Degrees and Credit Courses
Students from a wide range of experience and educational backgrounds may take courses for credit through Academic Extension. These credit courses cover a broad spectrum of interests from Arts and Administration to the Northwest Indian Language Institute.
Degrees and Licenses
Applied Information Management Program
An online master's degree program for full-time professionals. Specializing in information management, information design, business management, and applied research.
Educational Methodology, Policy, and Leadership Program in Oregon
Masters, doctoral, and administrator licensure programs available in Eugene, online, and throughout the state.
Educational Methodology, Policy, and Leadership Program in Canada
Master's degree program in educational leadership available in the Vancouver, British Columbia (BC) area. Program is licensed by the BC Ministry of Higher Education.
Materials Science Institute (MSI)
An interdisciplinary institute for the purpose of education, study, research, and resources. The institute now offers graduate programs and internships.
An annual spring festival featuring films and new media from Pacific-bordering countries. There are opportunities for academic credit through the Arts and Administration and English departments.
Northwest Indian Language Institute
Provides training to Native language teachers and community members in language teaching, development, and support toward the goal of preserving languages and creating communities of speakers.
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
Located in Charleston, Oregon, OIMB offers students a practical look at marine biology. Open to all qualified students and those interested in continuing education.
Professional Development for Designers in Portland
Practical learning experiences for designers in Portland, Oregon. Courses are open to members of the community.
Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP)
Credit courses in the area of alcohol and other drug prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery methods. Many courses are offered in the evenings and on weekends.
Practical learning experiences for artists. Courses are open to members of the community.
An opportunity in Portland for admitted and newly admitted students to take general education courses at the White Stag Block. Offered summer term only.
General Access to Credit Courses
Community Education Program
An opportunity for non-degree seeking students to register for University of Oregon classes without formal admission. Credits earned as a CEP student are recorded on a UO transcript.
Online courses available for admitted and non-admitted students from several academic programs. Courses can be taken anywhere with an Internet connection and occur during regular academic term dates.
Admitted and non-admitted students can take summer session classes that are offered throughout the summer and vary in length. A great chance to get ahead in your studies or take a class for fun!
Cooperative Educational Partnerships
The mission and academic assets of the University can be combined with the interests of external organizations through a variety of cooperative educational partnerships. UO Academic Extension offers a number of services and physical resources for facilitating such partnerships.
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