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Also known as OSU, Oregon State University is a public, research and coeducational university located in Covallis, Oregon. OSU is among the 73 land-grant universities in the United States and currently has an endowment just shy of $470 million.
OSU was founded in 1868 and currently has George Pernsteiner as its chancellor with Edward John Ray taking the position of president and Jay Kenton and Susan Weeks both vice-chancellors.
With its large undergraduate population, NCAA Division I sports team and overall pristine location, OSU also sports a huge list of available majors with degrees being offered on the bachelorette, masters and doctoral levels. Not only that, but the school offers some of its bachelor and master programs online. These include:
- B.A./B.S. Economics
- B.A./B.S. General Anthropology
- B.A./B.S. Liberal Studies
- B.A./B.S. Political Science
- B.A./B.S. Women Studies
- B.S. Environmental Science
- B.S. Fisheries and Wildlife
- B.S. General Agriculture
- B.S. General Horticulture
- B.S. Human Development and Family Sciences
- B.S. Natural Resources
- M.S. Science & Mathematics Education
- Master of Education (Ed.M.)
- Master of Natural Science
Bachelor programs require a high school diploma or GED with acceptable ACT or SAT scores. The master level programs require a bachelor degree from an accredited university. Some master programs do require a certain amount of time working in a specific industry.
Being a public university, Oregon accepts all forms of government grants and loans. Tuition is substantially lower for students who live in state than those who do not. Undergraduates can start their financial application with the FAFSA.
OSU is regionally accredited by NWCCU, the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.