Oregon Graduate Public Health Schools
Oregon Graduate Schools with Public Health Masters and PhD Programs
University of Oregon Graduate School
The University of Oregon is the second oldest public university in the state. It was founded in 1876 and is located in Eugene, Oregon. It is one of 60 members of the Association of American Universities and is classified as a \"high research activity\" university by the Carnegie Foundation. The campus spreads over 295 acres and is home to over sixty buildings and over 500 varieties of trees. The university is less than a two hour drive from Portland.
Masters in Counseling, Family and Human Services
The program requires two years of full-time study and encompasses a specialization in Couples and Family Therapy and prepares students to become therapists.
PhD in Psychology
The Doctorate program in Psychology includes clinical, cognitive/neuroscience, developmental, and social/personality areas of study. The goal of the doctoral program is to familiarize students with the methods and theories of psychology in their own and other specialties.
*Address: 1219 University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon 97403-1219
*Phone: (541) 346-5129
Oregon Health and Science University
Originally formed in 1974 as the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center, the Oregon Health & Science University is a public university with a main campus that includes two hospitals in Portland. There is also a smaller campus in Hillsboro.
Public Health MD-MPH
The program is particularly designed for students with a solid dedication to a career concerning a population and societal based practice model or one where a degree in public health would improve career efficiency in programs, policy, or research. The program focuses on public health electives and preventive medicine.
*Address: 3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Rd. Portland, Oregon 97239-3098
*Phone: (503) 494-7878
Lewis and Clark Graduate School
Lewis and Clark College is a private college located in Portland, Oregon. Originally chartered as the Albany Collegiate Institute in 1867 in the town of Albany, Oregon, it relocated to Portland in 1938. It is one of four colleges in Oregon whose foundations predate that of Oregon's statehood. Today the Lewis and Clark College occupies a campus of 137 acres in a southwest neighborhood of Portland.
Masters of Counseling Psychology
The program is designed for students seeking licensure as psychologists in an educational environment.
Master's Counseling Psychology Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy
Students prepare for a career working with couples, individuals, community groups, and families. The program also teaches systemic approaches to the therapeutic method. Emphasis is placed on learning how factors such as gender, race, sexual orientation, social class, and other social characteristics affect those placed in a therapist's care and how best to combat stereotypes and biases toward those subgroups.
*Address: 0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road, MSC 86Portland, OR 97219
*Phone: (503) 768-6060