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Why a degree in Rangeland Ecology and Management?
Our students go on to become professionals and leaders in a wide array of exciting careers. Students in the Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management at Oregon State University are people who are learning how to make a difference for the future of Oregon and the world!
As a student you will have numerous opportunities to apply your classroom knowledge to field experiences so you will be prepared to enter the professional arena. We are proud to be able to offer students the benefit of many strong partnerships we have forged through the years with State and Federal land use agencies, private industries, non-profit organizations, as well as a generous welcome from numerous private land owners. As a professional, you will be concerned with the restoration, improvement, conservation, ecology, and use of rangelands.
Facilities for study include classroom and field-oriented educational environments both on campus and at locations throughout Oregon. Field trips are taken in conjunction with specific courses. Because the Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management is moderately sized, students enjoy a high degree of exposure to all the department professors and to their advisor.
Five important facts about the B.S. degree in Rangeland Ecology and Management at Oregon State University:
As a Rangeland Ecology and Management professional, you will find employment opportunities are abundant. It is estimated that there are three jobs for every one of our graduates. Employment prospects for graduates with a bachelor's degree in the Rangeland Ecology and Management field are excellent.
The Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management is accredited by the Society for Range Management and is recognized throughout the country as one of the leading institutions of rangeland management.
Why choose Oregon State University?
Simple. We have great coures combined with leading teachers in the profession. Our faculty members are recognized as national and international leaders in their fields, you as students benefit tremendously from that and in turn will become the future of Rangeland Ecology and Management...and the world!!!
Let us know how we can help!
For additional information or questions about our undergraduate and graduate programs contact:
Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management
Oregon State University
202 Strand Agricultural Hall
Corvallis, OR 97331-2218