Programs of Study

It’s your move. Accounting, biology, or architecture. Explore environmental studies and geography or mix material and product studies, philosophy, and economics. With more than 270 science and liberal arts options available, we can help prepare you for life. And a lifetime of careers.

School and Colleges

  • School of Architecture & Allied Arts

    World renowned for its groundbreaking and inspiring cross-disciplinary Sustainable Cities Initiative, the School of Architecture & Allied Arts is among the nation’s finest professional schools for architecture and the arts, planning, public policy and design. With classes in both Eugene and Portland, the school prepares students to be creative problem-solvers and innovators, finding ways to improve the lives of people, their cities, and the environment.

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  • College of Arts & Sciences

    The academic heart of the university, the College of Arts and Sciences brings together hundreds of top-notch faculty who are committed to both path-breaking research and mentoring the next generation. The college plays a vital role in the development of nearly every UO student, with an elemental curriculum that fosters communication, problem-solving and research skills, within the context of an informed, global perspective.

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  • Charles H. Lundquist College of Business

    Like all business schools we are serious, determined, focused, and hands on. But we are not your typical business school. And you will know it as soon as you walk in the door. We are a community of thinkers and doers. A place that understands and celebrates business as the cultural intersection where ideas become reality. And where business does not shy away from societal issues, but tackles them, challenges them, solves them. Go ahead, push the envelope. Our inclusive, collaborative and supportive environment will challenge you and help you find the answers. And you’ll emerge stronger, smarter, and better prepared to lead, seize career opportunities, and realize what it truly means to be a Duck.

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  • College of Education

    Teacher education? Of course we do that, and very well, but stop there and you’ll miss a lot. We also train administrators and counselors. School psychologists and family therapists. Human service providers and clinicians. Put simply, we’re in the people business. U.S. News and World Report consistently ranks us among the top graduate schools of education nationwide. We’ve been in their top 3 for special education 15 years running. And our research engine runs hot, to the tune of more than $30M annually in funded research that affects educational and social systems across Oregon, the nation, and the world. Together, our students and faculty find new ways to help people of all ages, especially kids, reach their full potential.

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  • Robert D. Clark Honors College

    The first four-year honors college in the U.S. enrolls approximately 800 students, and features small classes and close interaction among students and award-winning faculty.  Our admissions process is highly competitive.  The college fosters an intense, creative exchange of ideas, pursuit of interdisciplinary scholarship, and independent research in a tight-knit, dynamic community.  Clark Honors College students major in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and professional schools. They pursue their own research, write a thesis, receive personalized advising and mentoring, and take advantage of the resources available to them at a world-class research university.

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  • School of Journalism & Communication

    We teach students the power of storytelling through ethics, innovation and action in journalism and communication. We are inventing the future of media. Our award-winning faculty and staff care deeply about their students, travel the world to research and share their knowledge, and create experiences that transform “What If? into “What Is!” Great storytelling starts here. What story will you tell?

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  • School of Music and Dance

    No matter what moves you. Jazz studies, musicology, or choreography-performance. From classical to cutting edge, there’s a place for you here. The UO School of Music and Dance is the premier educational institution of music and dance in the Pacific Northwest. With the largest full-time music faculty in the west, the UO SOMD offers diverse academic programs in music performance, music education, composition, and choreography-performance. The School of Music and Dance offers world-class instruction, by teachers who are still active performers themselves. And with 30 student ensembles and 300 shows performed annually in our state-of-the-art facilities, you know you’ll get your chance to hone your craft in the spotlight.

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  • School of Law

    Rigorous and inspiring, Oregon Law teaches students how to engage the law. As part of a major public research university, nestled in the scenic northwest, Oregon Law is a preeminent public law school with nationally ranked specialty programs. Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Dispute Resolution, Legal Research and Writing—all among the top ten in the country. A public law and policy program on the rise, a new presence in Portland, Oregon, and a vibrant Business Law initiative.  World-class practical skills training, interdisciplinary collaboration and research, and hands on problem-solving experiences. It’s indisputably one of the best.  Oregon Law shapes brilliant students into ethical, confident professionals – ready to practice, be excellent leaders, and find better ways.

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  • UO Libraries

    The UO Libraries is home to one of the largest research collections in the Pacific Northwest. But we’re about more than just books. Need expert advice on your original research project? We’re here to help you. Want a GoPro Camera or Bookeye Scanner for a big class project? We put cutting-edge technology in your hands. Just looking for a good place to study? You’ll find one here—from quiet, light-filled study nooks to reservable rooms for group collaboration. With the UO Libraries, you can have it all. And more. We’ve got you covered.

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  • Graduate School

    Over one hundred graduate options available across campus. Master’s and doctoral degrees. Certificates and specializations. Empowering students to take their education and careers to the next level. Encouraging inclusive excellence and innovation in graduate education, the Graduate School offers funding and award opportunities, innovative professional development, interdisciplinary events and workshops, and graduate student advocacy. We’re here to help.

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