OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Professional School Undergraduate Forestry & Forest Engineering Degrees

Link to Pro-School Application

 

The Forestry degree is now administered as a Professional School with a 2-year "Pre-Professional" education followed by the 2-3 year Professional Program.

 

The FERM Department offers a baccalaureate program in Forestry, with options in Forest Management, Forest Operations Management (incorporates a Business & Entrepreneurship  minor), and Forest Restoration & Fire. Each option is comprehensive but emphasizes different aspects of the management of forested lands.  FERM also offers the only Forest Engineering degree program in the nation, as well as a dual-degree Forest Engineering - Civil Engineering (FE/CE) program!  

 

Our Forestry and Forest Engineering programs are accredited by the Society of American Foresters (SAF).  More information regarding our SAF accredited programs can be found on our Student Achievement webpage.  The Forest Engineering and Forest Engineering / Civil Engineering programs have been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

 

Forest Engineering

Our Forest Engineering Undergraduate Advising Guide is available by downloading thisPDF.
Our Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering Undergraduate Advising Guide is available by downloading thisPDF.

Forestry Degree: Forest Management Option

Our Forestry Undergraduate Advising Guide is avalilable for download here.  The option-specific information for the Forest Management Option begins on page 9.

Forestry Degree: Forest Operations Management Option

Our Forestry Undergraduate Advising Guide is avalilable for download here.  The option-specific information for the Forest Operations Management Option begins on page 14.

Forestry Degree: Forest Restoration & Fire

Our Forestry Undergraduate Advising Guide is avalilable for download here.  The option-specific information for the Forest Management Option begins on page 5.

Related Activities

The College of Forestry offers a variety of activities and clubs for students. Those that are particularly popular with students include the Forestry Club (social club and home of the Logging Sports team), the OSU Student Chapter of the Society of American Foresters (the primary professional society for the forestry profession), the Forest Recreation Club, and the Natural Resources Club.