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Business AdministrationBusiness, Marketing, and Communication
Oregon State University's business administration degree program online will help you become a profession-ready student who can provide innovative solutions to complex, global challenges. This AACSB-accredited program features curriculum that is taught by professors and instructors who have vast experience in each area of study, focusing on innovation, entrepreneurship and experiential learning.
Computer ScienceComputer, Information, and Technology
Oregon State University’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science(EECS) offers an undergraduate program that is geared to individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in any field, so no previous computer science training is required. The program is delivered entirely online by OSU E-campus.
AnthropologyLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
The OSU online anthropology degree offers four areas of focus to prepare you for a broad range of jobs that emphasize cross-cultural awareness, international contacts and management of cultural resources; for example: education, human and governmental services, law, business, media and medicine.
EconomicsLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
Within this program, economics majors gain quantitative and analytical skills, understand incentives that influence human behavior, grow as rigorous and logical thinkers and connect with faculty conducting economics research.
Environmental Economics & PolicyLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
The environmental economics and policy (EEP) undergraduate degree program focuses on development of strong economic and statistical skills and their use in the analysis of environmental and natural resource stewardship, while providing flexibility to incorporate interests in the biological, physical or social sciences.
Foreign LanguagesLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
You have a passion to learn about culture and a desire to take your career to the next level. We have the solution for you: Online language courses where you'll learn a new language and enhance your global awareness and intercultural skills, setting you up for career advancement.
French: This is an online undergraduate Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree program in French. The French curriculum delivers a high level of proficiency in developing speaking, listening, reading, writing and cultural competency skills that prepare students to succeed in a variety of rewarding careers.
German: This is an online undergraduate, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree program in German. This program focuses on language proficiency and all classes incorporate German culture, literature and history into the teaching. This is a full, bachelor's degree program.
Spanish: This is a full undergraduate Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree program in Spanish. Courses within the online Spanish degree program cover the language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries.
HistoryLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
How do the actions of our past affect the current world? This research-focused history degree program, delivered online by Oregon State E-campus, explores that question and more to prepare students for successful careers as leading thinkers in the workforce.
Human Development & Family SciencesLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
Human development and family sciences examines human development across the life span within the context of families, schools, communities and other social and cultural environments. This rigorous yet flexible degree brings theory and practice together, preparing students for rewarding careers in helping professions related to social justice issues.
Liberal StudiesLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
Students develop an in-depth plan based on course work selected from the various schools within OSU’s College of Liberal Arts, which is ranked No. 1 in the nation for best online liberal arts colleges. Course topics include art, speech communication, history, economics, anthropology, English, foreign languages and literature, new media communications, women, gender and sexuality studies, sociology, political science, theatre, philosophy, ethnic studies, psychology and music. This degree program prepares you for a variety of career opportunities and further study at the graduate level.
Political ScienceLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
The OSU political science program investigates the stories behind the news headlines and teaches you skills to make up your own mind about the politics of laws that affect everyday issues. You will learn to think critically, write clearly and speak persuasively on diverse issues such as: assisted suicide, international terrorism, campaign finance, government involvement in health care and censorship.
PsychologyLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
Oregon State University's online psychology degree program provides an understanding of not only why humans behave, think, or feel certain ways, but also to derive how they behave, think, or feel these ways. Both the scientific and humanistic perspectives of psychology are addressed, providing an appreciation of human diversity and the value of the empirical approach to identifying, understanding, and solving complex problems.
SociologyLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
Women, Gender & Sexuality StudiesLiberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature
The OSU online women, gender and sexuality studies degree program explores women's realities in political and social sciences, health, psychology, history, literature and the arts. This field is constantly growing and changing in order to understand and affirm the role race, social class, age, ability, appearance, and sexual identity play in women's everyday lives.
ChemistryMath, Engineering, and Physical Sciences
Your pathway to degree completion and career development runs through Oregon State University’s Department of Chemistry, where interactive teaching techniques and opportunities to hone your professional skills are brought to life in a series of rigorous online courses and labs.
Agricultural SciencesNatural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology
Oregon State's agricultural sciences online program allows you to customize your studies with an emphasis on fields like crop and soil science or agricultural business management. Rooted in nearly 150 years of agricultural teaching expertise, this program has proved successful for students who are new to agriculture as well as experienced farmers and ranchers.
Environmental Sciences/Fisheries & Wildlife SciencesNatural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology
Today, scientists must be trained to assess problems and provide potential solutions from scientific perspectives when faced with environmental issues, as well as to predict environmental change and participate in responsible management of the environment. To help reach these objectives, OSU's online Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences offers an interdisciplinary approach to environmental problem solving.
The online fisheries and wildlife sciences degree is an applied, science-based program that focuses on maintaining balance for species and habitats in the wild. Students have the unique opportunity to choose a specialization area to develop their interests and knowledge to make vital decisions about fish, wildlife and the delicate environments they live in.
HorticultureNatural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology
The Oregon State University online horticulture degree covers contemporary real-world issues faced by professional horticulturists. The program includes labs, diagnostics, student-managed projects and field-based problem solving. You will become skilled at finding and synthesizing information in order to deal with the novel situations you will face during your horticultural career.
Natural ResourcesNatural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology
As a natural resources major, you will study the science and management of resources such as amenity uses, fish and wildlife, forests, range and water. This degree program prepares you for careers in resource planning, management, conservation and education within the field of natural resources.
Rangelands ScienceNatural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology
Through hands-on course work, experiential learning opportunities and applied learning of rangeland ecology and management, Oregon State University’s B.S. in Rangeland Science degree program will prepare you to pursue high-demand, outdoor career opportunities on both private and public lands in areas such as soil and water conservation, managing for ecosystem goods and services, wildlife habitat management and sustainable land stewardship.
SustainabilityNatural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology
Sustainability impacts all aspects of global business, politics, economics and society, creating a need for leaders who have the skills and knowledge to address issues such as climate change, reliance on traditional energy sources, water issues and the demand for socially and environmentally responsible products and services.