Pacific University College of Education: Graduate Programs

Speech-Language Pathology Program (New in 2012)

   Housed in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, the Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) master’s degree program will prepare and graduate speech language pathologists who are professionally and culturally competent, engaged in the community and committed to service.

Woodburn STEM MAT

   Become a middle and high school Science or Math (STEM) teacher in Woodburn in our National Science Foundation-supported Woodburn STEM MAT program. $15,000 Pacific Noyce Scholarships available.


Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Fifth-Year Program

   With Pacific's Fifth Year MAT program, you will not only fufill all the requirements for the Oregon Initial Teaching License while you earn a Master's degree, you'll have opportunities for local and international field experiences. You'll develop a variety of teaching skills and methods by seeing and doing. You'll be ready for today's and tomorrow's diverse classrooms.

   This innovative, rigorous teacher education program runs from June to June on the Forest Grove campus and from September to December at Pacific's Eugene campus.

   Future Mathematics and Science educators also have the option of joining our new cohort in Woodburn.
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Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Flex Program

   With Pacific's part time MAT Flex program, working individuals can transition smoothly into a teaching career. Enjoy the benefits of a small cohort as you earn your master's degree and Initial Oregon Teaching License. Our professional learning community values your real life experiences and helps you develop the variety of effective teaching skills and methods necessary for diverse classrooms.

   The MAT Flex program runs from January to June on the Forest Grove campus and from September to December at Pacific's Eugene campus.
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Master of Arts in Teaching / Special Education (MAT/SPED)

   In collaboration with local school districts, the College of Education offers an intensive teacher education program for persons seeking initial licensure in special education with authorization at either the Early Childhood/Elementary or Middle and High School level. Students complete academic requirements for the Oregon Initial Teaching License while also completing the Master of Arts in Teaching degree.
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