School of Architecture & Allied Arts
Portland serves as an urban laboratory for the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, where students become part of the city’s creative culture. Degree programs in Portland are a master's in architecture degree (MArch) and a fifth year of study for undergraduate students in the Bachelor of Architecture degree program (BArch). The Historic Preservation program offers a Master of Science in Historic Preservation (MS). The Sports Product Design program in the Department of Product Design offers a Master of Science in Sports Product Design (MS), and the Department of Product Design offers a fifth year of study for students in the bachelor's of fine arts undergraduate degree (BFA).
Housed in the White Stag Block, students have access to state-of-the-art technology, light-filled workspaces, a curated art and design library, and exhibition areas. Regular lecture, symposiums, and reviews keep students and faculty engaged with the Portland community
School of Journalism and Communication
The SOJC in Portland is housed in the George S. Turnbull Portland Center. Our two Portland-based graduate programs in Multimedia Journalism and Strategic Communication are intellectually challenging and relentlessly practical, preparing students to be innovators and leaders in the working world. They connect students with top professionals in the state’s biggest media market, expose them to the latest in thinking and technology, and give them access to world-class faculty members. Night and weekend classes allow professionals to complete a master’s degree while working full time.
Also housed at the Turnbull Center are the Agora Journalism Center, the gathering place for innovation in communication and civic engagement, the Northwest Scholastic Press director, and the Portland Senior Experience internship program
School of Law
The University of Oregon’s School of Law first opened in Portland in 1884. With a history like that, not to mention boasting the highest concentration of Oregon law alumni located anywhere, it seems only fitting that interested students have the opportunity to spend their third year at the iconic White Stag Block enrolled in specialized courses and unique externships.
A special mentorship program, an exciting guest speaker series, and countless professional networking events gives students the chance to build relationships with Portland-area employers and practitioners, providing them with a number of platforms with which to actively engage with students.
Charles H. Lundquist College of Business
From the beginning, the Charles H. Lundquist College of Business has helped students become leaders in a dynamic world. For working professionals, the Oregon Executive MBA program is a way to sustain career momentum while exchanging ideas and best practices with peers.
It also means opportunity – creating a first-of-its-kind academic program in the global hub for sports products. The new sports product management master's program will allow experienced professionals to advance their careers by learning the business of creation.