University of Oregon: Eugene, Oregon

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  • The Linguistics program takes a functional/cognitive approach to the empirical study of language, concentrating on fieldwork and language description, including preservation and revitalization of endangered languages; typology; experimental approaches t... more >

  • We are an interactive, pluralist department committed to working within and across a variety of philosophical orientations incl. American pragmatism, analytic, continental,nonwestern traditions, and feminist and race theories. more >

  • The Department of Art History offers programs leading to the master of arts (M.A.) and the doctor ofphilosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in art history with specialization in architectural history, ancient, medieval, Renaissance-baroque, modern, and Asian art. Th... more >

  • Asian Studies Program is an interdisciplinary program. more >

  • The graduate program in German, which offers the master of arts (M.A.) and the doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees, concentrates on the analysis of literary and critical discourses, such as romanticism, idealism, historicism, psychoanalysis, expression... more >

  • The School of of Journalism and Communication ( offers Ph.D. and master's degrees in Media Studies that emphasize both qualitative and quantitative methods and provides resources for research in several overlapping... more >

  • The Conflict and Dispute Resolution Masters degree program is structured to prepare a new generation of scholars, practitioners,... more >

  • The Oregon MBA at the University of Oregon, the state’s flagship liberal arts institution, combines a solid foundation of core business courses with numerous electives and myriad experiential learning opportunities. These are focused on four si... more >

  • The CDS program is housed in one of the top ranked Colleges of Education in the country. The program has an on-campus clinic in addition to a wide variety of off campus sites. more >

  • Our supportive, closely knit community is a comfortable home for students whose breadth of political persuasions, ethnic and cultural experiences, sexual orientation, and economic backgrounds are valued. Our students come from colleges and universities... more >

  • The program in molecular, genetic, and cellular biology fosters research and training in contemporary biology at the molecular... more >

  • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology - Doctorate

    The program in Ecology and Evolution at the UO is particularly strong in quantitative and ecological genetics, conservation biology, and microbial ecology. Active research programs emphasize life-history evolution, plant mating system evolution, biodive... more >

  • UO Department of History offers masters and doctoral degrees in various fields of study; U.S. History, European, Asian, and Latin America. more >

  • Marine Biology - Doctorate

    The program in marine biology is located at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology (OIMB), Charleston, OR and in the biology department on the main campus of the university. Students normally spend part of the first year residing on each campus, then li... more >

  • Neuroscience and Development

    The institute brings together students and faculty members from multiple departments; biology, computer and information science, psychology, and Human... more >

  • Three advanced degrees are offered in anthropology: the master of arts (M.A.), the master of science (M.S.), and the doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.). These degrees entail work in the following sub fields: archaeology, cultural anthropology, anthropological... more >

  • Master of Architecture and Master of Interior Architecture: Track I – MArch or MIArch, 10 terms Professional degree program for students who have a non-architectural undergraduate degree. The program is three-years plus one term (or ten terms) in le... more >

  • Cognitive Psychology/Cognitive Neuroscience: The University of Oregon has a strong program for training students in Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, and Systems Neuroscience (the Systems Neuroscience program is described in the section be... more >

  • The M.A. and M.S. degrees in geography emphasize broad understanding of physical and human geography and basic geographic techniques. Students develop specialized research skills during work on the thesis. Beyond the general requirements for all graduat... more >

  • The friendly, collaborative nature of our department provides a supportive environment for students and faculty members to concentrate on learning and research. The graduate program emphasizes one-on-one faculty-student interactions, provides mechanisms... more >

  • The Department of Human Physiology offers the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. A distinguished faculty along with high quality research laboratories and academic resources support inquiry into this program. more >