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For students earning their first or second Bachelor's degree (post baccalaureate) the BS in Fisheries and Wildlife (FW) Sciences offers first-rate training in processes and strategies for the management and conservation of fish, wildlife, and marine species and their habitats. Students in our degree program learn to think critically and evaluate problems using basic and applied science and fundamental ecological principles, and through consideration of social influences on conservation.
The undergraduate curriculum is composed of a Baccalaureate Core, FW Core including two internships, and a specialization. The specialization is a 24 credit plan of study which you design along with your advisor according to your interests and career goals. In our degree program, you'll get outside, take field courses, gain work experience, and in some cases, conduct independent research projects.
Students planning to transfer to the program should read the information on the How to Apply page for Transferring Students.
Students wanting to earn their second Bachelor's degree (post baccalaureate) should reference the Post Baccalaureate Students information including the Biology, Chemistry and Math Requirements prior to admission.
The following materials are for currently enrolled Fisheries and Wildlife undergraduates. The Orientation Guide and First Year Experience documents are for incoming students.
If you have questions about the BS in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences in Corvallis, contact Nancy Allen.
If you are ready to join us, learn How to Apply to the Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences degree program.