For students earning their first or second Bachelor's degree (post baccalaureate) the BS in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation (FW) Sciences offers first-rate training in processes and strategies for the management and conservation of fish, wildlife, and marine species and their habitats.
You can earn a minor in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences or Marine Conservation and Management online, through Oregon State's Ecampus, or on campus. The Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences minor offers a broad foundation in biodiversity conservation, ecosystem function, and human influences on natural resources, as well as fish and wildlife biology. The Marine Conservation and Management Minor focuses on marine vertebrates, conservation science, and management of living marine resources. The Marine Conservation and Management minor may be added to the BS in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences degree.
Our undergraduates are making a difference by learning about and putting into practice the conservation of biodiversity, management of fish and wildlife, and protection of terrestrial, aquatic, and marine habitats through a degree in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences. Interested in how our students fare professionally after graduating? Explore our latest Survey of Graduates Report for the value of a degree in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences at Oregon State University. Curious about how academic advising works? Learn about our Department's advising philosophy and structure.