Grad School
Jul 13, 2017

Individuals interested in learning about graduate degrees in teaching, counseling and creative writing at Oregon State University – Cascades are invited to attend an open house to learn about the programs’ curriculum, application requirements and financial aid.

The open house is slated for Tuesday, July 25 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and will  take place at the Graduate & Research Center at 650 S.W. Columbia Ave. in Bend.

Admissions representatives, program faculty, academic advisors and current students will be available to meet with prospective students.

OSU-Cascades’ graduate teaching and counseling programs are nationally accredited.

The teaching program offers the opportunity to earn initial licensure at the elementary or secondary levels, with endorsements in elementary multiple subjects and in middle and high school language arts, social studies, math or science.

The graduate counseling program offers options in school counseling and clinical mental health counseling. Students graduate with course requirements fulfilled for state licensing and national certification.

The MFA in Creative Writing is a low-residency program that incorporates instruction in the craft and profession of creative writing. Students each embark on a long-distance and individualized course of study with a faculty mentor, and twice a year join fellow students for intensive 10-day residences of writing workshops, lectures and seminars.

To register visit http://osucascades.edu/graduate-programs-open-house or contact  jordon.zardinejad@osucascades.edu or 541-322-3118.

About OSU-Cascades: Oregon State University’s branch campus in Bend, Ore., features outstanding faculty in degree programs that reflect Central Oregon’s vibrant economy and abundant natural resources. Nearly 20 undergraduate majors, 30 minors and options, and four graduate programs include computer science, energy systems engineering, kinesiology, hospitality management, and tourism, recreation and adventure leadership. The branch campus expanded to a four-year university in 2015; its new campus opened in 2017.