.

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Digital Marketing Fundamentals

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Understand digital channels, tools and trends — including search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) — so you can grow your business and advance its goals.

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Disparities and Discrimination Through an Economic Lens

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Take part in the economic analysis of disparities with a focus on theories and evidence of discrimination, sources of employment and wage disparities, and policies to remedy economic inequality.

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Economic Foundations

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Study how institutions allocate resources, the consequences of resource distribution, and learn to analyze decisions in markets and everyday settings.

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Engineering Mechanics

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Develop the skills to adeptly work with engineering technology, complete first-line engineering tasks and more as you build the foundational knowledge every engineer needs.

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General Chemistry

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn important chemical principles and theories, develop safe laboratory practices and broaden your understanding of the societal implications of chemistry.

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German (Introductory)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Develop foundational speaking, writing, reading and comprehension skills in German, and learn about German culture while gaining the skills to converse with others in the language.

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German (Intermediate I)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Develop intermediate speaking, writing, reading and comprehension skills in German, and learn about German culture while gaining the skills to converse with others in the language.

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German (Intermediate II)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Develop intermediate speaking, writing, reading and comprehension skills in German, and learn about German culture while gaining the skills to converse with others in the language.

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German (Advanced)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Develop advanced speaking, writing, reading and comprehension skills in German, and learn about German culture while gaining the skills to converse with others in the language.

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Indigenous Studies

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Study Indigenous experiences and learn how to critically assess colonialism and power dynamics, so that you can respectfully engage and collaborate with tribal communities.

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Opportunity Identification

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn design-thinking principles that will help you identify and scale emerging business opportunities, and learn entrepreneurship basics and a framework for process innovation.

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Innovative Healthcare Leadership

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Use exercises, simulations and real-world business scenarios to learn the key principles of healthcare management, and discover the forces that shape organizational performance.

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Innovative Healthcare Management

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn how to apply entrepreneurial thinking to health care delivery systems and create innovative management solutions that better support health care workers and patients.

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Italian (Introductory)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Develop your speaking, listening, reading and writing comprehension of Italian. Gain a unique cultural perspective as you develop the skills to converse with other Italian speakers.

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Italian (Intermediate)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Expand your speaking, listening, reading and writing comprehension of Italian. Gain a unique cultural perspective as you develop the skills to converse more confidently with other Italian speakers.

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Korean (Introductory)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn the logical components of Korean with a focus on reading, writing, listening, speaking, colloquial expressions and culture to gain a comprehensive understanding.

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Korean (Intermediate)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn the logical components of Korean with a focus on reading, writing, listening, speaking, colloquial expressions and culture to gain a comprehensive understanding.

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Medical Spanish

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Deepen your Spanish speaking and comprehension skills related to health care and medical language while exploring health and healing systems from cross-cultural perspectives.

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Occupational Safety in Supply Chain Management

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Maximize the health and safety of workers by learning how to manage exposures to hazards that come about from the products, processes and services organizations provide.

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Organizational Leadership

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Explore effective leadership styles that best fit your personality and preferences, and develop vital skills in the capacity of mentoring and cross-cultural communication.

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Outdoor Recreation Resource Management

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Develop practical knowledge and skills for the strategic management of parks and outdoor recreation, including sustainable water and land resource management.

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Process Engineering Analysis

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Advance your career by gaining expertise in semiconductor process engineering, preparing you for leading roles in semiconductor research and development and manufacturing for next-generation chips.

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Process Engineering Fundamentals

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Gain in-demand skills in semiconductor process development and evaluation. Learn how to transform raw materials into functional integrated circuits, equipping you with knowledge about next-generation chip manufacturing.

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Professional Readiness

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Professional Sales

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Study the concepts and principles of effective sales strategies, and become skilled in persuasive communication, personal selling techniques and how to identify opportunities.

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Programming Fundamentals

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Build a strong foundation in computer science by learning the basics of programming and the necessary skills for front-line programming roles.

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Public Policy Foundations

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn how to conduct research, analyze and interpret qualitative data, and present this data to inform new policies, so you can help create workable solutions for issues in the public and private sectors.

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Retail Management Fundamentals

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn about all levels of management responsibility related to merchandising and store operations, and gain the ability to effectively market brands, products and services.

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Serving LGBTQIA+ Communities

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Study key concepts, histories and political frameworks that will help you better understand and engage in applied work and direct services for LGBTQIA+ communities.

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Spanish (Introductory)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn about the complexity of the Spanish language and the diversity of Spanish-speaking communities while gaining the skills to converse with other Spanish-speakers.

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Spanish (Intermediate)

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Gain a more advanced understanding of the complexity of Spanish and the diversity of Spanish-speaking communities while gaining the skills to converse with others in Spanish.

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Sports Business

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Empower yourself to develop marketing strategies, evaluate strategic implications of sponsorship and apply analytical skills to improve sports business decision-making.

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Supply Chain Analytics

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Develop critical analytical skills and learn how to make data-driven business decisions. Learn how to analyze and improve supply chain challenges using proven, data-informed research methods.

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Supply Chain Logistics Management and Procurement

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Discover how to blend practical analysis skills with knowledge of supply chain management, and fine-tune your interpersonal and innovation skills through experiential learning.

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Supply Chain Management Fundamentals

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Build decision-making skills related to project and inventory management as well as the ability to apply process management concepts needed to solve workplace problems.

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Theoretical Computer Science

Microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Discover the science-based concepts driving innovation in AI, machine learning and data science, and stand out in the job market as a software engineer with skill-focused training in theoretical computer science.

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Undergraduate course sequences (2)

Chemistry and Lab Courses

Online Course Sequences
Overview

Enroll in a rigorous, fully online chemistry course sequence or lab sequence that is designed to meet degree requirements for science, non-science and engineering majors.

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Language Courses

Online Course Sequences
Overview

Set yourself up for career advancement and enhance your global awareness and intercultural skills by studying a new language via engaging and interactive language courses online.

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Graduate degrees (23)

Adult and Higher Education

Ed.D.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Prepare for leadership roles in higher education with a Doctorate of Education (Ed. D.) program that blends leadership training, applied research and experiential learning.

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Adult and Higher Education

Ed.M.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain the applied skills and knowledge needed to design, implement and assess educational and training programs in a variety of formats (in-person, online, hybrid).

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Business

MBA
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain in-demand business skills through a highly regarded MBA program. Choose from several specialization tracks, which were designed with industry feedback to give you a competitive edge.

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Business

MSB
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Develop strong business acumen and leadership qualities while gaining the tools to be an expert in the workforce in this MSB program, which offers a variety of specialization options.

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Clinical Mental Health Counseling

MCoun
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Get the in-depth knowledge, clinical experience and credentials you need to deliver comprehensive mental health counseling to people of all ages and backgrounds.

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College Student Services Administration

Ed.M. or Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain the skills needed to thrive in student-facing roles at postsecondary institutions and other organizations. Build a career rooted in equity, access and institutional transformation

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Computer Science

M.S. or MEng
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Deepen your technical expertise in emerging topics in computer science and learn how to manage technical teams from faculty who have extensive industry experience.

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Counseling

Ph.D.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Study with a cohort in a program that emphasizes cultural, theoretical and research-based frameworks as you develop into a leader in counselor education and supervision.

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Data Analytics

M.S. or Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Master the science of big data through expertise in statistics and computing, with skills that are in-demand in virtually every industry and range from data collection and modeling to analysis and visualization.

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Education

M.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Study alongside a cohort of peers as you draw upon current research to create innovative and inclusive science and math learning environments for a diverse range of learners.

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Engineering Management

MEng or Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain skills in project management, operations, risk assessment and strategic planning to successfully lead teams and influence decision-makers in both engineering-focused and interdisciplinary organizations.

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Environmental Sciences

M.S. or PSM
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Choose between two master’s pathways in the environmental sciences. Gain rigorous training and focus on research areas like ecosystem function and health, water and natural resources management, environmental policy, and future climate scenario impacts.

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Fisheries and Wildlife Administration

PSM
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Accelerate your career with advanced training in fish or wildlife biology, ecology, management and conservation. This program is ideal for professionals already working in fish and wildlife administration.

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Geography and Geospatial Science

M.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Apply spatial data analysis to Earth systems and human-environment interactions to address issues ranging from climate resilience and environmental justice to transportation and public health.

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History

M.A. or M.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Prepare for multiple career paths by learning evidence-based analysis, critical empathy and an appreciation of the many perspectives and complexities in the world around us.

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Natural Resources

MNR
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Engage with customizable curriculum based on natural and social sciences as you learn to balance environmental, economic, health and cultural interests within the work of resource management.

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Nutrition - Professional Dietetics

MS-PD
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn and apply advanced nutrition practice and research skills, including supervised practice in a variety of settings, such as hospitals, long-term care, school food service, primary care, community practice and sports nutrition.

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Pharmaceutical Sciences

M.S.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain a scientific and technical understanding of how drugs are brought to market — from research and discovery to manufacturing and approval. Learn pharmaceutical research methods, instrumentation and data analysis.

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Public Health

MPH
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Propel your career as a leader in public health — in your community and around the globe — with advanced training in topics ranging from public health law to global disease prevention to epidemiologic research.

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Public Policy

MPP or Executive MPP
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Become an expert in policy theory, design and implementation. Learn how to integrate groundbreaking science and data analysis into emerging policy practices that can influence local, regional and international policy decisions.

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Radiation Health Physics

MHP
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Apply interdisciplinary knowledge of physics, biology and engineering to protect people and the environment from the harmful effects of radiation, ensuring the safe use of radiation in society.

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School Counseling

MCoun
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Prepare yourself to work as a professional counselor who promotes the social, psychological and physical well-being of individuals, families, communities and organizations.

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Teaching

M.A.T.
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Prepare to become an effective teacher and gain hands-on classroom experience as you work toward an Oregon preliminary teaching license in multiple elementary education subjects.

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Graduate certificates (25)

Business Analytics

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn how to integrate information technologies with data science as you manage, mine, explore and analyze large data sets while developing skills that are in high demand.

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Business Fundamentals

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Become an in-demand professional with knowledge of key business concepts such as operations, finance, law, accounting and marketing that you can immediately put into practice.

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College and University Teaching

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn how to facilitate high-quality learning experiences at colleges and universities, nonprofits, government agencies and private industry through evidence-based instructional design and teaching practices.

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College Student Services Administration

Ed.M. or Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Shift your career by upgrading your skills in postsecondary student support and services. Curriculum is rooted in equity and access, community and justice and institutional transformation.

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Data Analytics

M.S. or Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Earn a graduate credential as you learn how to analyze complex datasets using statistics, computer science and mathematics, making an impact in areas that range from biohealth to business to environmental science.

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Dual Language Specialization / ESOL

Graduate Certificates
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Draw from linguistics, second language acquisition, education policy and program administration as you learn how to teach Spanish-speakers alongside English-proficient peers.

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Energy Policy

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Broaden your knowledge of U.S. energy policy, how it impacts the development of energy markets, and the technologies and resources currently in use and under development.

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Engineering Management

MEng or Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Jump start your transition into a management role by acquiring key technical and soft skills along with engineering-focused business and operational expertise.

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Environmental Management

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Help organizations build more sustainable practices with skills in environmental management systems, ESG reporting and investing, humanitarian engineering, green infrastructure and more.

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Fisheries Management

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain the practical skills in biology, assessment science and social science that you need to manage sustainable recreational and commercial fisheries in collaboration with scientists and policymakers.

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Forests and Climate Change

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Learn how climate change impacts forest ecosystems and approaches to improve forest management for climate change mitigation and adaptation.

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Geographic Information Science

GIScience Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Develop skills in remote sensing, geospatial data collection and analysis, geovisualization and the use of machine learning to measure and model systems of human and environmental interaction.

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Instructional Design

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Develop an understanding of how people learn and process information, and acquire applied skills to design, implement and assess educational programs in a variety of settings.

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Leading and Creating Change

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Using practical methods, develop professional leadership skills that are valued by organizations that prioritize social, organizational and environmental health and justice.

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Organic Agriculture

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Grow your understanding of the science behind organic agroecosystems as well as your ability to manage them as you equip yourself for work in organic food production, policymaking or education.

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Public Health

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Prepare for the next stage in your public health career with graduate-level professional development in areas like healthcare administration, health equity and cross-cultural health promotion and education.

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Public Policy Analysis

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Develop your leadership style and gain advanced research and analytical skills, so you can successfully analyze, design and implement policy change.

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Rural Policy

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Address the unique needs of rural communities through targeted initiatives that ensure equitable and sustainable access to healthcare, education, transportation and economic development in rural areas.

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Supply Chain and Logistics Management

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Start your career in a rapidly growing industry by acquiring the skills to manage the flow of products, from sourcing raw materials to transportation to manufacturing.

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Sustainable Natural Resources

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Gain a holistic view of sustainability as you tackle environmental, economic and social challenges that call for multidisciplinary problem-solving skills and a global perspective of resource management.

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Toxicology

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Explore how toxins impact our environment, human health and food safety and learn how to determine and limit toxicity risks.

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Urban Forestry

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Apply principles of forestry, green infrastructure, horticulture, urban planning and landscape architecture to the stewardship of planted landscapes and native forest remnants in and around cities.

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Water Conflict Management and Transformation

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Help communities manage a crucial natural resource as you facilitate water governance and conflict resolution, drawing on multidisciplinary expertise to balance ecological, social and economic interests.

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Wildlife Management

Graduate Certificate
Overview    |    Careers    |    Skills

Apply a range of applied sciences to manage wildlife populations, with a focus on practical skills that will help you balance habitat conservation and wildlife population dynamics with human dimensions.

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Graduate microcredentials (5)

DEI in Natural Resources

Graduate microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn important DEI, social sustainability and collaborative problem-solving skills that support a more inclusive and effective governance of natural resources.

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Engineering Management

Graduate microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Start on the road to developing an advanced understanding of engineering management principles, and prepare yourself to thrive in managerial roles as a respected team leader.

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Engineering Project Management

Graduate microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn how to break complex tasks into pieces and correctly sequence those parts to ensure that a project meets time, budget and performance requirements.

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Instructional Design

Graduate microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Master the foundations of adult education and learning principles and learn how to leverage social justice practices to create impactful, inclusive learning experiences.

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Public Policy Leadership

Graduate microcredential
Overview    |    Classes    |    Skills

Learn social science research methods and gain the analytical skills you need to become a leader in policy design and implementation.

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