Forest Engineering Degree

Forest Engineering majors and students in the five-year, dual degree Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering program have a leg up in the job market. Graduates of these programs work in rural or urban settings; outside or inside; on forests, roads, bridges or transportation systems. We believe that every problem is a challenge; every challenge is an opportunity. These programs offer amazing opportunities for students who want to execute solutions to complicated forest, natural resource and civil engineering problems while also understanding the biological needs of the forest. Our degree programs in forest engineering are accredited by the Society of American Foresters (SAF).


Paying For College

There are a variety of options for you to fund your education. Over $550,000 in scholarships are available - and that's just from the College of Forestry. The College of Forestry is dedicated to making sure our degrees are affordable.


Oregon Forest Science Complex

The OFSC features 20 classrooms, computer rooms and laboratories, including the FERN Student Center and the Peavy Arboretum, where faculty, students, and researchers can participate in active learning and discovery while utilizing state-of-the-art equipment.

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Experiential Learning

Forest Engineering students love to get out there and get their hands dirty. Pretty much every student takes part in some form of learning outside the classroom. There are many opportunities to get involved and gain experience.

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Oregon State University is located in Corvallis, one of the top-ranked college towns in the country. A one-hour drive from the Pacific Ocean, and a two-hour drive from the Cascades and high desert, it is an ideal place to live and work.

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