INTO Courses at Oregon State University
INTO Oregon State University offers a range of courses that are proven to help international students progress to undergraduate and graduate degrees in the US. The Center also offers a number of English language programs for professional or everyday use.Apply
International Year One
International Year One allows you to begin earning credits toward your degree even if you don’t meet the academic and English requirements for direct entry. You’ll receive additional support to move you successfully through your first year and graduate in the same amount of time as domestic students. Depending on your English language scores, you’ll enter International Year One through a 1-Semester, 2-Semester or 3-Semester Pathway program.
If you’ve already completed college or university-level courses and want to transfer to George Mason University, Drew University, Colorado State University, or Oregon State University, our Undergraduate Transfer Program (UTP) is for you. You’ll receive an estimate of transferable credits toward your degree before you start your program.
We have designed our Graduate Pathway program to provide you with a direct path to various degrees at OSU. You’ll receive the highest level of support, including GMAT/GRE test preparation, and develop the essential academic and language skills to succeed in your master’s program. We offer a 1-Term, 2-Term and 3-Term option, depending on your English language level.
Study Abroad With English
SAWE combines Academic English and OSU undergraduate classes. You’ll earn college credits in your field of interest without enrolling in a long-term degree. The program is customized for your English level and academic interest. Courses are available in liberal arts, business, engineering, public policy and the sciences.
Visiting International Student Program
Experience life on an American college campus while taking OSU credit-bearing classes as a non-degree student for up to one year. You’ll have access to OSU courses in liberal arts, business, engineering, public policy and the sciences. Other courses may be available on a case-by-case basis.