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What are some degrees offered by the University of Oregon?

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Some of the undergraduate majors offered at the University of Oregon are accounting, geography, international studies, mathematics and religious studies. Undergraduate students can graduate with a four-year bachelor's degree. The college offers undergraduate minors in areas such as African studies, ethics, music technology and philosophy. It also offers masters and doctoral degrees in many areas of study including architecture, biology, comparative literature and educational leadership.

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The University of Oregon is located in Eugene, Oregon, and it was founded in 1876. There are 20,559 undergraduate students enrolled, as of 2015. It is considered a research institution and is home to more than 30 research centers, including the Center for the Study of Women in Society.

For prospective graduate students, the University of Oregon has a highly ranked college of education, as well as law school and business school programs. Graduate programs offered by these highly ranked departments include a master's degree in communication disorders and sciences, a doctoral degree in finance, and a master's degree in environmental and natural resource law.

Approximately 41 percent of classes on campus have fewer than 20 enrolled students. The five most popular majors for 2014 graduates are business and commerce, psychology, general social sciences, economics and physiology.

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