The Department of Forest Engineering offers study in forest hydrology, timber harvest systems, logging engineering, forest operations, and a joint program in harvesting and silviculture with the Department of Forest Science. The Department of Forest Products offers concentrations in wood science, pulp and paper technology, computer-aided wood processing, timber engineering, biodeterioration and wood preservation, materials science/wood composites, and forest products marketing. The Department of Forest Resources includes study in community and resource development, forest biometrics/modeling, forest economics, forest management, forest planning administration, forest social science, forest recreation, land use planning, policy, natural resource education and extension, remote sensing, and GIS. The Department of Forest Science offers concentrations in forest ecology, forest genetics, integrated forest protection, forest physiology, and silviculture.
Northwest Association of Schools and of Colleges and Universities, Commission on Colleges and Universities
A need-based grant is available to deserving students who are admitted and enrolled in a part- or full-time program of study offered through OSU Extended Campus. Degree-seeking Extended Campus students may be eligible for federal and state financial aid.