Oregon State University

  • Established: 1868
  • Type: Public / University / Oregon State University
  • Total Students: 31719

About Oregon State University

Oregon State University is a public institution that was founded in 1868. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 25,699, its setting is city, and the campus size is 422 acres. It utilizes a quarter-based academic calendar. Oregon State University is located in Corvallis, about 90 minutes south of Portland and an hour drive from the Pacific coast. Undergraduates at Oregon State can explore more than 200 academic programs, and graduate students can choose from more than 100 master's programs, including those in the schools of business, engineering and education. Oregon State, often called OSU, is the state's largest public research university, which specializes in studies of marine sciences, forestry, sustainable food systems and more. Outside the classroom, OSU students can choose from hundreds of clubs to join, several fraternities and sororities to pledge and many events to attend, such as the Battle of the Bands. Student athletes can play at the intramural level or try out for the many Oregon State Beavers varsity sports teams, which compete in the NCAA Division I Pac-12 Conference. Each year, OSU students gather to compete in the historic "Civil War" football game against University of Oregon.

At a Glance

  • Founded in 1868
  • International students: 4,013+
  • Countries represented: 107+
  • Bachelor Degrees: 200+
  • Master’s/PHD Degrees: 80+
  • Student to Faculty Ratio: 19:1
  • #41 Top Research University in the US
  • #5 Best Small College Town in America by College Values 2015
  • #2 Most Educated City in America by SmartAsset 2014
  • #4 Most Innovative City in US by Nerd Wallet
  • #1 Most Secure Small City in the US
  • #143 Best National Universities by US News and World Report (2017)
  • $68 Top Public University in the US by US News and World Report (2016)

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Courses Offered

Accounting

Area of Study Business and Management
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Agriculture Studies

Area of Study Agriculture
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Anthropology

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Apparel , Textiles & Design

Area of Study Architecture
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Architectural Engineering

Area of Study Architecture
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Architectural Engineering

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Art

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Arts, Media and Technology

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Bio-Health Sciences

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
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Biochemistry and Biophysics

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Adult and Higher Education

Area of Study Education and Sports
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Agriculture Studies

Area of Study Agriculture
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Anthropology

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Applied Economics

Area of Study Business and Management
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Art

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Artificial Intelligence

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Athletic Training

Area of Study Education and Sports
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Biochemistry and Biophysics

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Bioengineering

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Biological and Ecological Engineering

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Estimated Tution and Other Fees

Bachelor's Degree

Tution Fee
$23592
Accomodation & Other Fees
$9700
Total
$33292

Master's Degree

Tution Fee
$18198
Accomodation & Other Fees
$9700
Total
$27898

Requirements

Bachelor's Degree

Minimum GPA Total
3
Minimum level of Education
High School
Minimum TOEFL
70
Minimum IELTS
6
Minimum Duolingo
100

Master's Degree

Minimum GPA Total
3
Minimum level of Education
Bachelor's Degree
Minimum TOEFL
91
Minimum IELTS
7
Minimum Pearson
64
Minimum Duolingo
110

Additional Requirement

University may require refundable tuition deposit to issue I-20 form

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