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EOU Graduate Programs

Master of Science – MS

The Master of Science degree (MS) is intended to provide the student with a strong graduate-level course of study related to the field of education.  While the MS program will not lead to a teaching license, the program is not limited to licensed teachers.  If you are a graduate student wishing to pursue a teaching license, please refer to our MAT program.

Master of Business Administration

The MBA program at Eastern Oregon University provides a quality package of professional training and enhancement. Our professional educators with real-world experience are teaching tomorrow’s business leaders today.  You can give your bachelor’s degree extra muscle with our innovative MBA Program.  We’ll give you the strength and resources to be a powerful leader in the world of business.

Master of Arts in Teaching – MAT

The MAT Program is a graduate teacher preparation program designed to help students obtain Preliminary Oregon Licensure in either an Elementary-Multiple Subjects or Secondary-Single Subject Area(s) and to enable students to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching Degree.

Master of Fine Arts Creative Writing

The Eastern Oregon University Low Residency MFA Program is a two-year, 60-credit hour program. Starting in July of each year, students enrolled in the program will spend two weeks in residence at EOU. This July residency combines creative nurturing and academic rigor as we build a community of writers.

Master of Healthcare Administration

In Eastern Oregon University’s online Master of Healthcare Administration program, students participate in practical, applied experiential learning activities to prepare for leadership and administrative roles in the field. The flexible course of study, taught by healthcare administrative professionals, prepares graduates to manage people and operations in both urban and rural health administration facilities, hospitals, specialty clinics, and other health services organizations.