Earn your master's degree in teaching. The application for summer 2018 cohort is open. Apply now!
Join us for an open house and learn more about graduate degrees in counseling and teaching at OSU-Cascades.
Graduate students provide counseling to community members.
Graduate students in the school counseling program are completing their practicum in local schools.
Master of Counseling
Clinical Mental Health: 90 credit hours (equivalent to 60 semester hours)
School Counseling: 75-81 credit hoursCurriculum
Master of Arts in Teaching
61-62 credit hoursCurriculum
Master of Counseling Options:
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Master of Arts in Teaching Endorsements:
Elementary - Multiple Subjects (grades K-8)
Language Arts (grades 5-12)
Integrated Science (grades 5-12)
Advanced Math (grades 5-12)
Social Studies (grades 5-12)
Learn more about earning your Master of Counseling at OSU-Cascades
Learn more about earning your Master of Arts in Teaching at OSU-Cascades
The Master of Arts in Teaching is accepting applications.
The Master of Counseling application is closed.
Questions the application and admission process? Contact Jordon Zardinejad, our graduate recruitment and program support coordinator.
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
5-7 p.m.Register now
Enjoy on-campus living at OSU-Cascades. All room types are open to graduate students but many choose to live in a single room with a private bathroom, or with other graduate students in apartment-style suites.
Brooke Stalter, '17, Teaching
Rita Schenkelberg, '17, Counseling
Jordan Lenchitsky,'17, Teaching
1500 SW Chandler Avenue
Bend, Oregon 97702
Partner Institutions:Oregon State University Central Oregon Community College