Bushnell University

Eugene, OR

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Take the next step—in your education, your leadership, your career, and your faith.

At Bushnell University, we encourage students to improve not only their own lives but the lives of others. Pursuing your graduate degree at Bushnell University will give you the tools and resources to do both. You’ll learn from experienced faculty who are experts in their disciplines and professionals who lead the way in their field. You’ll engage with curriculum rooted in the fundamentals but also relevant to today’s changing world.

Bushnell University graduate programs are designed for busy individuals who need to balance their studies with other work, family, and life commitments. No matter your passion, Bushnell has the program to help you get where you want to go. No GMAT or GRE required.

Bushnell University transforms lives. Devoted to offering a Christ-centered environment since its founding 127 years ago, Bushnell University encourages students to pursue wisdom, nurture faith, and champion service. Here, students answer God’s call in their lives and prepare to make a positive difference through career, family, church, and community.

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32 Graduate Program Options Offered

Program Certificate Master's Doctorate
Campus Hybrid Online Campus Hybrid Online Campus Hybrid Online
Business Doctorate & PhD                
Clinical & Mental Health Counseling              
Elementary Education                
Higher Education                
Higher Education Leadership & Practice                
MBA - Leadership                
MBA - Non-Profit Admin                
Organizational Leadership                
Physical Education          
Reading & Literacy              
Reading Education Teacher Endorsement                
School Counseling              
Secondary Education                
Special Education                
Sports Administration                
Teaching English                
Teaching History                
Teaching Math                
Teaching Other Subjects                
Teaching Science                

Located in Eugene, OR

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Graduate Programs

No matter your passion, Bushnell University has the program to help you get where you want to go.

Online Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Management & Leadership
- Non-Profit Leadership

Online Master of Arts in Leadership
- Business Administration
- Church Leadership
- Higher Education Leadership
- Non-Profit Leadership
- Interdisciplinary

Online Master of Arts in Sports Management

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Master of Arts in School Counseling

Master of Philosophy in Theology (M.Phil.)

Master of Arts in Teaching (Licensure Program)

Master of Education (M.Ed) 
- English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
- Physical Education (PE)
- Special Education (SPED)
- Reading Interventionist

Certificate Programs

• Education
- English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
- Physical Education (PE)
- School Counseling
- Special Education (SPED)
Reading Interventionist

Student Body

223 students

186 full-time

37 part-time




Application Fee
*may vary by program
Housing Offered? no


Admissions Office
P: 541-684-7288

Admissions Officer
Kacie Gerdrum
Dean of Admission kgerdrum@bushnell.edu

What students are saying about us...

  • “The Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) graduate program at Bushnell University was more than just a scholastic experience; rather, this program marked significant growth in my personal, spiritual, and professional identity.“”

    • Marcia Smaha ’23
  • “Bushnell University has a reputation that precedes it. Bushnell doesn’t simply state its values; it embodies values of faith, morality, and service while working to better the world.“

    • Rocco Molagh ’24
  • “The program at Bushnell helped me to think critically, communicate concisely and develop my leadership capacity. I was challenged by the rigor of the core classes and gained valuable knowledge in accounting, statistics, and operations.“

    • Shelly Williams ’23