Oregon State University’s undergraduate programs in the biological and agricultural sciences, including biology and fisheries and wildlife science, are highly ranked nationally. In the National Science Foundation rankings of undergraduate programs, Oregon State University is ranked 8th nationally in biology / agriculture. These rankings are based on the percentage of graduates who go on to earn a Ph.D.
Postbaccalaureate studies (undergraduate) in Wildlife Science, 9/1992-6/1993, 9/1993-6/1994
Bachelor of Science in Biology, 6/1988
Key academic achievements:
- Graduated with High Scholarship.
- Very good to outstanding performance in nearly all major and all physical science courses.
- 27 quarter hours in wildlife and fisheries science, 15 in ecology, 77 in biological sciences, 41 in physical sciences, 14 in statistics, 12 in calculus, and 11 in natural resource and environmental economics and policy.
- Excellent performance in statistics, algebra, calculus, accounting, and economics courses.
- Very good to outstanding scores on all research proposals, term papers, reports, and essays.
Oregon Health & Science University’s School of Dentistry is ranked #2 nationally.
Predoctoral studies, Doctor of Dental Medicine program, 8/1988-6/1989