Graduate Pathway in Environmental Sciences
What are the progression requirements to the university's graduate degree program?
After successfully completing the Pathway program, you can enter an OSU graduate program (subject to successful completion of Pathway program and any additional requirements). This transition to university from an INTO program is called progression. You must meet the following Oregon State University Pathway Progression criteria in order to progress:
What are my degree options after completing the INTO OSU Pathway?
The INTO OSU Graduate Pathway in environmental sciences is designed to provide a route to the Oregon State University degree program in Environmental Sciences.
How will an INTO OSU Pathway and an OSU degree program prepare me for success after my studies?
We contribute top talent to the job market-new engineers who have had entrepreneurial and commercialization experience during their years studying at OSU. These men and women graduate work-ready, prepared to contribute to the economy, and impact the world.
The College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences research spans across several disciplines and is focused in these strategic areas:
- Coastal and near-shore oceanography
- Water resources
- Climate change
- Elemental cycles and food web
- Advective and diffusive transport in the ocean and atmosphere
- Solid earth research to study magmatic and tectonic processes
- Natural hazards including earthquakes, volcanoes, coastal storms and sea level rise
- Land-change science and human dimensions of environmental change