Oregon State

Attention Oregon Students:

Earning a degree could be a game-changer for you!

Colleges in Oregon

Did you know…

In the last 15 years, the number of degrees and certificates awarded to Oregon students has increased by 30%—and you could be part of this trend! Why continue your education beyond high school? Being a degree-holder could allow you to a pursue career in your chosen fields and stand out among other candidates in the job market. In addition:

  • You could increase your earning potential—those holding a bachelor’s degree in Oregon in 2021 had a median annual salary that was $32,429 higher than those with just a high school diploma
  • You might have better job stability—unemployment in Oregon in 2021 for bachelor’s degree holders was 37% lower than for those with a high school diploma
  • You might have more job opportunities—nearly half the occupations listed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics have entry-level requirements that include postsecondary education

And with flexible, online degree programs, you don’t have to put your life on hold. Study at your own pace, on your own time.

Colleges in Oregon Bachelors Degree Awarded

The Five Most Popular Majors For Bachelor’s Degrees in Oregon

Field of study# of Bachelor’s degrees awarded in 2019-20
Humanities3,519
Social Science and History2,740
Natural Sciences and Mathematics2,414
Business3,377
Health Professions and Related Programs2,224
In Fall 2021, 18,659,851 students were enrolled in online learning.

Education could have the power to help you break barriers and build dreams. Get matched to a school today!

 

Colleges in Oregon

 

 

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