Over one hundred graduate options available. Master’s and doctoral degrees. Certificates and specializations. Empowering students to take their education and careers to the next level.
The Place for Green
The University of Oregon leads the nation in finding creative solutions environmental challenges. We rank No. 1 in the nation in sustainable design (according to America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools 2015). The Oregon MBA is the top ranked "Green MBA" in the country (by the Princeton Review). We invented green chemistry, which uses chemistry research to build more environmentally sustainable products and makes science labs more environmentally sustainable. And our Sustainable Cities Initiative lets students work with cities across Oregon to bring environmentally sustainable solutions to urban planning.
One of the best at teaching teachers
U.S. News and World Report ranks our College of Education in the top five nationally, and it ranks our special education program No. 3. Our faculty members are also leading researchers, and the UO is ranked second in the country for research money per professor.
At the UO, we teach, learn, research, and find a better way.
UO a leader in graduate study
The UO ranks in the top 20 (or top 20 percent) nationally in such varied fields as creative writing, education, environmental law, landscape architecture, sports marketing, sustainable business practices, and many more.
highly ranked in anthropology, biology, literature, and more
The UO is a great place to study all kinds of things. Our highly ranked programs include: anthropology, biology, comparative literature, geography, geological sciences, physics, sustainable design, and special education.
Learning extends way beyond the classroom—and so does our support. Our academic support programs and services include:
UO is deeply committed to diversity and inclusion and affirms and actively promotes the rights of all individuals to equal opportunity in education and employment at this institution. UO does not tolerate any type of prohibited discrimination in any of its programs or activities, including employment. Further, it is required by Title IX and other applicable laws not to discriminate on the basis of sex. Questions regarding prohibited discrimination, including questions regarding Title IX, may be referred to the University of Oregon’s Title IX Coordinator or to the Office for Civil Rights. Title IX Coordinator Penny Daugherty, at 541-346-3123 and email@example.com, located at 677 E. 12th Ave., Eugene, OR 97403. U.S. Department of Education, Western Region, Office for Civil Rights, at 206-607-1600 and firstname.lastname@example.org.