Professional Licensure General Disclosure

34 CFR § 664.43(a)(5)(v) and (c)

Pacific University designed educational curriculum to meet the educational requirements for specific professional license or certification that is required for employment in an occupation. Find below links to the General Disclosure information applicable to each program. 

Students are advised to determine, prior to enrollment, whether the program meets licensure requirements in the State or Territory in which the Student is located. Pacific University determined the State or Territory in which a Student applicant is located as the physical address as noted on the enrollment application. For Student applicants who are members of any branch of the US Military, Pacific University determined the Student’s location is their legal residence.

College of Arts and Sciences

Master of Social Work 
Bachelor of Music Therapy
Bachelor of Music Education 

College of Education

Bachelor of Arts in Education
Bachelor of Arts in Education & Learning
Bachelor of Education in Teaching and English Language Learning
Master of Arts in Teaching Special Education
Master of Arts in Teaching STEM/ESOL
Master of Arts in Teaching Arbor School Teacher Residency Program

Master of Science Speech Language Pathology

College of Health Professions

Master of Science in Athletic Training
Doctor of Audiology
Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene
Occupational Therapy Doctorate
Doctor of Pharmacy
Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies
Doctor of Physical Therapy
PhD in Clinical Psychology
PsyD in Clinical Psychology
Master of Arts Applied Psychological Science

College of Optometry

Doctor of Optometry

 

 

Contact Us

Ann Barr-Gillespie | Provost & Vice President
503-352-2114 | provost@pacificu.edu