The Natural Resources (NR) Bachelor of Science degree program provides graduates with a working knowledge of a broad span of natural resources, their diversity and interdependence, and the critical relationships between humans and their environment. The program of study is interdisciplinary and encompasses a broad spectrum of coursework supported by the Colleges of Agricultural Science, Forestry, Liberal Arts, and Science.
Please note: You can always return to this page by clicking on the 'Natural Resources' title above.
Welcome prospective students! We invite you to browse this website for information about the Natural Resources (NR) degree program and the Natural Resources Minor. .
In addition to the above, one of the following categories may apply to you: an interest in earning your NR degree via Ecampus, Cascades Campus, or enrolling with transfer credits. The links provided below may provide helpful information in your decision to enroll in OSU’s Natural Resources degree program.
Natural Resources via OSU Extended Campus (distance education)
If you are considering a Natural Resources degree online, visit the OSU Extended Campus (Ecampus) Natural Resources site. Additionally, review their information about planning your degree; this site contains a wealth of information about transfer information and getting started in the application process.
Natural Resources via Cascades Campus
If you wish to obtain your Natural Resources degree at the Cascades Campus in Bend, OR, please visit the Cascades Campus Natural Resources website.
Corvallis Campus Transfer Students
As a transfer student to the Corvallis Campus, the following links will help you in your transition to OSU:
- Transfer credit: this page has links to resources that may help you understand how your transfer credits will be applied toward your OSU degree
- OSU Atlas: this is a new system designed to make it easier for you to see how your transfer credits will be applied toward your OSU degree
- Degree Partnership Program: you can enroll in an Oregon Community College and OSU to maximize your options in completing your degree
- Transfer Student Resources: here you will find information about moving to Corvallis, services for transfer students, and tips from previous transfer students
Hello current students! Here is information that will pertain specifically to you as an admitted Natural Resources student.
Make sure you are familiar with some important Academic Policies.
Be sure to keep up with the Academic Calendar; it has many important dates that you will find helpful throughout the term, including when the term begins and ends, deadlines to S/U or drop a class, etc.
Term Planning Sheet
The term planning sheet (printable PDF) will help you lay out your courses for the next term or for your whole degree. It is intended for on-campus students, but Ecampus students may also find it helpful. You can always find copies of this sheet in front of Connie’s office, in Peavy 211. If you are a junior or senior, creating a term-by-term degree plan with your advisor will ensure that you are on track to graduate.