Pick up some UO credits through programs that serve your personal and professional needs. Online, on-campus and field-based learning for admitted and non-admitted students.
Masters, doctoral, reading endorsement, and administrator licensure programs available in Eugene, online, and throughout the state.
An online master's degree program for full-time professionals. Specializing in information management, information design, business management, and applied research.
Onsite immersive field school opportunity for archaeology students from a broad range of backgrounds. Summer-only.
The University of Oregon Summer Architecture Academy is an intensive four-week experience that offers prospective architecture, landscape architecture, and interior architecture students a chance to "try on the field for size."
An opportunity for nondegree seeking students to register for University of Oregon classes without formal admission. Credits earned as a CEP student are recorded on a UO transcript.
Summer Design Camp is held at the White Stag Block in Portland. For one week students 15+ can learn about architecture, art and technology, and product design in a unique camp experience.
Master's degree programs in Chemistry and Applied Physics.
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.
Portland-based two-year executive MBA program for working professionals. Hybrid online/on-site format.
Five-week summer immersion into the field of sports law. Open to rising second and third year students from law schools nationwide.
Historic preservation field school is intended for anyone interested in working in a hands-on environment, to learn about preservation by doing it, and interested in seeing a spectacular part of the United States.
A world-class program for professionals eager to advance their careers by learning the business of creating sports apparel, footwear, and equipment. Select from an 18-month master’s program or professional development workshops. Offered in Portland.