Willamette University - Master's Degree

Willamette University is closely associated with the beginning of law and government in the historical Oregon Territory, which now comprises Oregon, Washington, Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming.

  • Average Tuition USD 58,997

School Description

Originally named the Oregon Institute, the school was an unaffiliated outgrowth of the Methodist Mission. The name was changed to Wallamet University in 1852, followed by the current spelling in 1870. Willamette educated many of the Northwest's first leaders, artists and business people.

Master Programs

  • 900 State St, Salem, OR 97301, United States

    Business Administration

    USD 48,858 Tuition Fee

    A program that generally prepares individuals to plan, organize, direct, and control the functions and processes of a firm or organization. Includes instruction in management theory, human resources management and behavior, accounting and other quantitative methods, purchasing and logistics, organization and production, marketing, and business decision-making.

  • 900 State St, Salem, OR 97301, United States

    Jurisprudence

    USD 58,038 Tuition Fee

    Instructional programs that prepare individuals for the legal profession, for related support professions and professional legal research, and focus on the study of legal issues in non-professional programs.

  • 900 State St, Salem, OR 97301, United States

    Legal Management

    USD 58,038 Tuition Fee

    Instructional programs that prepare individuals for the legal profession, for related support professions and professional legal research, and focus on the study of legal issues in non-professional programs.

  • 900 State St, Salem, OR 97301, United States

    Studies in Law

    USD 58,038 Tuition Fee

    Instructional programs that prepare individuals for the legal profession, for related support professions and professional legal research, and focus on the study of legal issues in non-professional programs.

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    Forbes (USA) 140

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  • Minimum GPA 3.20
  • Minimum incoming TOEFL 83
  • Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50
  • Minimum incoming GMAT 590
  • Minimum SAT 1615

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    Established in 1842

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    Willamette was one of the earliest coeducational institutions in the United States, and its first graduate was a woman. Women were attending the School of Medicine as early as 1877.

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          • 1999-2003, B.A.

            I had a phenomenal experience at Willamette University. Not only was I challenged and rose to the occasion in every single class I had, but I had caring, invested professors who helped guide me. On-campus activities afforded me the opportunity to meet more people, try new things and continue my evolution into the well-rounded person I continue to strive to be. When it came time to get a job, I walked across the street to the Oregon State Capitol and interned for the Senate President during my senior year. The skills and life lessons gleaned from Willamette have continued to help me succeed in life - professionally and personally.

          • 1988-1991, B.A.

            Ultimately, Willamette provided me with a more robust ability to write more effectively. The skills I learned during my studies has been a key component of my success at Equinix - the premier collocation company on the planet! Thanks to everyone at WU that helped make me a better overall communicator!

          • 1952-1956, B.A.

            After graduating from Willamette, I attended graduate school at Union Theological Seminary and Columbia University in New York. I could not have been happier with the preparation I received at Willamette. Later, my own teaching in a Canadian provincial university was greatly influenced by the liberal arts culture I experienced at Willamette.