The Oregon State College of Forestry offers six distinct and top-ranked undergraduate academic programs in a small, friendly environment where students get personal attention and guidance from faculty, staff and advisors. Career paths take students into a forest, a factory, a laboratory or an office, and graduates leave Oregon State with knowledge and skills in demand in both the Pacific Northwest and worldwide. The college enjoys a century-long reputation as a research, teaching and extended education leader. Currently, the college has more than 250 graduate students, including 35 international students. The college offers graduate degrees in four distinct areas administered by three separate departments. About 75 faculty members teach at the graduate level, and the college employs more than 300 faculty, staff and support personnel.
Undergraduate degrees offered include Forestry, Forest Engineering, Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering dual degree, Natural Resources, Renewable Materials and Tourism, Recreation and Adventure Leadership. All programs lead to a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree and allow students to focus on a particular forest landscape or ecosystem area. Graduate degrees offered include Master of Forestry (MF), Master of Science (MS), Master of Natural Resources (MNR) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).