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To sit for the CPA exam in Oregon, you must have acquired 225 total credit hours. After completing the 180-credit accounting degree program at EOU, you will need 45 more credit hours. You can choose to register for 45 more undergraduate credit hours, complete the Post-Baccalaureate Accounting certificate (48 credit hours) or enroll in the MBA program (45 credit hours).

Generally, payments for the current term must be made in full, within the first fourteen calendar days of the current term, unless other payment arrangements have been made with the student accounts office or the student has completed the Revolving Charge Agreement. To explore your options, contact us at 855-805-5399.

Your blend of classes depends on your program of choice. At EOU, we work with you to ensure that you can create a schedule that fits your needs. To find out more, contact us at 855-805-5399.

Yes, online education is well respected throughout a variety of fields and industries and there is no difference between the online MBA and on campus. On top of that, the Master of Business Administration program at EOU is accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE). This affiliation represents EOU’s commitment to a quality business education and consistent, continuing evaluation.

Yes, financial aid may be used for textbooks and cost-of-living expenses. All information regarding financial assistance can be found here.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors. Learn more here.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Our diverse faculty have many areas of expertise and are made up of a mix of full-time and part-time professors.

Additional fees for the summer residencies would include travel, room and board while in attendance at Fishtrap and on EOU’s campus, and these would be dependent on an individual’s choice of options.

An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

No. There are no additional fees associated with this program.

An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

No. There are no additional fees associated with the program.

No. There are no additional fees for the program.

No. There are no additional fees associated with this program.

An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

There are no additional fees for the program. You may review all tuition costs here.

An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

A cost differential of $13.50 will be applied to ACCT, BA and ECON prefix courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

A cost differential of $13.50 will be applied to ACCT, BA and ECON prefix courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

No, there are not any miscellaneous fees. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

An additional $17 per credit hour will be applied to graduate accounting and business administration courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

There are no miscellaneous fees associated with the online program. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

There are only a few restrictions. The two minors chosen must be from separate fields. For example, two minors from Health and Human Performance may not be used to form an interdisciplinary studies major. The minor may also not be selected from the associate’s programs or certificate programs.

Yes, EOU is a Yellow Ribbon school. To learn more, click here.

Your enrollment counselor is available for questions about applying to EOU Online and registering for your courses. Talk with your academic advisor to stay on track with your degree progress. A transcript team will ensure that you get the most credit possible for past college credit, and a tuition planner will assist you in completing financial aid paperwork and assessing the cost of your education. Also, do not forget that you have access to EOU campus resources such as student services, admissions, disability services, financial aid and student advocacy.

EOU provides excellent opportunities for transfer credits and financial aid. For your tuition cost, visit your program’s page. For information about costs and awards, visit the EOU Online Tuition & Aid page.

You can apply for grants, scholarships, waivers and federal financial aid. See the Save Time & Money tab above for the many options available.

You can also apply for student federal aid: EOU’s Federal school code is 003193

Yes, if you provide documentation that you are eligible for the benefit, and that you have applied. However, only the Department of Veteran Affairs can determine eligibility for VA benefits. We are only estimating what they will pay. You will be responsible for any amount of your debt VA has determined they will not pay for. If you are unsure, wait until your COE is mailed to you.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, an advanced degree is usually required to be an economist. However, some organizations, plus the federal government, offer entry-level positions for those with a bachelor’s degree.

Yes, the bachelor’s degree in information technology management can be completed 100 percent online, because there are no on-campus requirements.

Yes, we will help you find and complete an internship that is local to you. Your capstone experience will work the same way.

Yes, this degree can be completed 100 percent online because there are no on-campus requirements.

Yes, the bachelor’s in computer science can be completed 100 percent online, because there are no on-campus requirements.

Yes, you can complete this program entirely online because there are no on-campus requirements. However, be aware that upper-division courses in the EMSA program are occasionally offered as on-site weekend hybrid courses in Eastern Oregon, Southern Oregon and the Portland, Oregon region.

Yes, the bachelor’s in English/Writing program can be completed 100 percent online.

Yes, this degree can be completed 100 percent online, because there are no on-campus requirements.

Yes, the bachelor’s in psychology can be completed 100 percent online, because there are no on-campus requirements. This includes the senior capstone and any internships.

Yes, the bachelor’s in public administration can be completed 100 percent online, because there are no on-campus requirements. Eastern Oregon University’s online B.S./B.A. in public administration is one of the first of its kind.

Yes, you can complete this program entirely online because there are no on-campus requirements. However, be aware that upper-division courses in the FSA program are occasionally offered as on-site weekend hybrid courses in Eastern Oregon, Southern Oregon and the Portland, Oregon region.

So long as you have an internet connection and can commit to the time it takes to complete coursework, you can continue in the program. Some courses have fieldwork experiences that need to be completed. If you think you may be deployed at the time you’ll need to complete those, speak with an enrollment counselor directly at 855-805-5399.

If you have limited financial resources, and meet any of six deferral requirements, you may be eligible for a deferral. Provide the appropriate documentation as outlined in the Application for Fee Deferral.

Yes. Many professors will offer digital conference times using technologies such as live chat, video calls or phone calls. Check with your professors about how to schedule individual meetings.

Yes, financial aid may be used for textbooks and cost-of-living expenses. All information regarding financial assistance can be found here.

Yes, you’re welcome to visit campus anytime. Get local information and schedule your on-campus visit by chatting with our admissions team at 855-805-5399 or online-group@eou.edu.

Yes, absolutely. Online programs at EOU are explicitly designed for busy working professionals in mind, including those with personal and professional responsibilities. The asynchronous format lends itself well to the flexibility you need to succeed in the program you select.

Yes, students can take breaks through their programs, but it may delay graduation. Students should seek the help of their advisor.

Yes, students will choose between three paths for this program. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

Yes, there are six concentrations available to choose from, including:

  • Curriculum Leadership
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
  • Special Education
  • Dyslexia (Starting Summer 2021)
  • Literacy
  • Trauma in Educational Communities

You can learn more about coursework for the Master of Science in Education here.

No, you do not have to pick a concentration. You can learn more about coursework for the Post-Baccalaureate Accounting Certificate here.

The program requires two weeks of residency every summer in eastern Oregon, which is part of the Wilderness, Ecology and Community Low-residency Specialization. You can learn more about coursework for the MFA in Creative Writing here.

While you do not need to have all documents ready when you start your application, your application file (GPA/transcripts, letters of recommendation, goal statements, etc.) must be complete when you submit your application to the program. Incomplete files will not be considered. Please visit our admission requirements page for full details of what’s needed.

No. You will not receive a W-2 from the VA and benefits paid under any law administered by VA should not be reported as income to the IRS.

You may qualify if you are a citizen of, or have a bachelor’s degree from, one of many countries. See the EOU English Proficiency Policy for more information.

EOU works to provide resources, credit for military service, scholarships and benefits for spouses and dependents. To learn more, click here

Yes, EOU accepts transfer credits. You can learn more about our transfer policy here.

Yes. You can complete a Revolving Charge Agreement, a payment agreement that allows a student to make monthly payments on an account. Get details by contacting us at 855-805-5399.

You may be eligible for an application extension. To find out, contact our Admissions Office at (855) 805-5399, or email online-group@eou.edu.

Yes. Applicants who meet specific requirements may defer their application fee. To find out if you qualify, contact us by phone at (855) 805-5399 or by email at online-group@eou.edu.

Yes, EOU does offer some hybrid degree programs. It’s best to check the program page of the degree you’re interested in to see if it’s offered in a hybrid method.

Yes, we offer a variety of different online degree programs to fit your academic and professional needs. You can see our online degrees here.

Yes. We offer provisional acceptance and offer support to ensure success. To find out more, contact us at (855) 805-5399, or email online-group@eou.edu.

Learn more about getting started with Canvas, our learning management tool, through our online resources.

Yes, EOU’s Assessment of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) process provides an opportunity for students to document acquired learning from life/work experiences in a format that can be assessed for academic credit. You can learn more about it here.

Yes. Applicants who are non-immigrants and are citizens of a foreign country should follow the steps for international student admission. You can learn more about applying to EOU here.

Yes. The Eastern Oregon Social Science Journal (EOSJ) presents achievements and research from undergraduates.

Yes, the program accepts transfer credits. We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses pages.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

EOU offers several scholarships to all types of students. Find more information here.

Yes, this program accepts transfer credits. We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

EOU offers several scholarships to all types of students. Find more information here.

Yes, there are two specializations students can choose from, which include: the Forensic Accounting Track or Certified Managerial Accounting Track. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Accounting here.

Yes, this program accepts transfer credits. We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

Yes, there are two optional concentrations students can choose from, which include Anthropology Concentration and Sociology and Social Welfare Concentration. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Anthropology and Sociology here.

EOU offers several scholarships to all types of students. Find more information here.

Yes, this program accepts transfer credits. We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with 2 classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

Yes, there are three concentrations students can choose from, which include: Global Food Systems and Agribusiness, Leadership, Organization and Management or Marketing. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Business Administration here.

EOU offers several scholarships to all types of students. Find more information here.

No, there is no work experience requirement. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Yes, the program accepts transfer credits. We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there are no concentrations for this program. Options for elective credit hours are more specialized to suit your unique interests. Choose from marketing, web design, new media, cultural communication and more. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Communication Studies here.

EOU offers several scholarships to all types of students. Find more information here.

Yes, this program accepts transfer credits. We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there are no concentrations for this program. The robust curriculum includes the skills you’ll need in almost any IT job, including introductions to software, operating systems, database management plus algorithms and analysis.

EOU offers several scholarships to all types of students. Find more information here.

Yes, this program accepts transfer credits. We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there are no concentrations. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Early Childhood Education here.

Currently, this program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

Yes, the program accepts transfer credits. We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there is no concentrations for this program. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Economics here.

Currently, this program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

The Bachelor’s in Fire Services Administration at EOU has many professional associations, including the following:

  • Meets model curriculum from U.S. Fire Administration’s nationally-recognized Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE).
  • Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
  • Meets standards established by the National Fire Protection Association NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications.
  • National Fire Academy featured provider

We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework for transfer to EOU. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there are no concentrations for this program. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in History here.

Currently, this program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework for transfer to EOU. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

Yes, students will choose between three paths: two EOU minors, Individual Plan Plus EOU Minor or Transfer Minor Plus EOU Minor. You can learn more about coursework here.

Currently the Bachelor’s of Interdisciplinary Studies does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

EOU offers several scholarships to all types of students. Find more information here.

Yes. We have a generous transfer credit policy that allows you to transfer up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. You can learn more about our admissions policy here. The Office of Admissions is happy to help if you have questions. Simply call 855-805-5399 or email.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time, and it is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

There is no residency component necessary to complete the degree.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. You can watch that now, and stay tuned for the next live event.

There are no specializations or concentrations in the program. You can review courses here.

You do not need work experience to apply to the bachelor’s of cybersecurity program. You can learn more about our admissions policy here. The Office of Admissions is happy to help if you have questions. Simply call 855-805-5399 or email.

We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework for transfer to EOU. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there are no concentrations or specializations for this program. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Emergency Medical Services Administration here.

Currently, this program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

No, there is no work experience required for this program. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework for transfer to EOU. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there are no concentrations. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in English/Writing here.

Currently, this program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

Yes, this program accepts transfer credits. This program accepts up to 45 transfer credits, which may be CLEP, ASL or APEL. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there are no concentrations. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Fire Services Administration here.

Currently, this program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

No, there is no work experience requirement. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Yes, this program accepts transfer credits. 60 credits of upper division coursework are required, 30 of which can be transferred in. Of credits in the major, a minimum of 20 must be from EOU. APEL credits may substitute for some program requirements. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

Yes, there are three concentrations students can choose from: Physical Education and Sport, Exercise Science or Community Health. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Health & Human Performance here.

Currently, this program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

No, there is no work experience requirement. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

EOU accepts up to 135 credits from previous college coursework. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there is not a concentration or specialization for this program. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Information Technology Management here.

Currently this online program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework for transfer to EOU. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there is no concentration for this program. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Politics & Economics here.

Currently the Bachelor’s in Politics & Economics does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

No, there is no work experience requirement for this program. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework for transfer to EOU. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Yes! Learn more about our Bachelors in Psychology in our Virtual Open House on August 5th at 12pm PST. Register now.  

Yes, students can choose between the Applied Psychology or Experimental Psychology concentrations for the program. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Psychology here.

Currently the Bachelor’s in Psychology does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

No, there is no work experience requirement. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework for transfer to EOU. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there are no concentrations for this program. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Public Administration here.

Currently, this program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

No, there is no work experience required for this program. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Yes, the program accepts a maximum of 12 transfer credits, which must be approved based on alignment to M.S. program requirements. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

No, the program does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

Yes, there are six concentrations available and one must be selected, which include:

  • Curriculum Leadership: Develop skills to provide effective curriculum leadership, including mentoring PK-12 professionals by building upon the foundation of initial teacher preparation and classroom experience.
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL): Second-language learners require specialized educational techniques. Deliver quality ESOL education based on language and cognition, sheltered instruction, linguistics and language acquisition. You can also pursue an ESOL endorsement.
  • Special Education: This concentration is only available to those who are fully admitted to the special education program and who intend to complete the full endorsement requirements. Courses in the special education program fulfill the concentration and elective credits in the M.S. degree.
  • Dyslexia (Starting Summer 2021): Develop the knowledge and skills to identify, assess and provide intervention for children at-risk for dyslexia and other reading disabilities.
  • Literacy: Learn advanced techniques in teaching reading, writing and comprehension. With the proper electives plus your practicum, you can also pursue a Reading Intervention endorsement for enacting reading programs.
  • Trauma in Educational Communities: Develop the knowledge and skills necessary to create effective, trauma-informed classrooms and educational communities.

You can learn more about coursework for the Master of Science in Education here.

Currently, the Master of Science in Education does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

– Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.

– Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

No, there is no entrance exam requirement for this program. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

No, there is no work experience requirement. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Yes, this program allows transfer credits. The maximum number of transfer credits is 15. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

No, the MBA does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Students are required to choose elective courses. Topics of approved electives include business and the environment, emotional intelligence, alternative business strategies and disaster recovery. You could study agribusiness, tax regulations or even advanced accounting. Yet another option is a three-credit-hour course for a topic of your choosing. You can learn more about coursework for the MBA here.

Currently the MBA program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

– Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.

– Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, GMAT or GRE scores are not required for entrance into the MBA program.

No, this program does not require work experience. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Yes, students may transfer credits to this online program. The maximum number of transfer credits for this program is 15. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Yes, this online program does follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The program requires two weeks of residency every summer in eastern Oregon, which is part of the Wilderness, Ecology and Community Low-residency Specialization. This specialization connects students to the Pacific Northwest’s rich tradition of writers and thinkers through a variety of intensive workshops.

Currently, the MFA in Creative Writing does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

– Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Eastern Oregon University’s FAFSA® code is 003193.

– Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there is not an entrance exam requirement for this program. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

No, there is no work experience requirement for this program. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Yes, but at least 25 percent of the certificate credits must be from EOU. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take 3-4 classes every 11 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with two classes every 11 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our most recent virtual open house was held on February 10, 2021. Feel free to watch the most recent virtual open house, and stay tuned for the next live event.

No, there is not a concentration available. You can learn more about coursework for the Post-Baccalaureate Accounting Certificate here.

Currently, the program does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

– Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.

– Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

No, there is no entrance exam requirement. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

No, there is no work experience required. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Our Early Childhood Education program is award-winning. We have been ranked on both The Best Schools and College Choice lists of best online programs. Most recently, our program was ranked number four on the Great Value Colleges’ list of Top 30 Affordable Early Childhood Education Degree Online Programs.

Eastern Oregon University Career Services offers in-person coaching and online resources to help students broaden the perspective of their career choices and to understand the value of their education in relation to employment. This includes outreach to all students in all academic programs, on and off campus coupled with outreach to employers, service providers and government agencies. You can learn more about our Career Services here.

Coursework for the bachelor’s in communication studies incorporates many timely technologies such as social media, YouTube, Google, audiovisual recording and editing, web development and more.

After securing your online bachelor’s in business administration from EOU, you can work in many management positions. You might also work in marketing, accounting, global food systems and agribusiness.

To engage with online students, our program provides online video lectures and livestream presentations. You could also become a member of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honor society.

All inquiries regarding student loans start with the FAFSA® here. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.

Several options will satisfy the foreign language requirement. You can either complete 24 foreign language course credits, complete a second-year foreign language course sequence, complete any upper-division course that has a two-year language prerequisite or secure equivalency certification by the appropriate foreign language faculty. International students who are already fluent in another language will have already met the foreign language requirement.

Our economics faculty are well-versed in online teaching techniques. Two of their most popular tools are recorded Whiteboard lectures and video lectures. You will feel like you are actually in the classroom.

All inquiries regarding student loans start with the FAFSA® here. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.

You can start the FAFSA® form here. EOU’s FAFSA® code is 003193.

You don’t. The Yellow Ribbon is part of the Post-9/11 GI Bill® and is automatically applied if your tuition costs exceed the maximum state cap for tuition reimbursement and if you are qualified for the Post-9/11 GI Bill® at the 100 percent rate. The Yellow Ribbon does not apply for active-duty personnel, their spouses or veterans receiving less than 100 percent of the benefit.

The first step is to start your application. You’ll need to submit official transcripts and pay your application fee as well. Learn more about admission here.

The first step is to start your application. You’ll need to submit official transcripts and pay your application fee as well. Learn more about admission here.

The first step is to start your application. You’ll need to submit official transcripts and pay your application fee as well. Learn more about admission here.

The first step is to start your application. You’ll need to submit official transcripts and pay your application fee as well. Learn more about admission here.

The first step is to start your application. You’ll need to submit your official transcripts and pay your application fee. Find out more about applying here.

The first step is to start your application. You’ll need to submit your official transcripts and application fee as well. Our enrollment counselors are available to help you along the way. Find out more here.

The first step is to start your application. You’ll need to submit official transcripts and pay your application fee as well. Learn more about admission here.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application.

Applying to Eastern Oregon University is simple — you will create an EOU Online account and submit your application online.

You can learn more about our admissions policy here. The Office of Admissions is happy to help if you have questions. Simply call 855-805-5399 or email.

The first step is to start your application, and include any required documents like official transcripts.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application, and include any required documentation like official transcripts.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application, and include any required documents like official transcripts.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application, and any required documents like official transcripts.

The first step is to start your application, along with submitting other required materials like transcripts.

The first step is to start your application.

You can easily start your application now.

Admission requirements are available on each graduate program’s page. See a list of the online programs here.

If you are a veteran, use the Find a Form link, search and complete VA Form 22-1990, Application for VA Education Benefits. You will be mailed a COE in approximately 8 weeks.

STEP 1: Apply for EOU Admission

You’ll be asked to submit all official transcripts – including your Military Training Transcripts

STEP 2: Apply for Student Federal Aid

EOU’s Federal school code is 003193

STEP 3: Apply for Military Education Benefits

A. Review your options for the military education benefits based on your eligibility. Compare benefits easily by using the GI Bill Comparison Tool and viewing current payment rates.
B. Apply online for your GI Bill® benefits
C. Contact appropriate EOU representative for support:

Dorothy Jones – EOU Veterans Certifying Official, Chapter 33, 35, 30, 31, 1606 and 1607

Nanda VanHouten Military Tuition Assistance, Chapters 31 & 33

STEP 4: Admitted? Congrats! Connect with Kerry Thompson, EOU Military and Veteran Coordinator & Online Advisor, kjthompson@eou.edu | military@eou.edu | 1-800-382-2114 | 541-289-2841.

Request and provide an official copy of your JST or CCAF transcript during the admissions process along with your prior college transcripts and high school transcripts so they can be evaluated.

You can order your transcripts using the appropriate military branch link below. Please note that you will likely be prompted to manually accept the DoD’s security certificates.

If you have a passion for reading, writing and digital media, this degree is right for you. EOU’s English/Writing degree is a starting point for a variety of careers besides just teaching. In terms of transferable job skills, an English degree is one of the best options, even if you are undecided on a career path.

The interdisciplinary studies degree program is very popular at EOU, and is right for students who want to develop a variety of transferable skills in a personalized subject area. You can mix and match minors to tailor your degree program to a career or graduate program. You could also focus on advancement in your current career.

Admission requirements are available on each graduate program’s page. See a list of the online programs here

Your transcript team will help you determine which credits can transfer to EOU online. They will also take care of requesting and submitting your transcripts. You can also read more about transfer credits on the Transfer Pathways page.

The biggest difference is that sometimes you will complete work in an asynchronous environment (classes and events happen on a delay) and sometimes you will work in a synchronous environment (classes and events happen immediately). In the asynchronous environment, instead of showing up to a classroom at a designated time and day, you will frequently check Canvas or other online platforms for materials shared by your professor. You can ask questions via Canvas or email; and similarly, you will submit work online and await grading online instead of receiving graded work in the classroom. 


In a synchronous environment, you will have a scheduled, digital class meeting with live or immediate interactions. Be sure to take note of the type of online environment your individual professors will use, and adhere to all assignment deadlines.

We’ll work with you to provide the best resources, credit for military service, scholarships and benefits for spouses and dependents. Please reach out to us to find out more about the benefits available to military students at 855-805-5399.

You can complete the program in four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Depending on the number of credits you transfer, you can complete the program within 2-4 years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

If you transfer the maximum number of credits, you can complete this program in two years.

You can complete the program in just four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just 4 years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just four years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

If you transfer the maximum number of credits, you can complete this program in two years.

You can complete the program in just one and a half years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just 1.5 years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just 2-3 years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just one year. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our rigorous coursework prepares students for the competitive computer science field. Core curriculum includes introductions to software, operating systems, database management plus algorithms and analysis. These are the skills needed in virtually every IT job. While our coursework is challenging, we provide the right preparation and support to all learners. Learn more about our courses here.

Class length varies depending on the course and degree program. Typically, classes range from 7 to 14 weeks in length. To find out more, explore your program of interest.

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Business is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Accounting is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Anthropology and Sociology is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Business Administration is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Communication Studies is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Computer Science is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Early Childhood Education is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Economics is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in History is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies program is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The program is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so you can take up to four years to complete the degree if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Emergency Medical Services Administration is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in English/Writing is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Fire Services Administration is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Health & Human Performance is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Information Technology Management is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Politics & Economics is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Psychology is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Bachelor’s in Public Administration is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Master of Science in Education is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 3 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The MBA is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to one and a half years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The MFA in Creative Writing is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to three years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Post-Baccalaureate Accounting Certificate is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 4 years to complete the degree, if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Our online Bachelor’s in Information Technology Management program typically takes four years to complete, and graduates can go on to work in a number of computer and IT careers.

Obtaining transcripts, securing letters of recommendation, writing personal statements and the like have variable lengths of time associated with them, which is why you should start them as soon as you can. Once your application file is complete, it typically takes 2–4 weeks to review and provide an answer as to whether you’ve been accepted to the program.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We’re bringing this program to our online offerings in Fall of 2021. We focus on keeping class sizes small to offer plenty of individualized attention in learning, so create an EOU online account and submit your application online now.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

We recently created this program for the online modality. Learn more about what to expect as an online student here.

The time it takes to complete your application file with all necessary information will vary based upon how long it takes to obtain letters of recommendation, transcripts, etc. Once your application file is complete with all necessary information, it typically takes 2–4 weeks to review and provide an answer as to whether you’ve been accepted to the program. To learn more, click here.

Each term is 11 weeks long.

Clinical hours are required for some courses. To find out more, contact an enrollment counselor.

There are no clinical or field hours required for this program.

There are no clinical or field hour requirements for this program.

A project-based learning project in student’s community is required. Online students have opportunities for internships, community partnerships and capstone experiences by working one-on-one with faculty members to find local placement. Learn more.

There are no clinical or field hour requirements for this program.

There are no clinical or field hour requirements for this program.

You’ll complete 16 courses to earn the Bachelor of Applied Science in Business degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 24 program-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Accounting degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 13 major-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Anthropology and Sociology degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 18 major-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Business Administration degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 20 program-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Communication Studies degree. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Communication Studies here.

You’ll complete 23 program-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Computer Science degree. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Computer Science here.

You’ll complete 18 program-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Early Childhood Education degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 20 program-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Economics. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 19 courses to earn the Bachelor’s in English/Writing degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 9 major-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in History degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

The number of courses is dependent on the path you choose. You can learn more about coursework for the Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies here.

There are 90 courses total in the program. You may transfer up to 45 courses (135 credits) from previous college experience. You can review courses here.

You’ll complete 17 courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Emergency Medical Services Administration degree. You can learn more about coursework here.

You’ll complete 17 program-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Fire Services Administration degree. You can learn more about coursework for the degree here.

You’ll complete 20-23 courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Health & Human Performance degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 12 major-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Information Technology Management degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 16 major-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Politics & Economics degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 11 major-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Psychology degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 13 major-specific courses to earn the Bachelor’s in Public Administration degree. You can learn more about coursework here.

You’ll complete 11 courses to earn the Master of Science in Education degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 15 courses to earn the MBA degree. You can learn more about coursework for program here.

You’ll complete 11 courses to earn the MFA in Creative Writing degree. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

You’ll complete 13 required courses to earn the Post-Baccalaureate Accounting Certificate degree. You can learn more about coursework here.

You will need 225 credit hours to sit for the CPA exam in Oregon.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor of Applied Science in Business. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Accounting. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Anthropology and Sociology. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Business Administration. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Communication Studies. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Computer Science. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Early Childhood Education. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Economics. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in History. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 total credits to earn the bachelor’s of cybersecurity degree, 135 of which may be transferred from your previous college experience. You can review courses here.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Emergency Medical Services Administration. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in English/Writing. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Fire Services Administration. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Health & Human Performance. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Information Technology Management. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Politics & Economics. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Psychology. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 180 credits to earn the Bachelor’s in Public Administration. You can review courses here.

You’ll complete 36 credits to earn the Master of Science in Education. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 45 credits to earn the MBA. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 60 credits to earn the MFA in Creative Writing. You can review courses now.

You’ll complete 45 credits to earn the Post-Baccalaureate Accounting Certificate. You can review courses now.

The program accepts a maximum of 12 transfer credits, which must be approved based on alignment to M.S. program requirements. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

12 of the certificate credits must be from EOU. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Field hours are required in the teaching practicum courses. During these courses, students gain supervised experience in the classroom.

As of 2019, EOU had more than 1,200 undergraduate online students. Learn more about online student life.

As of 2019, there were more than 3,000 undergraduate students studying at EOU. You can learn more about us here.