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Online Undergraduate Opportunities

WOU currently offers many online undergraduate courses and some majors have developed online pathways. Our undergraduate online courses and pathways provide flexibility as you balance other life commitments, such as work and family, with your academic goals. 

Our online pathways may also be a path to degree completion if you have existing college credits from another institution. Our [should this be SSA, Admissions, or transfer pathways] staff are happy to talk with you about your options and chart a path to complete your degree at WOU.

Majors like Psychology, Criminal Justice, and Information Systems offer many of their courses online. Advisors can work with you to navigate a pathway through these majors to complete your degree online.


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Many of our general education courses also offer online sections, providing an excellent way to jumpstart your college career online at WOU. Learn more about General Education at WOU!

Get in touch with Student Success and Advising, Admissions, or transfer pathways to learn more about undergraduate opportunities, transfer pathways, and degree completion at WOU!


Online Courses

WOU is adding new online courses all the time! To find the most current listing of online courses, you can use our course schedule tool

Online courses can be a great way to add flexibility to your course of study at WOU! They can also support your goals for professional or continuing education or be a great way to jumpstart your undergraduate degree by completing general education courses.

We recommend you work with an academic advisor when selecting courses, to ensure the courses match your goals and fit within your program of study.

Distance Learning Authorization

NC-SARAWestern Oregon University has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.

You can learn more about the work NC-SARA does to ensure students receive high-quality online learning experiences at Information about Western Oregon University’s participation in NC-SARA, including licensure disclosures and resolution of student complaints can be found at

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