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Oregon State University
Forestry - Recreation Resource Management
Degree: Bachelor of Science In Forestry

Required Courses

University RequirementRCC EquivalencyCredits
Econ201 Econ201 
Hhs 231 & 241 Hpe295 
Comm111 Sp111 
Wr121 & 122 Wr121 & 122 

Notes:
1. Only courses with grades of C- or better may be used to fulfill the major requirements.

Additional Baccalaureate Core Courses that may be taken at Rogue

Additional Biology or Physical Science: 4
Cultural Diversity: 3 credits
Difference, Power, and Discrimination: 3 credits
Literature and the Arts: 3 credits
Western Culture: 3 credits
Physical Science: 4

For list of current Baccalaureate Core Courses at Rogue, please go to
Baccalaureate Core Courses


Rogue Contact: John Salinas
541-956-7321
jsalinas@roguecc.edu


OSU Contact: College of Forestry
Student Services Office
541-737-1594
ForestInfo@oregonstate.edu

At OSU you will study recreation behavior, recreation planning and management, communication, wilderness management, resource economics, resource ecology and conservation, and resource analysis and policy. In addition, there are 15 different options or minors to help you narrow your focus.

Additional Requirements:
1. Students who are not completing the AAOT will be required to meet OSU's Baccalaureate Core requirements. Please refer to the Baccaulaureate Equivalency link below for these requirements.

2. In addition to the Baccalaureate Core requirements, students must meet the requirements for the BA/BS degree. Requirements for the BA degree differ significantly from those for a BS degree in the same department. Many departments offer only one or the other of the two baccalaureate degrees. Check departmental curricula for detailed information. The BA degree requires foreign language proficiency equivalent to that attained at the end of the second year course in the language.

3. For transfer admission, OSU requires completion of 36 transfer credits, with a minimum 2.25 GPA and completion of Wr 121 and Math 111.

NOTE: University requirements may change without notice. Students are responsible for working with RCC advisors or counselors and their transfer institution to ensure the accuracy of their academic plan.

Web Sites:
College Website
Major Website
General Education Website
Transfer Equivalency Website

Updated 3/27/12