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Schools & Majors
School of Architecture and Allied Arts
The School of Architecture and Allied Arts is one of six professional schools at the University of Oregon with degree programs in Eugene and Portland. We’re a learning community renowned for academic excellence and innovative studio-based education.
Early Intervention Early Childhood Special Education Endorsement
The UO College of Education offers Initial and Continuing Licenses with endorsements in special education, either the add-on (level I) endorsement or the stand-alone (level II) endorsement. The Early Intervention Special Education (EI) endorsement program prepares professionals to work with children from birth through age eight who have disabilities ranging from mild to severe. The program can be completed as a 22-credit add-on endorsement (EI) to an elementary or special education license or as a stand-alone endorsement (EI II).
Communication Disorders and Sciences (CDS) Master’s Program
Graduate Student Clinical Training Graduate students provide intervention and evaluation services to children and adults with communication and cognitive disorders. Students are supervised by faculty members who hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from ASHA and who are licensed by the state the state.
CDS Doctoral Program
Emphasizes advanced knowledge, scholarship, leadership, and clinical competence in speech-language pathology and cognitive communication sciences.
Couples and Family Therapy Master’s Program
The master’s specialization is a 90-credit, two-year program that trains students to become professional family therapists in preparation for state licensure. Graduates of the program are equipped to provide leadership in the field of systemic family therapy for students and mental health professionals in other disciplines. Graduates are employed in mental health centers, hospitals, health-maintenance organizations, family-services clinics, churches, and the state department of children and families.
Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences
As a field of study, Special Education (SPED) is dedicated to the improvement of the quality and outcomes of education, employment, and community living for children and adults with special needs and their families. Special education degrees are offered beginning in the undergraduate level continuing though doctoral studies.
Family and Human Services major
The Family and Human Services major prepares professionals for roles that assist children, youth, adults, and families, with life-long learning in human service settings. The FHS major explores the various ways in which society helps and hinders today’s families to function well for both adults and children. The FHS major prepares students to work with individuals and families in a variety of roles and settings within human service agencies.
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Health Professionals Program
Information on careers in health related fields, graduate programs and advising.Find an overview of career categories and websites to guide education planning.
School Psychology Program
Our nationally-recognized graduate programs provides outstanding opportunities for students who are interested in receiving state-of-the-art training in School Psychology.If you are interested in a behaviorally-oriented scientist-practitioner training program that focuses on evidence-based practices for primary prevention and early intervention, this program is for you!