- Awarded the Carnegie Foundation’s prestigious designation given to universities with “very high research activity”
- According to the school, the programs in environmental sciences, pharmacy, engineering, forestry, and other areas are nationally recognized for high quality
- The university is Oregon’s land, sea, sun, and space grant university
- Internship and co-op opportunities are available
- Offering college-level courses since 1865
- Offers online tutoring
- Accreditation provided by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Overview of Oregon State University
Oregon State University (OSU) is situated in Corvallis, Oregon. The Ecampus of Oregon State University offers undergraduate degrees and master’s-degree programs in a variety of fields of study. OSU is a member of the Natural Resources Distance Learning Consortium (NRDLC) which includes 10 universities working together to offer online courses and degrees in natural resources for agency professionals.
Online programs are available in subjects including environmental sciences, natural resources, fisheries and wildlife, liberal studies, general agriculture, and science and mathematics education.
The Extended Campus courses offered online are designed for the virtual classroom by experts involved in the latest distance-education technologies. The online courses have requirements for research, reading, and examinations, which are parallel to the on-campus courses.
- Students have access to library resources, academic advisors, and technical assistance
- Ask Ecampus, the school’s online communication center, provides students assistance regarding Ecampus programs and services 24/7
- Students have access to the OSU Extended Campus Student Services Center
Oregon State University Online classes are taught by experienced OSU faculty members with expertise in their teaching field.
Admissions and Financial Aid Information
Oregon State University Online admissions-office representatives assist applicants with the enrollment process. Applicants for the Graduate School are required to have a four-year bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
Need-based grants are available to full-time and part-time online students. Federal and state financial aid is available to those who qualify. The university also provides scholarships.