The Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings evaluates almost 300 universities worldwide, in 30 subject areas, as part of their all-around evaluation. This scoring includes surveys highlighting academic and employer reputations, the total amount of published articles in academic journals, and how often the program’s work is cited in publications. Our Agriculture and Forestry program sits at number 7 in the world.
Oregon State University’s College of Forestry offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in forest engineering, resources and management, forest ecosystems and society, wood science and engineering, and several other interdisciplinary programs.
Just this year the College of Forestry has received $8,880,460 YTD in research grants. Scientists at the College of Forestry conduct research on a wide range of topics in the disciplines of biology, botany, ecology, engineering, forest management, manufacturing and marketing of wood products, the social sciences, wood chemistry and physiology, and many others.
Learn more about our programs by visiting http://www.forestry.oregonstate.edu/