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Faculty Quick Links

This is a resource guide for Education Studies Faculty. If some of the information is not applicable to your specific faculty role, please disregard. However, please note that you must be in compliance with all policy information provided. Your program coordinator and department head are available for consultation regarding academic policies.


Office Staff: If you need assistance within the EDST department, please see this directory.


Student Resources


If you are seeking an initial teaching license, you'll want to check out the UOTeach program. 


Professional Administrator License

The University of Oregon's Continuing Administrator Licensure (CAL) program is designed to prepare school leaders to meet the challenging demands of their careers in educational administration. The program emphasizes the development of expertise in professional practice and is intended for individuals who wish to pursue careers as superintendents, administrators, staff developers, curricularists, or professors of education specializing in the preparation of educators.

Secondary Special Education and Transition Program

The Secondary Special Education and Transition (SSET) is dedicated to the understanding of adolescents and young adults with disabilities and other high-risk behaviors. Faculty conduct research, model development, and outreach activities to develop and implement research-based services that assist transition-age youth in developing knowledge and skills to succeed in fulfilling their desired adult roles, including meaningful employment, completion of postsecondary education or training programs, and living independently in the community.

Oregon Career Information System

The Oregon Career Information System (CIS), an outreach unit in the College of Education, is a leader in the field of career information delivery and an innovator in computer-based tools for career and educational planning. Oregon CIS provides comprehensive information about occupations and industries, postsecondary programs and schools, and financial aid. Its online program and materials are used in schools, colleges, agencies, libraries, and businesses to inform the career development of students, clients, and employees. Its mission is to support the career development needs of Oregonians by developing quality career information resources, delivering comprehensive, integrated systems of career, and promoting sound career decision-making practices in education, employment, and community settings.


intoCAREERS is an outreach unit in the College of Education that develops and supports the Career Information System (CIS). In doing so, it provides content, multimedia, curriculum, and Internet applications that assist people in making informed career choices. Over the past 30 years, intoCAREERS has delivered high-quality national and localized information about occupations, employment, and education and training for use by students and adults. intoCAREERS licenses its products to state entities such as education agencies, offices of postsecondary education, and departments of labor. These entities create localized versions of the Career Information System to support career development programs in their respective states.


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