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Guide for International Students 2017-18

#1

Most Secure Small City in the US

#41

Top Research University in the US


#68

Top 200

(U.S. News & World Report 2016)

(Academic Ranking of World Universities 2015)

Top Public University in the US

Best Universities in the World

$309M

#5

in Research Funding (2014-15)

Best Small College Town in America (College Values 2015)

1 of 44

Best Buy Schools in the US (Fiske Guide to Colleges 2016)

559

Students awarded OPT positions after graduation

Top 78

Best Universities in the US (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2015)


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Contents | Oregon State University 2017-18

Welcome to Oregon State University! At Oregon State University, international students join a supportive community dedicated to student success and well-being. We are committed to providing international students with learning experiences and services that promote academic, professional and personal success. The OSU campus community is defined by its commitment to a cleaner, safer and more sustainable quality of life. Your experience as a student is our top priority. Our academic clubs and organizations will enable you to pursue and apply your interests, build leadership skills and prepare you for your future career. As a student at Oregon State University, you will enjoy full access to all university resources, services and facilities. Oregon State University's rankings illustrate the quality of education provided by our dedicated faculty. At OSU you will gain the knowledge and expertise needed to advance in your career. For nearly 150 years, OSU has been recognized as a leading research university in the United States. In fact, OSU is one of only 40 public universities to be awarded as a Top Tier 1 research facility for innovation and diversity. As a university, OSU is committed to advancing the science of sustainable earth ecosystems, improving human health and wellness and promoting economic growth and social progress for the people of Oregon, the United States and the world. Discover OSU, invest in your life, and take part in our vision for a better tomorrow!

“At Oregon State University, we are committed to further developing as a vibrant international community. We proudly invite the world’s students and faculty to study, teach and conduct research here. I encourage you to join our community of scholars at our diverse and welcoming campus.” Edward Ray, PhD President, Oregon State University

Oregon State University 6 Corvallis, Oregon 8 OSU for International Students 10 OSU-Cascades 12 OSU Academic Programs 14 Academic Colleges 16 INTO Oregon State University Undergraduate 18 Undergraduate Admissions 29 Direct Entry 20 Pathway Programs Graduate 30 Graduate Admissions 31 Direct Entry 32 Pathway Programs English Language Program 44 Academic English 45 General English/Special Programs 46 Study Abroad with English 47 Visiting International Student Program

Student Life 48 Being an OSU Student 50 Sports and Recreation 52 Living on Campus 54 Housing Options 56 Working While Studying 58 Working After Graduation 59 Scholarships Your Application 62 OSU Direct Application Process 63 INTO OSU Application Process 64 Application 69 Affidavit of Support 70 Country Scales 72 English Waiver Guidelines 73 Dates, Tuition and Fees

Tier 1 Very High Research Activity and Community Engagement designation (Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching)


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Corvallis, Oregon | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | Corvallis, Oregon

OSU

Corvallis, Oregon Corvallis has a population of 56,000 and is consistently recognized as one of the best places to live in America. With its diverse population and landscape, Corvallis is ranked as one of the safest, greenest and best college towns in the US. The State Oregon offers you all of the variety of the Pacific Northwest region. Whether you love walking on the beach or skiing in the mountains, the Cascade Mountain Range and Pacific coast offer scenic and recreational activities like nowhere else in the US. Industry and Opportunity Living in Corvallis will give you many opportunities for jobs and internships. Seattle, Portland and its region have become a hub for new technologies such as cloud computing and innovative financial services technologies. Many companies are now investing in the region and are looking to hire Oregon State University students, including: Hewlett-Packard, Nike and Boeing.

‚ Corvallis, Oregon

The Town Downtown Corvallis is only a few blocks away from campus. It is a charming small town and an easy place to navigate. Almost all the roads have bicycle lanes. Don't have a bike? There's a free bus line that can take you anywhere in Corvallis. Many festivals and events are organized throughout the year, bringing students and the entire community together. Some of the most popular events in town are the Wednesday and Saturday outdoor markets. You'll enjoy walking along the river while tasting and buying local, fresh and organic products.

Things to Do and Places to Visit • Go tax-free shopping in Portland or at the Woodburn outlet mall • Enjoy locally made wine tasting in the 650 wineries in Oregon • Tour one of the almost 200 breweries in Oregon • Visit Crater Lake National Park, the deepest lake on the American continent • Hike to over 200 waterfalls in Oregon • Ski on Mount Hood or anywhere on the Cascade Range • Taste fresh and local produce at the Corvallis Farmer's Market • Play competitive soccer in the Corvallis Sports Park

Seattle

Corvallis

Portland

Portland Corvallis

Bend

New York

Chicago San Francisco

Washington, DC

Denver

Los Angeles Atlanta

Dallas

Miami

#2 Most Educated City in America (SmartAsset 2014)

97% of streets in Corvallis have bike lanes

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#4

Most Innovative City in the US (Nerd Wallet 2015)


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OSU for International Students | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | OSU for International Students

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Founded: 1868

With full access to academic support resources, services and amenities the university offers, each student will receive the support they need to be successful during their OSU experience.

Enrollment: 29,576 International Students: 4,013 Countries Represented: 107

Premier Public Research University Founded in 1868, Oregon State University is one of only two US universities to have Land, Sea, Space and Sun grant designations. This means OSU is involved with world-changing research in all four areas, something unique among American universities.

Bachelor's Degrees: 200+ Master's/PhD Degrees: 80+ Campus Size: 400 acres Research: $309M

Oregon State is among the nation’s leading research institutions in a range of fields, including forestry, climate change, wave energy, sustainable food systems, computer science, environmental science, chemical and mechanical engineering and robotics.

Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 19:1

Cultural and Religious Diversity You will find spaces all over campus to practice your faith and share your culture. Our Diversity and Cultural Engagement office provides seven centers to support students from different cultural backgrounds:

Safe and Friendly Community Ranked as the third happiest and the most secure small town in the US, you will enjoy a safe and welcoming community in Corvallis. Our international students become friends with American students which helps them improve their English and learn about US culture. Opportunities and Experiential Learning At OSU, we value opportunities and do our best so each student can learn in and out of the classroom. You will have many opportunities to join diverse student groups, research projects or apply for internships so you can use what you've learned in class in the real world. This experience will make you and your résumé stand out.

• Asian and Pacific Cultural Center • Centro Cultural César Chávez • Ettihad Cultural Center • Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center • Native American Longhouse • Pride Center

Key University Resources • Academic Success Center success.oregonstate.edu • Counseling and Psychological Services counseling.oregonstate.edu • Disability Access Services ds.oregonstate.edu • Dixon Recreation Center recsports.oregonstate.edu • Public Safety and Oregon State Police fa.oregonstate.edu/publicsafety • Student Experience Center mu.oregonstate.edu/feature/studentexperience-center • Student Health Insurance studenthealth.oregonstate.edu/insurance • Student Health Services studenthealth.oregonstate.edu • Valley Library osulibrary.oregonstate.edu • Visa and Immigration Support international.oregonstate.edu/isas oregonstate.edu

• Women’s Center

 Centro Cultural César Chávez

www.youtube.com/user/oregonstateuniv www.twitter.com/oregonstateuniv www.facebook.com/osubeavers

www.instagram.com/oregonstateuniv

OSU

OSU for International Students

OSU At-a-Glance


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Oregon State University 2017-18 | OSU-Cascades

OSU-Cascades | Oregon State University 2017-18

OSU

OSU-Cascades OSU-Cascades is an Oregon State University campus located in Bend, Oregon, only 200km away from Corvallis in the high desert of central Oregon. Small Campus Feel — Big University Resources Named for being close to the Cascades mountain range, the OSU-Cascades campus gives students the advantages of a premier research university in a personalized, smallcampus environment. It is a great option for international students looking for a quieter university experience. Here, you can experience American culture in a vibrant small city, explore the great outdoors and pursue a degree with the excellent resources of Oregon State University. With a student community just over 1,000, international students quickly find themselves immersed in the campus community as well as in the region’s local culture.

Bend, Oregon • With a population of more than 80,000, Bend is the most populated city in central Oregon • Located at an elevation of 1,000 meters

Programs Offered Undergraduate Degrees • Accountacy (BA/BS) • American Studies (BA/BS) • Art (BA/BS)

• Predominately dry climate with sunny days, cool nights and low humidity

• Biology (BS)

• Bend is known for its scenic setting and year-round outdoor activities and often referred to as an outdoor adventure playground

• Computer Science (BS)

• Recreation activities available in Bend: skiing, hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, kayaking and whitewater rafting

• Liberal Studies (BA/BS)

• Business Administration (BA/BS) • Energy Systems Engineering (BS) • Hospitality Management (BA/BS) • Human Development and Family Sciences (BS) • Kinesiology (BS) • Natural Resources (BS) • Psychology (BA/BS) • Social Science (BA/BS) • Sustainability (Double degree only) • Tourism and Outdoor Leadership (BS) • University Exploratory Studies BOLD = only available at OSU-Cascades

Graduate Degrees • Counseling (MCoun) • Creative Writing (MFA) • Education (MAT)

osucascades.edu

1,157 Students enrolled

16 Average number of students per class

11

1 in 5 Students participate in internships or practicums


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OSU Academic Programs | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | OSU Academic Programs

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Indicates degree programs also available at OSU-Cascades Indicates a Pathway program can lead to this degree

OSU

OSU Academic Programs

Indicates an OSU degree program

Designated STEM degree by the US Department of Homeland Security

Animal Sciences [BS options: Animal Management, Pre-Veterinary Medicine]

Applied Economics

Bioresource Research [BS options: Animal Reproduction and Development, Applied Genetics, Bioproducts, Bioenergy, Biotechnology, Climate and Biosystems

Geology

Botany [BS options: Botanical Research, Fungal Biology, Plant Ecology and Systematics, Plant Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology, Pre-Professional Teaching Botany]

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Environmental Economics and Policy [BS options: Environmental Economics,

Fisheries Management (Graduate Certificate)

Fisheries Science

Science, Food Science]

Rangeland Ecology and Management

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Counseling [Options: Clinical Mental Health, Counseling, School Counseling]

Environmental Processes, Microelectronics Processes and Materials Science, Nanotechnology Processes]

Merchandising Management

Industrial Engineering [BS option: Business Engineering]

Materials Mechanics, Renewable Energy, Robotics, Thermal Fluid Sciences]

Radiation Health Physics [BS option: Radiation Health Physics Pre-Med] Robotics

Contemporary Hispanic Studies

Creative Writing

Mathematical Economics]

English

Environmental Arts and Humanities

Data Analytics Mathematics [BS options: Applied and Computational Mathematics, Secondary Teaching Emphasis, Statistics]

French

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Statistics

Zoology

Physics/Applied Physics

History of Science

Liberal Studies [BA/BS option: Pre-Education] ●

College of Veterinary Medicine

Music [BA/BS options: Instrumental Performance, Music Education, Music

Veterinary Medicine - DVM ●

Interdisciplinary

Philosophy

College and University Teaching (Graduate Certificate)

Political Science [BA/BS options: Environmental Politics and Policy, International Affairs, Law, Politics and Society]

Comparative Health Sciences [Options: Biomedical Sciences, Clinical Sciences] Interdisciplinary Studies

International Studies

Religion and Culture (Undergraduate Certificate)

Religious Studies

Sustainability

Social Science [BA/BS option: Community Development and Leadership] (OSU - Cascades campus only) Sociology [BA/BS options: Crime and Justice, Environmental and Natural Resource Sociology]

Spanish Speech Communication [BA/BS options: Communication, Theater Arts]

Molecular and Cellular Biology [BA/BS options: Applied Physics, Biological Physics, Chemical Physics, Computational Physics, Geophysics, Mathematical Physics, Optical Physics, Physics Education]

History

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Microbiology

Natural Resources [BS options: Arid Land Ecology, Ecology Restoration, Fish and

Biochemistry, Business, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry Education, Environmental Chemistry, Forensic Science, Materials Science, Pre-Medicine]

Management, Forest Operations Management]

Pre-Education Biology, Pre-Medicine Biology, Pre-Veterinary Medicine]

Forestry [BS options: Forest Landscape Process and Management, Forest

Chemistry [BA/BS options: Advanced Biochemistry, Advanced Chemistry,

Psychology

Biology [BS options: Ecology, Genetics, Marine Biology, Pre-Dentistry Biology,

Public Policy

Dentistry, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Nursing Education, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Podiatry]

BioHealth Sciences [BA/BS options: Pre-Clinical Laboratory Science, Pre-

Economics [BA/BS options: Law, Economics and Policy, Managerial Economics,

Peace Studies (Undergraduate Certificate)

Public Health [BS options: Health Management and Policy, Health Promotion and Health Behavior] (Graduate Certificate also available)

Biochemistry and Biophysics

College Student Services Administration

College of Science

Applied Visual Arts [B.F.A. options: Fine Arts, Photography]

Medical Humanities (Undergraduate Certificate)

Bachelor’s

Master’s

Bachelor’s

Doctorate ●

Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering

Wildlife Conservation, Forest Ecosystems, Geosciences and Natural Resources, Human Dimensions in Natural Resources, Individualized Option, Law Enforcement in Natural Resources, Native Americans and Natural Resources, Natural Resource Education, Natural Resource Policy/Management, Natural Resource Conservation and Technology, Recreation and Tourism Management, Resource Conservation, Soil Resources, Sustainable Agroforestry, Urban Forest Landscapes, Watershed Management, Wildland Fire Ecology]

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Forest Engineering

Forests and Climate Change (Graduate Certificate)

and Health Sciences, Pre-Dietetics]

General Anthropology]

College of Forestry Forest Ecosystem and Society

Nutrition [BS options: Dietetics, Nutrition and Foodservice Systems, Nutrition

Production, Piano Performance, Vocal Performance]

Mechanical Engineering [Grad options: Advanced Manufacturing, Design, Medical Physics

Human Management and Policy (Graduate Certificate)

Anthropology [BA/BS options: Archaeology, Biocultural, Cultural Linguistics,

Food in Culture and Social Justice (Undergraduate Certificate)

Human Development and Family Sciences/Studies [BS options: Child Development, Human Development and Family Sciences, Human Services]

Graphic Design

Environmental Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

College of Liberal Arts

German

Materials Science

Business Administration/MBA [BA/BS options: Entrepreneurship,

Marketing

Web and Mobile Web Software Development, Computer Systems]

Manufacturing Engineering

Accountancy [BS option: Accounting Information Systems]

Management

Energy Systems Engineering (OSU - Cascades campus only)

Ethnic Studies

Construction and Engineering Management

College of Business

Interior Design

Civil Engineering [BA/BS option: Environmental Engineering] [Grad Option:

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Innovation Management (Double degree for non-business majors only)

Doctorate

Chemical Engineering [BA/BS options: Biochemical Processes,

Gerontology (Undergraduate Certificate) ●

Digital Communication Arts

Biological and Ecological Engineering

Finance

Water Resources Engineering

Business Information Systems

Ecological Engineering

Nutrition, Physical Education Teacher Education, Pre-Therapy and Allied Health]

Art [BA/BS options: Art History, Fine Arts, Photography] ●

Bioengineering

International Business, Supply Chain and Logistics Management] [MBA tracks: Business Analytics, Corporate Finance, Innovation Management, Market Research, Supply Chain and Logistics Management]

Kinesiology [BS options: Applied Exercise and Sport Science, Fitness and

Education, Eco and Adventure Tourism, International Ecotourism, Recreation Management] (OSU - Cascades campus only)

Applied Ethics (Undergraduate Certificate and MA)

College of Public Health and Human Sciences Athletic Training

Tourism and Outdoor Leadership [BS options: Adventure Leadership and

American Studies (OSU - Cascades campus only) ●

College of Engineering

Wildlife Science

Master’s ●

Applied Anthropology

Adult and Higher Education

Toxicology

Wood Science ●

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Computer Science [BA/BS options: Applied Computer Science, Computer Science ●

Sustainability

Wildlife Management (Graduate Certificate)

Construction and Engineering Management, Transportation]

Rangeland Sciences Soil Science

College of Education

Teaching [Optional: TESOL Endorsement]

Horticulture [BS options: Ecological and Sustainable Horticultural Production, Ecology Landscape and Urban Forestry, General Horticulture, Horticultural Research, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Therapeutic Horticulture, Turf Management, Viticulture and Enology]

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Biology, Chemistry, Early Childhood/Elementary, Family and Consumer Sciences, Health, Integrated Science, Language Arts, Physics, Social Studies, TESOL] [MS options: Mathematics, Science and TESOL]

Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences

Food Science and Technology [BS options: Enology and Viticulture, Fermentation

Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy (4-year)

Sustainable Natural Resources (Graduate Certificate)

Education [BS options: Advanced Mathematics, Basic Mathematics,

Environmental Policy, General]

Fisheries and Wildlife Administration

Water Resources Policy and Management

Renewable Materials [BS options: Management and Marketing, Science and Sustainable Forest Management

Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Water Resources Science

Pharmaceutical Sciences [Biopharmaceutics, Medicinal Chemistry, Natural Products Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacology, Toxicology]

Engineering]

Marine Resource Management (MA, MS and Graduate Certificate)

Water Conflict Management and Transformation (Graduate Certificate)

Crop and Soil Science [BS options: Agronomy, Plant Breeding and Genetics]

Entomology

Geographic Information Science (Undergraduate and Graduate Certificate)

College of Pharmacy

Environmental Resource Interpretation, Forest Resources, Law Enforcement, Park Landscapes, Public Policy, Resource Planning, Sociology, Tourism]

Management, Aquatic Biology, Environmental Chemistry for Environmental Sciences, Environmental Conservation and Sustainability, Environmental Policy, Land-Air Interaction, Pre-Education Environmental Science, Terrestrial Ecosystems, Water Science and Resources]

Geography

Modeling, Environmental Chemistry, Food Quality, Genomics/Bioinformatics, Pest Biology and Management, Plant Growth and Development, Sustainable Ecosystems, Toxicology, Water Resources]

Crop Science [BS options: Entomology, Plant Breeding and Genetics]

College of Forestry (continued) Recreation Resource Management [BS options: Cultural Resource Management,

Environmental Sciences [BS options: Applied Ecology and Resource

Agricultural Sciences

Botany and Plant Pathology

College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences Earth Sciences [BS options: Earth Systems, Geography, Geology, Ocean Science]

Doctorate

Agricultural Business Management

Master’s

College of Agricultural Sciences Agricultural Education

Bachelor’s

Doctorate

Master’s

Bachelor’s

Graduate Pathway programs leading to master’s degrees are listed below in orange.


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Academic Colleges | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | Academic Colleges

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College of Public Health and Human Sciences

OSU's 11 academic colleges offer degree programs designed to prepare students for exceptional careers.

health.oregonstate.edu Our college of Public Health and Human Sciences focuses on health policy, aging, environmental and occupational health, nutrition, physical activity, health promotion and health behavior, as well as the prevention of chronic disease, injury and obesity. You will join a world-class faculty and have many opportunities to get involved with research in or outside the classroom. 1 of 57 CEPH accredited colleges in the US

College of Business business.oregonstate.edu Our College of Business provides an education encompassing innovation, entrepreneurship and experiential learning to develop profession-ready graduates. You will have many opportunities to meet professionals and get hands-on experience through our various programs such the Austin Entrepreneurship Program or the OSU Advantage Accelerator. However you choose to engage, you’ll get to bring your learning beyond the classroom and prepare yourself to design your future.

Top 100 Universities in the US in total research and development spending; #17 for research and development spending in environmental sciences. Turn Ideas into Reality Join a top-ranked program in Chemical Engineering (#76), Civil Engineering (#46), Nuclear Engineering (#12) and more. Power the World’s Economy Earn a degree in accountancy, business administration, business information systems, finance, innovation management, management, marketing, recreation resource management, tourism and outdoor leadership or hospitality management.

Double Degree at OSU As an undergraduate student, you have the opportunity to graduate with more than one degree at OSU. For each additional degree, you must complete a minimum of 32 credits above the minimum number needed for one degree. You will receive a separate diploma for each degree earned. Sustainability Double Degree Our sustainability double degree provides students with a rich education that addresses the growing demand for socially and environmentally responsible products and services that can help address global problems like climate change, biodiversity loss, social inequities and food and water scarcity.

Promote Healthy Lives Prepare for a career in health sciences by studying kinesiology, nutrition, public health, human development and family sciences.

University Honors College The UHC offers: • Challenging and creative curricula for students of all majors • Unique classes, typically limited to 12-20 students • OSU’s top professors, often chosen by UHC students • One-on-one mentoring by faculty members • An undergraduate thesis where students can pursue their academic and research interests Admission to the UHC is competitive. Applicants meeting the minimum academic criteria also will be evaluated on their responses to the essay portion of the UHC application and on their non-academic activities and contributions to their communities. For more information about the UHC, visit: honors.oregonstate.edu

#114 Best Undergraduate Business Program in the US (U.S. News & World Report 2016)

College of Engineering engineering.oregonstate.edu Through nearly 30 unique degree programs at the graduate and undergraduate level, we produce top-notch engineers who are grounded in integrity, ingenuity and a keen understanding of global economies, cultures and natural systems. By emphasizing authentic, experiential engineering experiences within our curriculum, we equip students with the knowledge, skills and passion to advance innovative solutions to today’s most complex engineering challenges. #70 Best Undergraduate Engineering Program in the US (U.S. News & World Report 2016)

Academic Colleges To learn more about the academic colleges at Oregon State University, please visit the websites listed below. College of Agricultural Sciences agsci.oregonstate.edu

College of Engineering engineering.oregonstate.edu

College of Business business.oregonstate.edu

College of Forestry forestry.oregonstate.edu

College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences ceoas.oregonstate.edu

College of Liberal Arts liberalarts.oregonstate.edu

College of Education education.oregonstate.edu

College of Pharmacy pharmacy.oregonstate.edu

College of Public Health and Human Sciences health.oregonstate.edu College of Science science.oregonstate.edu College of Veterinary Medicine vetmed.oregonstate.edu

OSU

Top-ranked Degree Programs


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INTO Oregon State University | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | INTO Oregon State University

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You will receive custom support services while you adjust to life in the US and develop the academic and language skills you need to succeed in your degree program at OSU.

“Our vision at OSU is to create an inclusive and vibrant international university environment. We do that at INTO OSU by helping our students to achieve personal and academic success."

State-of-the-art Facilities The International Living-Learning Center opened its doors in September 2011, bringing international and domestic students together to live and learn in the heart of the OSU campus. The ILLC includes residential housing for more than 300 students, 26 classrooms, a large auditorium, computer labs, a café, market and comfortable open spaces where students can study or socialize.

Student Services Team You will have support through every step of the process from the INTO OSU Student Services team. Some services include:

Personalized Service At the ILLC, simply stop by the Welcome Desk with any question you have. Our well-trained staff will ensure you receive the services you need or are directed to the right person.

Extra Academic Support • Academic support team to help with class registration and study plans

Language and Cultural Advisors INTO OSU has two language and cultural advisors and additional staff who speak a number of languages available to assist you. • Chinese Language and Cultural Advisor • Arabic Language and Cultural Advisor • Russian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Thai and other language speakers available

• Airport pickup and arrival support • Tours and trips all over Oregon and the Northwest • Social events, parties, clubs • 1:1 English Conversation Partner Program

• Academic success advisors to help you with your study skills • Progression advisors support you when you complete your INTO OSU program

Programs Offered Undergraduate Pathway Programs • Business (p23) • Computer Science (p24) • Engineering (p24) • Exercise and Sport Science (p25) • Food Science and Technology (p25) • Forestry (p26) • General, General-Liberal Arts Focus (p26) • Natural Resources and Renewable Materials (p27) • Public Policy (p27) • Science (p28) • Women and Gender Studies (p28)

Graduate Pathway Programs College of Business • Business Administration (MBA) (p35) College of Engineering • Chemical Engineering (p36)

The Learning Center • Pathway peer tutors

• Civil Engineering (p37)

• Writing and pronunciation assistants

• Electrical and Computer Engineering (p38)

• Computer lab with more than 60 computers equipped with language learning software

• Environmental Engineering (p39)

• Library of books, magazines, CDs and DVDs to practice your English

• Computer Science (p37) • Construction and Engineering Management (p38)

• Industrial Engineering (p39) • Mechanical Engineering (p40) • Mechanical Engineering with Materials Science emphasis (p40) Graduate School • Comparative Health Sciences (p41) • Environmental Sciences (p41) College of Public Health and Human Services • Public Health (p42) College of Science • Materials Chemistry (p42)

Bob Gilmour Executive Director INTO Oregon State University

Our Mission

We empower our students to succeed in and contribute to a global community.

• Organic Chemistry (p43) • Physical Chemistry (p43)

English Language Program • Academic English (p44) • General English (p45) • Study Abroad with English (p46) • Visiting International Student Program (p47)

90%

of students are satisfied with INTO OSU support services

100%

of our Spring 2015 Graduate Pathway cohort progressed to OSU

For more information, visit: www.intostudy.com/osu

OSU

INTO Oregon State University


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Undergraduate Admissions | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | Undergraduate Direct Entry

Direct Entry

Undergraduate students can choose from more than 200 academic programs to study. OSU offers three different paths for international students to earn their bachelor’s degree: direct entry, Pathway programs and English language programs.

OSU provides direct admission to the university for international first-year and transfer students. Applying for admission is easy — ­­­ you can even apply online.

Direct Entry If you meet the specified language and academic criteria you may apply directly to Oregon State University. If you do not meet these requirements we encourage you to apply to our Pathway or English language programs. Full entry requirements are on page 19.

English Language Program Our Academic English program is designed to help you improve your English and prepare you to begin your university studies. Once you have completed the required language level you will be able to start your Pathway program or direct degree. Learn more about English language programs on page 44.

Pathway Programs We have designed our International Year One Undergraduate Pathway programs to help you move successfully through the first year of your undergraduate degree at OSU. We provide you with extra support in and out of the classroom. Learn more about Pathway programs on pages 20-29.

Sample Program Length The chart below shows the approximate length of time our programs take to complete. In most cases, international students earn their degree in the same amount of time as domestic students.

Authorization Release No matter what your admission path, if a family member or educational counselor is completing the application on your behalf and you would like for OSU to communicate with them regarding your application, please complete the authorization form at the following link: oregonstate.edu/admissions/ international/third-party-authorization-form and submit to intladmit@oregonstate.edu

Once we have received your application, application fee and all required admission credentials, your file will be reviewed and you will receive notification of our admission decision.

Undergraduate

Undergraduate Admissions

Get Help with Your Application If you have questions regarding admission requirements or the application process, you may contact our dedicated Undergraduate Admissions staff at +1 800 642 3499 or intladmit@oregonstate.edu. For step-bystep application instructions, review our Application Process on page 62.

YEAR 4

• Spring: March 29, 2018 • Summer: June 21, 2018

Test Score Codes • SAT: 4586

Visit: oregonstate.edu/admissions/ international/credit-articulation-tables

• IELTS 6.5 or

• TOEFL: 4586 • IELTS: Direct

Direct Entry Academic Entry Requirements • 3.0 GPA with high school diploma or equivalent • No SAT or ACT required for international students English Language Requirements • TOEFL iBT 80 (minimum 16 subscores) or • Completion of AE Level 6 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes or • SATV (verbal/critical thinking): 500+ or • ACTE (ACT English): 21+

Transfer Admission Academic Entry Requirements • Have earned 36 or more transferable quarter credits (24 semester credits) • 2.5 GPA cumulative if transferring from a recognized college or university outside the US

• Submit a copy of the student’s passport. YEAR 3

• Winter: January 4, 2018

• Upload transcripts from all secondary and post-secondary institutions attended.

• Test scores must be received directly from the official testing source and verified.

YEAR 2

• Fall: September 13, 2017

• Apply online or download the application and fill out all required fields: intlapps.oregonstate.edu

• Documents issued in languages other than English must be accompanied by a certified English translation.

YEAR 1

Start Dates

• ACT: 3482

• Pay any required fees.

Sample Program Length

Key Program Facts

Credit-by-Exam OSU recognizes the achievement of AP, AS and A Level, IB, CLEP, Vitnemal, Abitur and CAPE scholars. You may be eligible for advanced academic standing and scholarships, and can receive transfer credit for the exams, courses and subjects you have taken.

How to Apply • Review direct entry requirements (right column) to be sure you meet academic and English language requirements.

• 2.25 GPA cumulative if transferring from a regionally accredited college or university in the US and a grade of C- or better earned in college-level writing equivalent to WR 121 (English Composition) and a college-level Mathematics course

YEAR 4+

Direct Entry

• Eligible to return to the most recent institution attended English Language Requirements • TOEFL iBT 80 (minimum 16 subscores) or

1-Term Pathway

• IELTS 6.5

oregonstate.edu/admissions/international

2-Term Pathway 3-Term Pathway 4-Term Pathway

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“My favorite thing about OSU is everyone here is really friendly since the day that I first came. There are also so many different activities happening on campus, you can find something that interests you very easily." Megan Ooi, Malaysia Food Science


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Undergraduate Pathway Programs | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | Undergraduate Progression Routes

Understand the Pathway Program Our International Year One Undergraduate Pathway programs combine intensive English language study, academic skills development and academic course work. They are carefully designed programs to help you through the first year of your undergraduate degree program. Joining our Pathway program will not extend the overall length of an undergraduate degree program. In fact, it will guarantee places in required courses, which may shorten the length of your program. Decide if the Program is Right for You The program is ideal for students who: • Want to earn a bachelor’s degree in the US • Desire additional academic, language and cultural support to excel at a US university • May need to improve English language skills • May have a lower GPA than required for direct admission to degree programs

Program Benefits • Guaranteed progression to an OSU undergraduate program upon successful completion of a Pathway program

Undergraduate

Pathway Programs

Progression Routes Key Program Facts Start Dates*

Students who successfully complete their Pathway program can progress to the following degree programs.

• Fall: September 13, 2017 • Winter: January 2, 2018

• Courses with domestic and international students

• Spring: March 27, 2018

Business

General and General Liberal Arts (continued)

• Summer: June 19, 2018

Accountancy

Ethnic Studies

• Access to all OSU campus facilities and events

* Students must arrive at least one day prior to the program start date.

Agricultural Business Management

French

Business Administration

German

Business Information Systems

Graphic Design

• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Finance

History

• TOEFL iBT 50 or

Interior Design

Liberal Studies

• IELTS 5.0 or

Hospitality Management (Cascades campus only)

Music

• PTEA 41 or

Management

Philosophy

• Completion of AE Level 3

Marketing

Political Science

Entry Requirements: 3-Term Pathway

Merchandising Management

Psychology

Computer Science

Social Science

• IELTS 5.5 or

Computer Science

Spanish

• PTEA 44 or

Computer Science Web and Mobile Web Software Development (Cascades campus only)

• Password overall Level 6 or

Engineering

• Completion of AE Level 4

Bioengineering

Public Policy

Civil Engineering

Economics

Construction Engineering Management

Environmental Economics and Policy

Ecological Engineering

Sociology

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Natural Resources and Renewable Materials*

Energy Systems Engineering (Cascades campus only)

Horticulture

Environmental Engineering

Natural Resources

Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering

Rangeland Sciences

Industrial Engineering

Recreation Resource Management

• Completion of AE Level 5

Manufacturing Engineering

Renewable Materials

Entry Requirements: 1-Term Pathway

Mechanical Engineering

Tourism and Outdoor Leadership (Cascades campus only)

• High school diploma with 3.0 GPA

Nuclear Engineering

Science

• TOEFL iBT 75 (minimum 16 subscores) or

Exercise and Sport Science

Agricultural Sciences

Kinesiology

Animal Sciences

Human Development and Family Sciences

Biochemistry and Biophysics

Age Requirement

Nutrition

Biohealth Sciences

• 16 years old

Public Health

Biology

Food Science and Technology

Bioresource Research

• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program

Food Science and Technology

Botany

• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) grades in academic course work

Forestry*

Chemistry

• Highly trained, experienced university instructors • Dedicated Undergraduate Pathway tutoring for any subject • Academic advising throughout the program including progression and student success advisors • Use of a state-of-the-art learning center • Exceptional on-campus housing experience; all students with Undergraduate Pathway in their study plan are required to live on campus during their first three terms

Entry Requirements: 4-Term Pathway

• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA and • TOEFL iBT 60 or

• Students with English scores equal to or higher than TOEFL iBT 70 or IELTS 6 or PTEA 48 or Password overall Level 7 or completion of AE Level 5 will be automatically enrolled in an Advanced Pathway program with fewer English language classes and more academic classes.

Entry Requirements: 2-Term Pathway • High school diploma with 3.0 GPA • TOEFL iBT 70 or • IELTS 6.0 or

• IELTS 6.0 (minimum 5.5 subscores) or • Completion of AE Level 6

Progression Requirements

• All students must have a minimum grade of C- in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or higher) and Public Speaking (COMM 111) • Minimum of 12 credits per Pathway term

Program Notes • Academically qualified students who are unable to provide a language proficiency score, or one that is below the minimum, will be offered Academic English and conditional admission to the 3-Term Pathway.

Undergraduate Pathway students perform as well as direct international students

• All students progressing to OSU are required to attend Orientation given by their specific college after progression.

Forestry Forestry Engineering

General and General Liberal Arts Focus American Studies (Cascades campus only) Anthropology Applied Visual Arts Art Digital Communication Arts Economics Education English

Speech Communication All other majors**

Crop and Soil Science Earth Sciences Environmental Sciences Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences Mathematics Microbiology Physics/Applied Physics Radiation Health Physics Zoology

Women and Gender Studies Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

www.intostudy.com/osu/undergrad *The Forestry and Natural Resources and Renewable Materials Pathway can lead to the indicated major but may require some additional course work. **For full list of majors and options please refer to pages 12-13.

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4-Term Pathway Our new 4-term Pathway program is designed specially for international students who want to start earning credits toward their bachelor's degree at a US university while improving their English skills.

1-Term or 2-Term Pathway This accelerated option is designed for students who have good academic grades and need little or no English preparation. Students can begin this program during the fall, winter and spring terms.

Pathway Programs Pathway Program for Undergraduate Majors (All Programs)

Available in fall, winter and summer terms (depending on your major), this program offers more focus on English language preparation than our other Pathway programs. Students are able to begin their academic studies with domestic and other international students sooner than our traditional Academic English plus Pathway programs had allowed. 3-Term Pathway Our 3-Term Pathway program provides an excellent balance of academic and English language preparation. This is ideal for most students and has start dates available in fall, winter and spring terms (depending on your major).

Undergraduate

Length of Pathway Programs

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1-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Spring: March 27, 2018

180 credit hour program 17 credit hours apply from Pathway 163 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 3.0 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 75 (minimum 16 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.0 (minimum 5.5 subscores) or •• Completion of AE Level 6 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

ANTH 210

Comparative Cultures

3

ALS 181

Comparative Cultures Bridge

2 Total

Sample Course Schedule The chart below is a sample course schedule for the first term of the 4-Term Pathway program. Additional course samples for subsequent terms are on the following pages. The courses listed in the following tables are examples and are subject to change.

Regardless of your preferred Pathway program, you will receive the support you need to succeed. We promise that as a successful Pathway student, you will progress to your degree program once you've met our progression requirements. Those requirements are explained in each academic grid on the following pages.

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2-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Spring: March 27, 2018

180 credit hour program 32 credit hours apply from Pathway 148 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 3.0 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

PAC

Physical Activity Class

1

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or MTH 105 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• For the 1-term Pathway: Minimum of 12 credits earned during the Pathway program •• For the 2-Term Pathway: Minimum of 24 credits earned during the Pathway program Notes * Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

4 Total

15

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

ANTH 210

Comparative Cultures

3

ALS 181

Comparative Cultures Bridge

2 Total

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Business

Sample Pathway Program (All Majors) 4-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Summer: June 19, 2018 Not all programs available for all start date

16 credit hours apply from Pathway

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Semester 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Notes

ALS 140

Academic Reading and Writing

3

ALS 141

Academic Listening and Speaking

3

* Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study.

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

ALS 181

Bridge for ALS 140

2

ALS 181

Bridge for ALS 141

2

ALS 116

Academic Success

2

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 50 or •• IELTS 5.0 or •• PTEA 41+ or •• Password overall Level 5 or •• Completion of AE Level 3 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program Information

Total 16

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Spring: March 27, 2018

180 credit hour program 47 credit hours apply from Pathway 133 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

PAC

Physical Activity Class

1 Total

15

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

Term 5 (Recommended)

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

During the fifth term students can complete the additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU. It is recommended that all students, especially those in sciences and engineering, plan to study for four consecutive terms.

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

ANTH 210

Comparative Cultures

3

ALS 181

Comparative Cultures Bridge

* Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study.

15

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

Term 4 (Optional)

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

During the fourth term students can complete additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU and on track to complete in 4 years.

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

BA 101

Business Now

6

ALS 181

Business Now Bridge

2

2 Total

Term 4 business.oregonstate.edu

Notes

This Pathway leads to the second year of the prebusiness major. At the end of the second year of study, qualified students may compete for admission to the upper division (pro-school) of the business degree program. Progression from pre-business to pro-school is competitive.

Total

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program.

(Optional)

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Undergraduate

Pathway Programs Computer Science

Exercise and Sport Science

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

180 credit hour program 47 credit hours apply from Pathway 133 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

CS 160

Computer Science Orientation

3

ALS 181

Computer Science Orientation Bridge

2

180 credit hour program 50 credit hours apply from Pathway 130 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

KIN 131

Introduction to Exercise and Sport Science

1

CH 121

General Chemistry

5 16

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

Notes

* Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study.

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

* Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study.

ANTH 210

Comparative Cultures

3

Term 4 (Optional)

ALS 181

Comparative Cultures Bridge

2

CH 122

General Chemistry

5

15

* This Pathway leads to the second year of the precomputer science major. At the end of the second year of study, qualified students may compete for admission to the upper division (pro-school) of the computer science degree program. Progression from pre-computer science to pro-school is competitive.

Credit Hours

Term 4 (Recommended)

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

English Composition

3

English Composition

3

2

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

During the fourth term students will complete the additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU. It is recommended that all students, especially those in sciences and engineering, plan to study for four consecutive terms.

WR 121

English Composition Bridge

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

CS 162

Introduction to Computer Science II

4

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

CH 123

General Chemistry

15

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

CS 161

Introduction to Computer Science I

4

PAC

Physical Activity Class

1

Term 3

Course Title

WR 121 ALS 181

Total

Total Term 4

Notes

Total

Total

Term 4

(Recommended)

16

During the fourth term students can complete additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU and on track to complete in 4 years. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

5 Total

17

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(Optional)

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Engineering

Food Science and Technology

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018

180 credit hour program 49 credit hours apply from Pathway 131 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

ENGR 111

Engineering Orientation I

3

ALS 181

Engineering Orientation I Bridge

2

Program Information

Total

15

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Spring: March 27, 2018

180 credit hour program 47 credit hours apply from Pathway 133 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

FST 101

Food Science Orientation

1

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2 Total

Notes * Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study.

Program Information

15

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

FST 273

Wine in the Western World

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

CH 231

General Chemistry + Lab

5

CH 231

General Chemistry + Lab

5

ENGR 112

Engineering Orientation II

3

ALS 181

Engineering Orientation II Bridge

2 17

* This Pathway leads to the second year of the preengineering major. At the end of the second year of study, qualified students may compete for admission to the upper division (pro-school) of the engineering degree program. Progression from pre-engineering to pro-school is competitive.

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

Term 4 (Recommended)

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

During the fourth term students will complete the additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU. It is recommended that all students, especially those in sciences and engineering, plan to study for four consecutive terms.

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

CH 232

General Chemistry + Lab

Total

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

CH 232

General Chemistry + Lab

5 Total

Term 4 engineering.oregonstate.edu

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Spring: March 27, 2018

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program

Total

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program

3-Term Pathway

Total

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

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5 Total

(Recommended)

Term 4 oregonstate.edu/foodsci

(Recommended)

15

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Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program Notes * Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study. Term 4 (Recommended) During the fourth term students will complete the additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU. It is recommended that all students, especially those in sciences and engineering, plan to study for four consecutive terms. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.


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Undergraduate

Pathway Programs Forestry

Natural Resources and Renewable Materials

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018

180 credit hour program 47 credit hours apply from Pathway 133 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

PAC

Physical Activity Class

1 Total

15

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

CH 231

General Chemistry + Lab

5

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

* This Pathway leads to the forestry major. Upon completion of all pre-forestry requirements (or approved substitutions) students may apply for admission to the Professional Forestry program.

15

Term 4 (Recommended)

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

During the fourth term students will complete the additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU. It is recommended that all students, especially those in sciences and engineering, plan to study for four consecutive terms.

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

FES 241

Dendrology

5

FOR 111

Intro to Forestry

3

Term 4

(Recommended)

Total

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Spring: March 27, 2018

180 credit hour program 46 credit hours apply from Pathway 134 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

PAC

Physical Activity Class

* Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study.

Program Information

1 Total

Notes

Term 2

Total

3-Term Pathway

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Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

NR 201

Managing Natural Resources for the Future

3

ALS 181

Managing Natural Resources for the Future Bridge

2

During the fourth term students can complete additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU and on track to complete in 4 years.

WSE 111

Renewable Materials for a Green Planet

2

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

SUS 102

Introduction to Environmental Science and Sustainability

3

ALS 181

Introduction to Environmental Science and Sustainability Bridge

2

Term 4

(Optional)

Total

General and General Liberal Arts 3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Program Information

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Spring: March 27, 2018

180 credit hour program 47 credit hours apply from Pathway 133 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1 ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

PAC

Physical Activity Class

1

* Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study. Term 4 (Optional)

14

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Public Policy

Course Title

Credit Hours

Total

15

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

ES 101

Introduction to Ethnic Studies

3

ANTH 210

Comparative Cultures

3

ALS 181

Comparative Cultures Bridge

2 Total

14

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

HST 201

History of the United States

4

ALS 181

History of the United States Bridge

2

ECON 201

Introduction to Microeconomics

4

MUS 108

Music Cultures of the World

3 Total

Term 4

Notes

Term 2

Total

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

15

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111, MTH 105 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program Notes * Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study. Term 4 (Optional)

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Spring: March 27, 2018

180 credit hour program 45 credit hours apply from Pathway 135 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

PAC

Physical Activity Class

During the fourth term students can complete additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU and on track to complete in 4 years. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Program Information

1 Total

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

SOC 204

Introduction to Sociology

3

ALS 181

Introduction to Sociology Bridge

2

ECON 201

Introduction to Microeconomics

4 Total

18

(Optional)

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15

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

PS 201

United States Government and Politics

4

ALS 181

United States Government and Politics Bridge

2

ECON 202

Introduction to Macroeconomics

4 Total

Term 4 oregonstate.edu/cla/spp

15

Term 2

(Optional)

15

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111, MTH 105 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program Notes * Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study. Term 4 (Optional) During the fourth term students can complete additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU and on track to complete in 4 years. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.


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Oregon State University 2017-18 | Undergraduate Pathway Programs

Undergraduate

Pathway Programs Science 3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018

180 credit hour program 49 credit hours apply from Pathway 131 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

PAC

Physical Activity Class

Program Information

1 Total

15

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

University Reading/Writing

3

CH 231

General Chemistry + Lab

5

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

CH 232

General Chemistry + Lab

5

ANTH 210

Cultural Diversity

3

ALS 181

Cultural Diversity ESL Bridge

Total

15

Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program Notes * Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study. Term 4 (Recommended) During the fourth term students will complete the additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU. It is recommended that all students, especially those in sciences and engineering, plan to study for four consecutive terms. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

2 Total

Term 4

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“Joining an undergraduate research project in robotics helped me better understand the concepts I learn in class and apply them to a real life project. This is an amazing opportunity that will definitely help me with my future career.”

Women and Gender Studies 3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018 Spring: March 27, 2018

180 credit hour program 46 credit hours apply from Pathway 134 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements •• High school diploma with 2.5 GPA

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 150

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 60 or •• IELTS 5.5 or •• PTEA 44+ or •• Password overall Level 6 or •• Completion of AE Level 4 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

ALS 151

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

MTH

Math Course - Variable Level*

4

HHS 231

Lifetime Fitness for Health

2

ALS 181

Lifetime Fitness for Health Bridge

2

PAC

Physical Activity Class

Program Information

1 Total

Notes

Course Title

Credit Hours

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

* Specific course is determined by results of Math placement test and requirements for the major field of study.

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

Term 4 (Optional)

WGSS 223

Women: Self and Society

3

ANTH 210

Comparative Cultures

3

ALS 181

Comparative Cultures Bridge

2 Total

14

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

WGSS 224

Women: Personal and Social Change

3

WGSS 280

Global Women

3

HST 201

History of the United States

4

ALS 181

History of the United States Bridge Total

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Progression Requirements •• 2.25 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program •• No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) graded courses in OSU academic course work •• Grade of C- or better in English Composition (WR 121), Math (MTH 111, MTH 105 or higher) and Communication (COMM 111) •• Minimum of 36 credits earned during Pathway program

Term 2

Term 4

(Optional)

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During the fourth term students can complete additional classes to ensure that they are well prepared for their second year at OSU and on track to complete in 4 years. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Fall 2014 Started Undergraduate Engineering Pathway

Works in undergraduate research in OSU Laboratory for Robotics and Applied Mechanics, studying spider web vibrations

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Graduate Admissions | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | Graduate Direct Entry

Direct Entry

Key Program Facts Start Dates • Fall: September 11, 2017

OSU offers more than 80 graduate programs and three different paths for international students to earn their degree: direct entry, Pathway programs and English language programs. Direct Entry If you meet the specified language and academic criteria you may apply directly to Oregon State University. If you do not meet these requirements we encourage you to apply to our Pathway or English language programs. Full entry requirements are on page 31. Pathway Programs We have designed our Pathway programs to provide you with a direct path to various graduate degrees at the university. These programs give you the academic foundation, essential language skills and GMAT/GRE test preparation to successfully move on to a master's degree program. Learn more about our Pathway programs on pages 32-43.

English Language Program Our Academic English program has been designed to help you improve your English and prepare you for university study in the US. Once you meet our English language entry requirement, you can apply to a graduate program. Learn more about our Academic English language program on page 44.

Authorization Release If a family member or educational counselor is completing the application on your behalf and you would like for OSU to communicate with them regarding your application, please complete the authorization form at the following link: oregonstate.edu/admissions/ international/third-party-authorization-form and submit to intladmit@oregonstate.edu

Applying for admission is easy—you can even apply online. Once we have received your application, application fee and all required admission credentials, your file will be reviewed and you will receive notification of our admission decision.

• Upload required documents

• Winter: January 4, 2018

• Pay any required fees

• Summer: June 21, 2018

How to Apply • Review direct entry requirements (right column) to be sure you meet academic and English language requirements.

• Submit a copy of the student’s passport.

• Apply online 6-12 months before your intended start date: oregonstate.force.com/GradAppLogin

• Fall: April 1, 2017 • Winter: July 1, 2017 • Spring: October 1, 2017 • Summer: January 1, 2018 * Application deadlines may vary. Check specific program requirements at: gradschool.oregonstate.edu/programs

Test Score Codes • GRE: 4586 • GMAT: PW4-DR-05 • TOEFL: 4586

Direct Entry Academic Entry Requirements Regionally accredited degrees with:

Top OSU Graduate Programs • #12 Nuclear Engineering

• #61 Mechanical Engineering

• #25 Biological/ Agricultural Engineering

• #63 Statistics

• #34 Earth Sciences • #37 Public Health • #40 Pharmacy

#4

(Grad School Hub 2016)

If you have questions regarding admission requirements or the application process for graduate direct entry applications, you may contact the Graduate School at: graduate.admissions@oregonstate.edu

Application Deadline Dates*

• IELTS: Direct

• #26 Veterinary Medicine

Top Graduate School in the US for Robotics Engineering

• Documents issued in languages other than English must be accompanied by a certified English translation.

• Spring: March 29, 2018

• #46 Civil Engineering • #46 Industrial/Manufacturing/ Systems Engineering

#25

• #51 Environmental/ Environmental Health Engineering • #57 Electrical/Electronic/ Communications Engineering

Best Global University for Environment/Ecology

• #58 Computer Engineering

(U.S. News & World Report 2016)

As As ranked ranked by by U.S. U.S. News News & & World World Report Report 2017 2017

• #65 Materials Engineering • #67 Computer Science • #73 Mathematics • #74 Chemical Engineering • #75 Biological Sciences • #77 Best Engineering Schools • #77 Physics • #80 Chemistry

• 3.0 GPA overall from 4-year undergraduate or professional degree and all work completed thereafter or • A 4-year undergraduate degree and a 2-year (45 quarter credits) graduate degree with an overall GPA of 3.0 on most recent graduate degree or • A completed bachelor’s degree of at least 3 years duration in a country that is a signatory of the Bologna Declaration with an overall GPA of 3.0, plus all subsequent graded course work or • A bachelor’s degree of at least 3 years duration and a 2-year (45 quarter credits) graduate degree with an overall GPA of 3.0 on most recent graduate degree English Language Requirements • TOEFL iBT 80 (minimum 18 subscores) or • IELTS 6.5 • Subscores under 18 will be conditionally admitted into the Transitional Admission Program • Certain programs have higher minimum requirements Meet Specific Program Requirements Besides meeting general minimum admission requirements, you also must meet specific program requirements. For more information, visit: gradschool.oregonstate.edu/programs

• #101 Psychology

Transitional Admission Program

• #115 Public Affairs

About the Program • Combines degree and language courses

• #132 Best Education Schools

BOLD = Designated STEM degree by the US Department of Homeland Security

• Normally takes one to three terms to complete • Only available for certain programs Academic Entry Requirements • Same as entry requirements above English Language Requirements • TOEFL iBT 61 or IELTS 6.0

Possible Additional Application Materials • Statement of objectives • 3 letters of professional reference • GMAT or GRE • Requirements vary by program

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Oregon State University 2017-18 | Graduate Pathway Programs

Graduate

Pathway Programs Understand the Pathway Program Our Graduate Pathway programs are the most supported and non-competitive route to a graduate program in an American Tier 1 research university. Joining this program will assure you admission to your graduate program upon successful completion of the progression requirements. These programs will give you the academic foundation, essential language skills and GMAT/GRE test preparation to successfully move on to your master's or doctoral degree. For sample curricula, please refer to pages 35-43. The courses listed in these grids are examples and subject to change. Decide if the Program is Right for You The Graduate Pathway program is ideal for international students who: • Desire to earn a US graduate degree • May need to improve English language skills and still earn credits toward their degree program • Desire additional academic, language and cultural support in order to succeed during the first year at a US university • May not be eligible for direct entry

Program Benefits • Up to 40 hours of TOEFL test preparation and GMAT/GRE preparation • Dedicated academic advisor and progression advisor to help facilitate transition to the university • Pathway peer tutors available to provide additional academic support • Assured and non-competitive progression to your masters program when you successfully complete the Graduate Pathway TOEFL, GMAT and GRE PREP TOEFL, GMAT and GRE test preparation are built into the Graduate Pathway program curriculum. You will receive up to 40 hours of test preparation throughout the duration of the program. Our test preparation courses are taught by experienced OSU instructors and focus on skills-based language development and test-taking skills which include the use of practice tests and individual feedback on performance. We also provide self-study materials, available in our learning center.

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Key Program Facts Start Dates* • Fall: September 13, 2017 • Winter: January 2, 2018 • Spring: March 27, 2018 * Students must arrive at least one day prior to the program start date.

Entry Requirements: 3-Term Pathway • Undergraduate degree with 2.5-3.2 GPA and • TOEFL iBT 70-75 or • IELTS 6.0-6.5 or • Password overall Level 7 or • Completion of AE Level 5-6

Entry Requirements: 2-Term Pathway • Undergraduate degree with 2.5 GPA • TOEFL iBT 80 or • IELTS 6.5 or • Completion of AE Level 6

Entry Requirements: 1-Term Pathway • Undergraduate degree with 3.0 GPA • TOEFL iBT 80 (18 subscores) or • IELTS 6.5 (5.5 subscores) or • Completion of AE Level 6

Progression Requirements • 3.0-3.5 GPA cumulative in the Pathway program • No Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) grades in academic course work • All students must have a minimum grade of B in English language courses

www.intostudy.com/osu/grad

• May need additional preparation for GMAT/GRE

“My professors at OSU are very supportive and always motivate me to do my best. I appreciate how very approachable they are, I never hesitate to ask for help. Thanks to their expertise I learn so much in my field every day.” Nico Soria, Ecuador Masters in Mechanical Engineering


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Graduate Pathway Programs | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | Graduate Pathway Programs

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The Graduate Pathway for MBA is designed to provide the academic foundation for students wanting to pursue an MBA degree. The MBA Pathway and the MBA program combined will take two to three years to complete depending on course load and specialization options. About the Program The OSU MBA program challenges students with a rigorous and hands-on experience. You'll be expected to collaborate with your peers and work in teams on real-world projects. You will experience working in small classes and groups with students from the US and around the world. The MBA program will develop your understanding of how sustainable business meets economic, social and environmental needs. When you graduate from OSU, you will be ready to make a positive impact on the world. Students who wish to earn an MBA at OSU must complete 60 graduate credit hours, which includes 15 credits of MBA Core I

classes. Students in the INTO OSU Pathway program will enroll in the Core I classes and have the opportunity to earn those 15 credits toward their MBA degree while in the Pathway program.

MBA Tracks The following specializations are available:

Integrated Business Project The OSU MBA supplements rigorous classroom instruction with practical, hands-on opportunities to learn by doing. This model gives you both the knowledge and the experience you need to lead in an increasingly complex business environment. You will work collaboratively in multi-cultural, interdisciplinary teams and will have the opportunity to complete an integrated business project in your chosen field of study.

• Innovation Management

3-Term Pathway

Degree program components

Fall: September 13, 2017 Winter: January 2, 2018

60 credit-hour program 15 credit hours apply from the Pathway 45 credit hours remaining towards degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course title

Credit hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in any major with a 2.5 GPA or equivalent overall

ALS 172

Advanced Academic Reading/Writing

3

ALS 171

Advanced Academic Listening/Speaking

3

Academic Requirements •• B or higher grade in all classes

PHL 321

Deductive Logic

4

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 75 (16 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.5 (5.0 subscores) or •• Completion of AE Level 6 with B or higher and a pass grade in all Pass/No Pass courses Other Requirements •• No work experience required

Program information

ALS 181

Graduate Business Success

2

IEPA 005

GMAT Preparation

0

Term 2

Course title

Credit hours

BA 512

Business Analysis and Communication*

6

Total

12

BA 515

Managerial Decision Tools

3

COMM 218

Interpersonal Communication

3

Term 3

Course title

Total

12 Credit hours

BA 513

Legal Environment of Business

3

BA 514

Operations Management

3

Language Requirements •• B or higher in ALS 171 and 172. This is a pre-requisite for BA 512. •• B or higher in BA 512. This is a pre-requisite for all BA classes during term 3. Standardized Test Requirements •• GMAT with minimum 20th percentile in verbal, quantitative and integrated reasoning, and a minimum analytical writing score of 4 or •• GRE total score of 304 with verbal and quantitative scores in at least the 30th percentile and an analytical writing score of 3.5

• Market Research

Additional Progression Requirements •• Submission of a statement of objective •• Submission of a current résumé •• 3 letters of recommendation •• Compliance with OSU and College of Business Academic and Professional Behavior Standards (Please visit: business.oregonstate. edu/about/academic-professional-standards)

• Research Thesis

Notes *BA 512 is required for Pathway students but does not apply to MBA program requirements.

• Business Analytics • Corporate Finance

BA 516

Creating Value in Exchange

3

BA 517

Markets and Valuation

3 Total

12

Students who complete the MBA Graduate Pathway before the beginning of fall term may be able to complete the MBA program in 3 terms. Students progressing in winter or spring will need additional terms to complete the MBA degree.

• Supply Chain and Logistics Management

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

business.oregonstate.edu/mba

Master of Business Administration (MBA) 2-Term Pathway

Degree program components

Spring: March 27, 2018

60 credit-hour program 15 credit hours apply from the Pathway 45 credit hours remaining towards degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course title

Credit hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in any major with a 2.5 GPA or equivalent overall

ALS 172

Advanced Academic Reading/Writing

3

ALS 171

Advanced Academic Listening/Speaking

3

Academic Requirements •• B or higher in all classes

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 80 (16 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.5 (5.5 subscores) or •• Completion of AE Level 6 with B or higher grades in all classes Standardized Test Requirements •• GMAT with minimum 20th percentile in verbal, quantitative and integrated reasoning, and a minimum analytical writing score of 4 or •• GRE total score of 304 with verbal and quantitative scores in at least the 30th percentile and an analytical writing score of 3.5 Other Requirements •• No work experience required

Program information

BA 512

Business Analysis and Communication*

6

BA 515

Managerial Decision Tools

3

Term 2

Course title

Total

15 Credit hours

BA 513

Legal Environment of Business

3

BA 514

Operations Management

3

BA 516

Creating Value in Exchange

3

BA 517

Markets and Valuation

3 Total

12

Language Requirements •• B or higher in BA 512. This is a pre-requisite for all BA classes during term 2. Additional Progression Requirements •• Submission of a statement of objective •• Submission of a current résumé •• 3 letters of recommendation •• Compliance with OSU and College of Business Academic and Professional Behavior Standards (Please visit: business.oregonstate. edu/about/academic-professional-standards) Notes *BA 512 is required for Pathway students but does not apply to MBA program requirements.

Students who complete the MBA Graduate Pathway before the beginning of fall term may be able to complete the MBA program in 3 terms. Students progressing in winter or spring will need additional terms to complete the MBA degree. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

business.oregonstate.edu/mba

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Pathway Programs College of Business - MBA

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MEng in Civil Engineering

1-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017 (ECE/CS*) Winter: January 2, 2018 (ECE/CS*) Spring: March 27, 2018 (All)

45 credit hour program 0 credit hours apply from Pathway 45 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in same engineering discipline with 3.0 GPA overall or in final 2 years of study

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing (MEng)

3

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 80 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.5 (5.5 subscores) or •• Completion of AE Level 6 with B (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

TBD

Course in major field to be determined

4

All MEng majors: Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Program Information

12

Standardized Test Requirements •• ECE/CS*: GRE not required •• Industrial and Mechanical: GRE overall score of 305 with 158 in quantitative section and a 3.0 in analytical writing section •• All other MEng majors: GRE overall score of 301 with 146 in verbal section and 3.0 in analytical writing section

Entry Requirements

Term 1 ALS 161

Course Title Academic Listening/Speaking (MEng)

Credit Hours 3

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing (MEng)

3

ENGR 350

Sustainable Engineering

4

ENGR 321

Materials Science

4

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

GRE Prep

0 Total

14

Term 2 COMM 111

Course Title Public Speaking

Credit Hours 3

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

CE 372

Geotechnical Engineering

4

CE 392

Intro to Highway Engineering

4

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2 18

Term 3 WR 327

Course Title Technical Writing

Credit Hours 3

ST 314

Introduction to Statistics for Engineers

3

CE 424

Contracts and Specifications

4

ENGR 390

Engineering Economy

Progression Requirements Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0 Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE overall score of 301 combined for the verbal and quantitative sections and 3.0 in the analytical writing sections These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

3 Total

Notes * ECE/CS - electrical and computer engineering/ computer science

Program Information

Total

Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in ALS 162 and WR 327 or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0

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cce.oregonstate.edu/graduate-academics

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

MEng in Civil Engineering

engineering.oregonstate.edu

MEng in Chemical Engineering 3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program 7 credit hours apply from Pathway 38 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in chemical engineering with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study (other engineering degrees may require additional time and course work)

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking (MEng)

3

ALS 162

Academic Reading/ Writing (MEng)

3

CHE 311

Thermodynamics

3

CHE 331

Transport Phenomena I

3

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

45 credit hour program 0 credit hours apply from Pathway 45 credit hours remaining toward degree

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering discipline with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

1-Term Pathway for All Graduate Engineering Programs (except Civil Engineering)

Total

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

Program Information

GRE Prep

0 Total

12

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

COMM 218

Interpersonal Communication

3

WR 121

English Composition

4

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

CHE 312

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

3

CHE 332

Transport Phenomena II

3

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2 Total

17

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

CHE 333

Transport Phenomena III

3

CHE 545

Polymer Engineering and Science

4

CHE 550

Conventional and Alternative Energy Systems

3

Total

Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0 Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE overall score of 301 with 146 in the verbal section and 3.0 in the analytical writing section These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

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cbee.oregonstate.edu/che-graduate-program

#46

Best Graduate Program for Civil Engineering (U.S. News & World Report 2016)

2-Term Pathway

Degree program components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program 9-15 credit hours apply from the Pathway No more than 36 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course title

Credit hours

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in civil engineering discipline with 2.5 GPA overall and minimum of 2.75 GPA in final year of study

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 80 (16 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.5 (5.5 subscores) or •• Completion of Academic English Level 6 with B or higher grades

Program information

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

CE 507

CE Graduate Seminar

1

ENGR 350

Sustainable Engineering

4

CE 536

Design for Safety

4

IEPA 005

GRE Prep

0 Total

Term 2

Course title

15 Credit hours

COMM 218

Interpersonal Communication

3

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2

CE 392

Introduction to Highway Engineering

4

CE 520

Engineering Planning

4

CEM 543

Project Management for Construction

4 Total

Progression Requirements Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses •• C (or pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses Language Requirements •• B or higher in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0 Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE overall score of 301 combined for the verbal and quantitative sections and 3.0 in the analytical writing sections (GRE requirement may be waived in some circumstances) These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

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MEng in Computer Science 3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program 8 credit hours apply from Pathway 37 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering discipline with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking (MEng)

3

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing (MEng)

3

CS 261

Data Structures

4

CS 321

Theory of Computation

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program Information

3 Total

13

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

COMM 218

Interpersonal Communication

2

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

CS 344

Operating Systems I

3

CS 325

Algorithms and Data Structures

4

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

CS 544

Operating Systems II

4

CS 572

Computer Architecture

4

CS 381

Programming Language Fundamentals

Total

4 Total

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Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0 Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE not required These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Graduate

College of Engineering

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Graduate

College of Engineering (continued) MEng in Construction and Engineering Management*

MEng in Environmental Engineering

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program 0 credit hours apply from Pathway 45 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering discipline with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking (MEng)

3

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing (MEng)

3

ENGR 350

Sustainable Engineering

4

ENGR 321

Materials Science

4

GRE Prep

0

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program Information

Total

14

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition ESL Bridge

2

CE 372

Geotechnical Engineering

4

CEM 311

Hydraulics

4

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2 Total

18

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

ST 314

Introduction to Statistics for Engineers

4

CEM 341

Construction Estimating I

4

ENGR 390

Engineering Economy

3 Total

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program 6 credit hours apply from Pathway 39 credit hours remaining toward degree

Progression Requirements

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in environmental engineering with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study (other engineering degrees may require additional time and course work)

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking (MEng)

3

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing (MEng)

3

CHE 331

Transport Phenomena I

3

ENVE 421

Water and Wastewater Characterization

4

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0 Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE overall score of 301 combined for the verbal and quantitative sections and 3.0 in the analytical writing section

GRE Prep

0 Total

Course Title

Credit Hours

COMM 218

Interpersonal Communication

3

WR 121

English Composition

4

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

CHE 332

Transport Phenomena II

3

ENVE 422

Environmental Engineering Design

4

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2 Total

*Students who complete the Construction Engineering Management concentration receive specialized training in construction and management and will be awarded a MEng degree in Civil Engineering. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

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Term 2

Notes

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

CHE 333

Transport Phenomena III

3

ENVE 525

Air Pollution Control

3

ENVE 556

Sustainable Water Resources Development Total

Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE overall score of 301 with 146 in the verbal section and 3.0 in the analytical writing section These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

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MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering

MEng in Industrial Engineering

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program 4 credit hours apply from Pathway 41 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering discipline with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking (MEng)

3

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing (MEng)

3

ECE 390

Electrical and Magnetic Fields

4

ECE 351

Systems and Signals I

4

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program 12 credit hours apply from Pathway 33 credit hours remaining toward degree

Progression Requirements

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering discipline with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking (MEng)

3

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing (MEng)

3

IE 512

Information Systems Engineering

4

IE 255

Introduction to Quantitative Analysis of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems

3

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Program Information

Total

14

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program Information

GRE Prep

0

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

COMM 218

Interpersonal Communication

2

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

ECE 322

Electronics I

4

ECE 352

Systems and Signals II

4

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

ECE 323

Electronics II

4

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

ECE 353

Probability and Random Signals

4

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

4

CS 151

Introduction to Programming I

4

15

MTH 341

Linear Algebra I

3

ENGR 390

Engineering Economy

Total

ECE 572

Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0

18

Term 3

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Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program Information

Computer Architecture Total

17

Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0 Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE not required These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Total Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

ST 511

Methods of Data Analysis

4

IE 515

Simulation and Decision Support Systems

4

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2 Total

eecs.oregonstate.edu/academics/graduate-programs/ece

18

3 Total

mime.oregonstate.edu/academics/grad/ie

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13

Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0 Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE quantitative score of 158 plus a 305 combined quantitative and verbal score and a 3.0 in the analytical writing section These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.


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Oregon State University 2017-18 | Graduate Pathway Programs

Graduate School Master of Science/PhD in Comparative Health Sciences

MEng in Mechanical Engineering 3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program 8 credit hours apply from Pathway 37 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering discipline with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking (MEng)

3

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing (MEng)

3

ST 511

Methods of Data Analysis

4

ENGR 112

Introduction to Engineering Computing

3

GRE Prep

0

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Graduate

College of Engineering (continued)

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Program Information

Total

13

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

ME 311

Thermal Fluid Sciences

4

ME 316

Mechanics of Materials

3

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2 Total

17

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

ME 5xx

Course to be Determined by Concentration

4

MATS 321

Introduction to Materials Science

4

ENGR 212

Dynamics

3 Total

Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0 Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE quantitative score of 158 plus a 305 combined quantitative and verbal score and a 3.0 in the analytical writing section

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program (M.S.); 108 credit hour program (Ph.D.) 0 credit hours apply from Pathway 45 credit hours remaining toward degree (M.S.); 108 credit hours remaining toward degree (Ph.D.)

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree with 3.2 GPA overall and in final year of study •• Any undergraduate degree will be considered; students should have a strong university-level biology background

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

BI 314

Cell and Molecular Biology

4

BB 331

Introduction to Molecular Biology

3

Academic Requirements •• 3.5 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and Comparative Health Sciences courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 (16 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.0 (5.0 subscores) or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program Information

Topics in Comparative Medicine

2 Total

15

Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

ST 351

Introduction to Statistical Methods

4

TBD

Laboratory Rotation

4

GRE Prep

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

0 Total

14

Term 3

Course Title

WR 362

Science Writing

3

BI 213

Principles of Biology

4

NUTR 240

Human Nutrition

3

NUTR 241

Applications in Human Nutrition

1

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

3 Total

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Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE overall score of 301 with 146 in the verbal section and 3.0 in the analytical writing section

Credit Hours

Introduction to Research Topics

14

Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0

14

vetmed.oregonstate.edu/graduate-programs

MEng in Mechanical Engineering with Materials Science Emphasis

Professional Science Master in Environmental Science

3-Term Pathway

Degree Program Components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit hour program 11 credit hours apply from Pathway 34 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course Title

Credit Hours

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering discipline with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking (MEng)

3

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing (MEng)

3

MATS 321

Introduction to Materials Science

4

ENGR 112

Introduction to Engineering Computing

3

GRE Prep

0

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program Information

Total Term 2

Course Title

Credit Hours

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

ME 316

Mechanics of Materials

3

ME 581

Thermodynamics of Materials

4

ALS 181

INTO OSU Engineering Success

2 Total

17

Term 3

Course Title

Credit Hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

ME 582

Rate Processes in Materials

4

ME 524

Finite Element Modeling of Mechanical Engineering Systems

3

ST 314

Introduction to Statistics for Engineers

3 Total

mime.oregonstate.edu/academics/grad/me

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13

3-Term Pathway

Degree program components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit-hour program 14 credit hours apply from the Pathway 31 credit hours remaining towards degree

Progression Requirements

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course title

Credit hours

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in a relevant field with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

ST 201

Principles of Statistics

4

IEPA 005

GRE Prep

Language Requirements •• B or higher grades in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 7.0

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 (16 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.0 (5.5 subscores) or •• Password overall level of 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program information

0 Total

10

Progression Requirements Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA for last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and •• C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Term 2

Course title

Credit hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

ENSC 515

Environmental Perspectives and Methods*

3

Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE quantitative score of 152 or higher Notes

Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE quantitative score of 158 plus a 305 combined quantitative and verbal score and a 3.0 in the analytical writing section

ENSC 520

Environmental Analysis*

3

ALS 181

INTO OSU STEM Success

2

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Term 3

Course title

Credit hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

COMM 218

Interpersonal Communication

3

BA 515

Accounting and Finance*

4

BA 516

Management and Marketing*

Total

4 Total

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14

Language Requirements •• B or higher in all English language courses

*This course will apply to PSM graduate degree requirements if a grade of B or higher is earned. These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.


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Oregon State University 2017-18 | Graduate Pathway Programs

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Graduate

College of Public Health and Human Sciences Master of Public Health

Master of Science in Organic Chemistry

3-Term Pathway

Degree program components

Fall: September 13, 2017

59-61 credit-hour program 13 credit hours apply from the Pathway 46-48 credit hours remaining towards degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course title

Credit hours

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in any major with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 161

Academic Reading/Writing

3

ALS 162

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 (16 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.0 (5.5 subscores) or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program information

H 220

Introduction to Health Data Analysis

3

H 333

Global Public Health

3 Total

12

Term 2

Course title

Credit hours

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

WR 121

English Composition

3

3-Term Pathway

Degree program components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit-hour program 10 credit hours apply from the Pathway 35 credit hours remaining towards degree

Progression Requirements

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course title

Credit hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• B or higher grades in all courses

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in chemistry or closely related field with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

Language Requirements •• B or higher in all English language courses

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses (60 semester credits) and •• C (or pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Additional Requirements •• Submission of a writing sample or in-person meeting with student These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Program information

CH 630

Advanced Organic Chemistry*

3

CH 507

Chemical Safety Seminar

1

CH 505

Reading and Conference

1

IEPA 005

GRE Prep

0 Total

11

Term 2

Course title

Credit hours

Language Requirements •• B or higher in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 80 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.5

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

WR 121

English Composition

3

H 425

Foundations of Epidemiology

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

H 523

Foundations of Public Health

4

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE quantitative score of 152 or higher

15

CH 631

Advanced Organic Chemistry*

4

Notes

Term 3

Course title

12

*For students who earn B or higher grades, these courses will apply to graduate degree requirements. Chemistry classes will change according to the area of concentration.

Total

Total

Credit hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

Term 3

Course title

H 519

Displacement, Migration, and Global Health

3

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

H 540

Water and Human Health

3

CH 632

Advanced Organic Chemistry*

3

H 520

Health Disparities

3

CH 501

Research

4

12

ALS 181

INTO OSU STEM Success

Total

Credit hours

2 Total

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These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

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College of Science Master of Science in Materials Chemistry

Master of Science in Physical Chemistry

3-Term Pathway

Degree program components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit-hour program 11 credit hours apply from the Pathway 34 credit hours remaining towards degree

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course title

Credit hours

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in chemistry or closely related field with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program information

CH 511

Inorganic Chemistry*

4

CH 507

Chemical Safety Seminar

1

CH 507

Seminar Attendance

1

CH 505

Reading and Conference

1

IEPA 005

GRE Prep

0 Total

13

Term 2

Course title

Credit hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

3-Term Pathway

Degree program components

Fall: September 13, 2017

45 credit-hour program 0 credit hours apply from the Pathway 45 credit hours remaining towards degree

Progression Requirements

Entry Requirements

Term 1

Course title

Credit hours

Progression Requirements

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses (60 semester credits) and •• C (or pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Academic Requirements •• Undergraduate degree in chemistry or closely related field with 2.75 GPA overall and in final year of study

ALS 162

Academic Reading/Writing

3

ALS 161

Academic Listening/Speaking

3

Academic Requirements •• 3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) and •• 3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses (60 semester credits) and •• C (or pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses

Language Requirements •• B or higher in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 80 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.5

2

Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE quantitative score of 152 or higher

Language Requirements •• TOEFL iBT 70 or •• IELTS 6.0 or •• Password overall Level 7 or •• Completion of AE Level 5 with C (or Pass) or higher grades in all classes

Program information

CH 440

Physical Chemistry

3

CH 507

Chemical Safety Seminar

1

CH 507

Seminar Attendance

1

CH 505

Reading and Conference

1

IEPA 005

GRE Prep

0 Total

12

Term 2

Course title

Credit hours

WR 121

English Composition

3

ALS 181

English Composition Bridge

2

Standardized Test Requirements •• GRE quantitative score of 152 or higher These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

Notes

COMM 111

Public Speaking

3

CH 512

Inorganic Chemistry*

4

*For students who earn B or higher grades, these courses will apply to graduate degree requirements. Chemistry classes will change according to the area of concentration.

ALS 116

Academic Success

2

CH 441

Physical Chemistry

Term 3

Course title

Credit hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

CH 513

Inorganic Chemistry*

3

CH 501

Research

4

ALS 181

INTO OSU STEM Success

Total

Total

12

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO OSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Language Requirements •• B or higher in all English language courses or •• TOEFL iBT 80 (18 subscores) or •• IELTS 6.5

3 Total

Term 3

13

Course title

Credit hours

WR 327

Technical Writing

3

CH 442

Physical Chemistry

3

2

CH 501

Research

4

12

ALS 181

INTO OSU STEM Success

2 Total

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Oregon State University 2017-18 | General English/Special Programs

Program Description The Academic English program at INTO OSU will prepare you for university study in the US. It will prepare you with highquality English language instruction and the following academic skills you need to succeed at OSU:

General English/Special Programs

Program Outcomes After finishing this intensive program, you will be able to:

Key Program Facts Start Dates* • Fall: September 13, 2017

• Interact comfortably in the US classroom with professors and fellow students

• Listening, speaking, reading and writing in English • Critical thinking and academic study skills needed to study in the US • Standardized test preparation Program Highlights • Intensive English to prepare for university study

• Spring: March 28, 2018 • Summer: June 20, 2018

• Understand US values in an academic setting

* Students must arrive at least one day prior to the program start date.

• Present spoken and written ideas accurately and effectively in English

Program Duration

• Write research papers with proper use of citations and references

Academic Entry Requirement

• Use the internet and OSU library databases to conduct academic research

English Language Entry Requirement

• Each term is 10-11 weeks in length

• Read, understand and critically evaluate academic texts • Understand and use vocabulary common to academic disciplines

• Small classes of 18-20 students

• Take useful and accurate notes in academic lectures and presentations • Develop and deliver oral presentations

• Participation in the conversant program

• High school diploma

Age Requirement

Program Structure • 7 levels of instruction • Foundation Preparation through Level 2 combines both General English and Academic English students • 18 hours per week of course work covering the core skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking (students in Levels 1 and 2 take 27 hours of lessons per week)

To Undergraduate 4-Term Pathway • Completion of AE Level 3 with C/Pass or higher in all classes To Undergraduate 3-Term Pathway • Completion of AE Level 4 with C/Pass or higher in all classes To Undergraduate 2-Term Pathway TOEFL iBT

IELTS

PTEA

Password

2

32-44

3.5-4.0

38 or less

2-3

3

45-59

4.5-5.0

39-43

4-5

4

60

5.5

44

6

5

70

6.0

48

7

6

80

6.5

53

8

Some students place into a higher level than the expected level; if you score lower than the expected level you are guaranteed to be placed no more than one level lower.

• Academic advising throughout the program

• Use of a fully-equipped learning center with state-of-the-art technology

Progression Requirements

Estimated AE Level

• Curriculum tied to the Common European Framework of Reference

• Small classes of 18-20 students

• Choice of electives at higher levels

Academic English Placement Equivalencies and Guaranteed Level Upon arrival, you will need to take a test that will place you in the most suitable AE level. The table below gives a realistic estimate of your expected Academic English level based on standardized test scores.

Program Highlights • English instruction for personal or employment purposes

• None; students will be assessed and placed upon arrival (see table below left)

• 16 years old and above

• Academic advising throughout the program

• Highly-trained and experienced instructors

• Winter: January 3, 2018

General English The General English program will help you develop your English communication skills in a variety of social and professional situations while learning about American culture.

• Completion of AE Level 5 with C/Pass or higher in all classes To Undergraduate 1-Term Pathway • Completion of AE Level 6 with C/Pass or higher in all classes To Graduate 3-Term Pathway • Completion of AE Level 5 with C/Pass or higher in all classes (MBA - Completion of AE Level 6)

• Students up to Level 3 have in-class conversation practice with OSU students • Varied electives such as English through Photography and English through Volunteering • Many opportunities for learning outside the classroom, including field trips both on campus and in the community Program Outcomes The General English program allows students to tailor their program to suit their personal, professional and academic goals. General English students will be able to: • Improve general language proficiency in listening, speaking, vocabulary, reading and writing • Understand basic cultural values and behaviors of Americans to interact appropriately

College Year Abroad College Year Abroad is a long-term General English program designed for you to fully experience an American university. You will have access to all the same resources and amenities as all other university students. In addition, if you choose to live on campus, you may be placed with American roommates which will help you improve your English skills even further. Many College Year Abroad and General English students who choose shared oncampus housing are placed with American roommates, further enhancing their study abroad experience in America. With American roommates, conversation groups and other social programs organized by INTO OSU, students are more likely to have a successful experience integrating to the campus community and American lifestyle. Special Programs INTO OSU Special Programs provide a customized short-term experience at a US university. They can be arranged to meet the needs of groups looking for an experience in intensive English and/or specific subject areas. Trips and activities to explore the campus and the region can also be included. For more information please email: into.specialprograms@oregonstate.edu

Key Program Facts Start Dates: General English* • Fall: September 18, 2017, October 30, 2017 • Winter: January 4, 2018, February 12, 2018 • Spring: March 29, 2018, May 7, 2018 • Summer: June 21, 2018, July 30, 2018 * Students must arrive at least one day prior to the program start date.

Program Dates: College Year Abroad 25-Week Programs • September 18, 2017 - May 4, 2018 • October 30, 2017 - June 13, 2018 • January 4, 2018 - July 27, 2018 • February 12, 2018 - September 5, 2018 • March 29, 2018 - October 26, 2018 • May 7, 2018 - December 5, 2018 • June 21, 2018 - February 8, 2019 • July 30, 2018 - March 20, 2019 35-Week Programs • September 18, 2017 - July 27, 2018 • October 30, 2017 - September 5, 2018 • January 4, 2018 - October 26, 2018 • February 12, 2018 - December 5, 2018 • March 29, 2018 - February 8, 2019 • May 7, 2018 - March 20, 2019 • June 21, 2018 - May 3, 2019 • July 30, 2018 - June 12, 2019

Program Duration: General English • Each session is 5 weeks in length

Program Duration: College Year Abroad • 25 or 35 weeks

English Language Entry Requirement • None, students will be assessed and placed upon arrival.

Age Requirement • 16 years old and above

Program Structure • 6 levels of instruction • Foundation preparation through level 2 combines both General English and Academic English students

To Graduate 1- or 2-Term Pathway • Completion of AE Level 6 with B/Pass or higher in all classes

• All levels: one Listening/Speaking/ Vocabulary course

To Direct Undergraduate Admission

• Choice of one or two elective courses depending on your level

• All levels: one Reading/Writing course

• Completion of AE Level 6 and with C/Pass or higher in all classes To Direct Graduate Admission • Completion of AE Level 6 and with B/Pass or higher in all classes • Some departments require standardized test scores.

• 21 (Standard) or 27 (Intensive) hours per week

1:18

Average teacher-to-student ratio in the classroom Access to all university facilities

English programs taught by OSU faculty

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Oregon State University 2017-18 | Visiting International Student Program

Combine English language and OSU academic classes as a non-degree student.

Key Program Facts Start Dates: Part 1 and Part 2* • Fall: September 13, 2017 • Winter: January 3, 2018

Program Description • Program combines Academic English language and OSU undergraduate courses • Earn college credits in your field of interest without enrolling in a long-term degree • Customized program determined by your English level and academic interest • Length of program varies depending on your needs Courses may be available in liberal arts, business, engineering, public policy or the sciences. Other courses may be available on a case-by-case basis.

Part 1 Part 1 includes full-time intensive study in the Academic English program to the level required for taking credit courses at OSU.

• Spring: March 28, 2018

Visiting International Student Program Experience life on an American college campus taking OSU courses as a non-degree student for up to one year.

• Summer: June 20, 2018

Part 2 During part 2 of the program you are able to select OSU undergraduate courses and study alongside domestic students while continuing to take English language classes.

• Minimum 1 term; each term is 10-11 weeks

Part 3 You will be part of the Visiting International Student Program. Please refer to page 47 for more information and start dates.

Age Requirement

Academic Requirement • High school diploma with 3.0 GPA or completion of at least one year of study at a university overseas with a minimum GPA of 2.25

• 16 years old and above

English Language Requirements: Part 2 • TOEFL iBT 60 (PBT 500) or • IELTS 5.5 or • Password overall Level 6 or • PTEA 44+ or • Completion of Level 4 with minimum C/Pass grades in Study Abroad with English Part 1 or Academic English

Key Program Facts Start Dates* • Fall: September 13, 2017

* Students must arrive at least one day prior to the program start date.

Program Duration

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Study Abroad with English

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• Winter: January 3, 2018

Program Description The Visiting International Student Program is designed for students who want one or more terms of study abroad experience at a top US university. You will experience life on a classic American campus while taking a variety of credit-bearing classes. You will have access to all the support services available at the university, including exceptional one-on-one tutoring and social and cultural trips. Intensive English language courses are available but are not a mandatory part of the program. Course Selection INTO OSU has partnered with academic colleges to make a wide range of courses available to VISP students, including liberal arts, business, engineering, public policy and the sciences. Other courses may be available on a case-by-case basis.

Transferring Courses Courses taken are transferable in accordance with articulation policies of your home university. All courses taken as part of the Visiting International Student Program are credit-bearing (except intensive English language courses, if selected). You should coordinate with your home university to ensure courses taken through VISP are transferable to your degree. In-state Summer Tuition If you arrive during the summer to study in our VISP program, you will pay in-state tuition which means that it will only cost you about one third of normal tuition cost.

Sample Course Offerings The following list of Visiting International Student Program courses is only a representative sample. Other courses may be available. Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

FILM 125

Intro to Film Studies: 1945-Present

3

HST/PHL 210

Religion in the US

4

PSY 201

General Psychology

3

SOC 206

Social Problems and Issues

3

ART 101

Intro to Visual Arts

4

SOC 204

Introduction to Sociology

3

TA 147

Intro to the Theater

3

• Spring: March 28, 2018 • Summer: June 20, 2018 * Students must arrive at least one day prior to the program start date.

Program Duration • Minimum 1 term; each term is 10-11 weeks

Academic Requirement • High school diploma with 3.0 GPA or completion of at least one year of study at a university overseas with a minimum GPA of 2.25

Age Requirement • 16 years old and above

English Language Requirements • TOEFL iBT 80 (minimum 16 subscores) or • IELTS 6.5 or • Completion of AE Level 6


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Being an OSU Student | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | Being an OSU Student

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Being an OSU Student Oregon State University is a friendly, safe and welcoming community. OSU students study hard but also are involved in lots of activities around campus. School Spirit You will find that OSU is a relaxing place. Students dress casually wearing orange and black to show school spirit and pride in the university.

 INTO OSU Student Experience Center

‚ Beth Ray Center for Academic Success

Campus Activities It’s important for international students to share their cultures, learn about US cultures and participate in a wide variety of events. The more you get involved, the more you will improve your English and make friends. You can participate in more than 300 student clubs. Getting Around It’s easy to navigate Corvallis. Most OSU students don’t own a car because it isn’t necessary; everything is within easy walking or biking distance. Owning a bicycle is inexpensive, it keeps you active and you will never have to worry about parking. You also can ride the bus for free anywhere in Corvallis. Life is very convenient here, so you can focus on your studies.

What to Do for Fun OSU students love to attend sporting events like football games with their friends. There are always concerts, lectures and performances on campus and in the community. International students often go out to eat together at local restaurants, or hang out with friends at their residence hall or apartment. There are sidewalk cafes, rooftop restaurants, parks, bike paths, coffee shops, farmer’s markets and lots to explore.

OSU’s Cultural Associations • African Student Association

Shopping You can explore the city of Portland, or shop all day at the outlet mall, which has famous brands at lower prices. There is no sales tax in Oregon, so even other Americans come here to shop.

• Iranian Student Association

• Association of Latin American Students • Cambodian Student Association • Chinese Association of OSU • Hmong at OSU • Isang Bansang Pilipino • Indian Student Association • Indonesian Student Association

• Japanese Student Association • Korean Culture Association • Laos Student Association • Malaysian Student Association • Omani Student Association • Saudi Arabian Student Association • Slavic Student Association • Taiwanese Student Association • Thai Student Association • Turkish Student Association • Vietnamese Student Association

#23 Most Spirited College Campus (Huffington Post 2012)

7 cultural centers serve the diverse student population

The Valley Library is open 24 hours a day during the week

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‚ Reser Stadium

Oregon State University 2017-18 | Sports and Recreation

Sports and Recreation At Oregon State you will find NCAA Division 1, Pac-12 Conference sports and all the excitement that comes with them. Students here enjoy the use of world-class athletic facilities and value a healthy, active lifestyle. NCAA Division 1 Athletics OSU students love watching our sports teams compete. Going to a football game is a cultural experience that international students are sure to enjoy. You can look forward to becoming a part of Beaver Nation by being an active Beaver fan. Tickets for all sporting events are free to students.

‚ Indoor Climbing Center

‚ Student Legacy Park

OSU athletic teams are proud of their talented international athletes. Our most famous international athletes include: Saori Haruguchi from Japan in swimming, Diego Velazquez from Colombia in golf, Leslie Mak from Canada in gymnastics and Danny Mwanga from the Democratic Republic of Congo in soccer. Athlete selection and scholarships are determined by the coaching staff and are highly competitive. INTO OSU students must progress to OSU before trying out. NCAA eligibility rules apply.

OSU's NCAA Men's Sports Teams: baseball, basketball, football, golf, rowing, soccer and wrestling OSU's NCAA Women's Sports Teams: basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming, track and field and volleyball Intramural Sports Intramural sports are open to all students. Participation is informal and for fun. There are more than 35 leagues at OSU offering you opportunities to play and compete with others on campus, including badminton, table tennis, volleyball, basketball, soccer and more. Club Sports If you would like a little more competition, club sports are student-run organizations that participate in regional and national leagues and tournaments, and are open to everyone. Membership fees may be required. Club teams include judo, kendo, badminton, bowling, rugby, karate, table tennis and more.

Dixon Recreation Center Dixon Recreation Center is a central feature of many OSU students’ healthy lifestyles. Students come here to exercise, meet with friends, play sports, take a workout class or get a tasty smoothie. OSU students value their health and doing activities that keep them fit. Regular exercise helps you study, aids your memory and promotes better sleep. All students have free access to Dixon Recreation Center with their OSU ID card. The Dixon Recreation Center is fully equipped with high-quality sports equipment. Dixon offers: • Indoor climbing center • Sand volleyball courts • Pool, hot tub, sauna and sun deck • Rental equipment for outdoor adventures • Exercise equipment • Basketball, volleyball, racquetball and tennis courts • Indoor and outdoor running tracks • Café serving healthy snacks and smoothies • New outdoor track and turf fields in the center of campus

Pac-12 Conference Sports NCAA Division I Athletics 35 intramural sports teams to join for fun

Free use of Dixon Recreation Center and its facilities for OSU students


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Living on Campus | Oregon State University 2017-18

Oregon State University 2017-18 | Living on Campus

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Living on Campus Students who live on campus get better grades and graduate faster than students who live off campus. All-inclusive Amenities and Benefits • One all-encompassing fee that includes housing and dining meal plan

First Year Experience All first-year students at OSU live on campus, making it a welcoming, supportive and exciting place to be. Research has demonstrated that students who live on campus have higher GPAs and become more involved with campus activities and clubs.

Convenience • Minutes away from your classes

• Free on-campus transportation

All Undergraduate Pathway and Undergraduate direct entry students are required to live on campus for three terms.

• Fully furnished rooms with a bed, desk, chair and wardrobe for each resident

Academic and Cultural Support • Academic learning assistants provide tutoring and workshops

• Linen package included: sheets, blanket, pillow, pillowcase, towel

Living on Campus is for Everyone Theme floors and special communities are available so that everyone can find the place that’s right for them. There are graduateonly floors, sophomore and above housing and other options to meet the needs of OSU's diverse students.

• Community relations facilitators ensure everyone is included

Social Life • Great way to make friends • Lots of fun programs and activities; planned weeknights and weekends • Different themed living communities Integration • Live anywhere on campus

• No monthly bills

• Continued housing during academic year breaks at no extra cost

• Lots of food choices nearby • Kitchens on every floor

• Cultural and dietary accommodations available

• Welcome bag for new students with water, snacks and laundry detergent • Free wireless internet throughout the building • Free self-service laundry facilities

• Quiet space available for religious practices

• Meal plan worth $770

• Single-gender floors

• Residents receive 25% discount on food purchased in dining halls

Safety • Buildings are locked 24 hours a day

• Leftover meal plan money can be used the following year

• Live-in resident advisor on every floor

• For more information about living on campus, please visit: uhds.oregonstate.edu

• Resident director in every building • 24/7 campus security provided

• All buildings are integrated with both international and American students • Most students live with an American roommate • Share information about yourself to get a great roommate match

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Cafés and restaurants on campus

Students who live on campus get better grades than students who live off campus

of on-campus students graduate faster than students who live off campus Halal and vegetarian food options available every day in the dining halls


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Housing Options A variety of housing options are available to suit the needs of every student.

 Triple room with shared bathroom*

On-campus Room Types Students who live on campus have a variety of choices about where to live. After you confirm your place at OSU, you will complete the OSU online housing application. At that time, you can choose from the communities listed below. Your final room placement will be confirmed 1-4 weeks before your program start date. Confirm early to have the best chance of getting a room in your preferred room type and community.

 Triple room with suite bathroom*

Living-Learning Communities • Business (Undergraduate Pathway students in business may be required to live on campus in the Business Living-Learning Community) • Engineering • Health/Well-being • Arts/Social Justice • Adventure • Explore (for undecided majors)

 Double room with suite bathroom

 Double room with private bathroom*

• Gain leadership skills by serving on the student Peer Leadership Team • No extra cost • Learn more and apply online by August 1: oregonstate.edu/uhds/globalvillage On-campus Graduate Housing • Graduate students only • Private bedroom • Suite-style bathroom shared with another graduate student • Meal plan included for more dining/ cooking flexibility • Does not require a 3-term contract

• Single-gender: male-only, female-only

• Learn more: oregonstate.edu/uhds/ homestay-student-information

• Collegiate recovery • Sophomore and above • Graduate student only

*Availability of these room types is very limited.

• Earn upper-division academic credits for your undergraduate degree

• Share a daily meal with your host family and live in a private or shared room

• Substance free

 Grad-only single room with suite bathroom*

• There is a waitlist for this housing type so please apply early

Special Interest Communities • Study intensive

• International experience

S  ingle room with private bathroom*

• Connect 1:1 with OSU faculty and staff

• Honor’s College

• Gender inclusive

 Single room with shared bathroom*

Family Housing • Available for students with families wishing to live on campus

Homestay • Enjoy a full cultural immersion experience with a local Oregon family

• Global Village  Double room with shared bathroom

Global Village • Live with an American roommate and get a cross-cultural immersion experience

• Learn more: oregonstate.edu/uhds/ family-housing Off-campus Housing For students whose program does not have an on-campus housing requirement, campus housing is still an option. There also are a variety of options available off campus. Learn more: oregonstate.edu/uhds/offcampus


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As a student at OSU you will have many opportunities to work, whether it is to fund your studies or to get experience in your desired field. Engineering: The Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program The MECOP is an innovative internship program which places students in paid engineering and business-oriented internships. You will have the opportunity to work with some of the world’s top companies including Boeing, Intel and Nike. The program is composed of two six-month internships which will allow you to develop real-world skills and make the most of your education. Many students get hired by the companies after they graduate. For more information about MECOP, please visit: mecopinc.org Business: Innovation Nation Program The Innovation Nation Program is a unique living-learning environment for undergraduates offering entrepreneurship courses, hands-on experience and the opportunity to explore your business ideas. For more information about Innovation Nation, please visit: business.oregonstate. edu/main/innovation-nation

OSU graduates earn a median income 50% higher than other college graduates nationwide (The Oregonian 2013)

Working on Campus As an F-1 international student in language training programs (including Pathway programs) you are eligible for employment or practical training. Degree-seeking international students on F-1 visas also are eligible to work on campus for up to 20 hours per week while the term is in session and up to 40 hours per week between terms and summer vacations.

Resident Assistant Resident assistants are live-in staff in the oncampus residence halls. As an RA you will be a leader in your hall and will get to organize many events with your residents. You also are responsible for helping create a safe and inclusive community. In exchange, RAs receive a free room on campus, a meal plan and a paid stipend each term.

Curricular Practical Training If you would like to participate in a paid off-campus academic internship during your degree program, you may be authorized for Curricular Practical Training. Graduate Assistantships As a graduate student you may be offered a teaching or research assistantship on campus. In exchange for your teaching or research service, you will receive a monthly salary, tuition remission and an institutional contribution toward the health insurance program available only to graduate assistants. Teaching and research assistantships are offered on a competitive basis and are generally administered by the academic departments.

Internships are available for Engineering and Business undergraduate students

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Oregon State University 2017-18 | Scholarships

We are dedicated to your success after graduation. At Oregon State University, we provide resources to help you join the real world after college. Optional Practical Training F-1 students who would like to gain practical work experience in their field of study may be authorized for Optional Practical Training. This authorization usually allows graduates to stay and work in the US for one year after graduation. However, students in the STEM fields (Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) may be authorized to work in the US for up to three years after graduation. Career Development Center The Career Development Center can help you develop résumé writing and interview skills and meet potential employers. They also can help eligible degree-seeking students find student employment. Some of their services include: • Career consultation: explore your career options in-depth • Résumé and cover letter consultations: get help adapting your résumé to match the US format • Beaver Careers: online tool to help you create your professional network and find a job • Goinglobal: online platform that connects students with career opportunities worldwide

Career Fairs Every year OSU organizes 15-20 career fairs on campus with a network of over 120 companies interested in hiring OSU students and graduates. For the full list of fairs please visit: career.oregonstate.edu/students/ events/career-fairs Internship Advisors On top of the Career Development Center, many colleges and departments on campus also have their own internship advisors that are here to help you find an internship or a job within your field. The College of Business has its own Career Success Center entirely dedicated to Business students. Notable OSU Alumni Nabilah Al-Tunisi ('82, MS in Computer Engineering) #15 Most Powerful Arab Women (Forbes) and Chief Engineer at Saudi Aramco Jennifer Dorn ('73, BA Journalism) Held four senior leadership posts in the US government Douglas Engelbart ('42, BS Electrical Engineering) Inventor of the computer mouse, dimensional editing, multiple-window screens, cross-file indexing, email and shared-screen teleconferencing

Dick Fosbury ('72, BS Civil Engineering) Invented the ‘Fosbury Flop’ a technique for going over the bar backward that revolutionized the sport of high jumping Hen-Hsun Huang (’84, BS Electrical Engineering) Co-founder and CEO of NVIDIA Akiro Iso ('93, BS Health and Human Performance) Athletic Trainer in the NFL Carol Menken-Schaudt ('81, BA Broadcast Communications) Winner of the Olympic gold medal in 1984 in basketball Bernie Newcomb ('65, BA Business Administration) Co-founder of E*Trade, one of the first internet stock trading companies in the US Husnu Özyegin (’67, BS Civil Engineering) Engineer and famous Turkish philanthropist Linus Pauling (’22, BS Chemical Chemistry) Awarded Nobel Prize in Chemistry and Nobel Peace Prize, only person honored with two unshared Nobel Prizes in the world Irwandi Yusuf ('93, MS Veterinary Medicine) Governor of the province of Aceh in Indonesia

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Scholarships OSU Scholarships For the most current information on OSU scholarships, please visit: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/scholarships-international-students Scholarship

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Eligibility

Notes

More Online

International Cultural Service Program Undergraduate and graduate students may apply for this scholarship. The ICSP is a cultural exchange program that promotes diversity and cultural awareness on campus, in the community and across Oregon.

Approximately $15,000/year

Fully admitted to OSU as an undergraduate or graduate international student Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher Involvement in the ICSP and willing to share information about their country and culture

Renewable with annual renewal application.

international. oregonstate.edu/isas/ international-culturalservice-program-icsp

International Provost Scholarship Entering undergraduate students are automatically considered for this scholarship.

$9,000/year, up to 4 years

Fully admitted to OSU as an international transfer or first-year undergraduate student Incoming GPA of 3.5 or higher Non-resident tuition status

Renewable with a minimum GPA of 3.0 No application required for renewal

oregonstate.edu/ admissions/node/758

International Baccalaureate Scholarship Entering undergraduate students who have completed the full International Baccalaureate Diploma are automatically considered for this scholarship.

$3,000/year, up to 4 years

Fully admitted to OSU as an international transfer or freshman undergraduate student Completion of the full International Baccalaureate Diploma with a score of 30 or higher Non-resident tuition status

Renewable with a minimum GPA of 3.0 No application required for renewal

oregonstate.edu/ admissions/node/758

Scholarship amounts and eligibility requirements are subject to change.

INTO OSU Scholarships For the most current information on INTO OSU scholarships, please visit: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/scholarships-international-students Scholarship

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Regional Scholarship Students may contact their regional INTO representative to be considered for this scholarship.

Variable

Variable

Contact local INTO representative to apply

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Ian Sanders and Nancy Heiligman Honorary Scholarship First-year Undergraduate Pathway students may apply for this scholarship in honor of our former colleagues, Nancy Heiligman and Ian Sanders, who exhibited leadership and dedication to higher education.

$12,000 tuition + $13,000 housing

Fully admitted to a 3-term Undergraduate Pathway program starting fall term 600-800 word essay on what it means to be a global citizen, drawing on specific examples of personal experience with cross-cultural communication Skype interview for all finalists Scholarship recipients will live and hold leadership positions in the Global Village

Send application essay to INTOOSUScholarships@ oregonstate.edu

oregonstate.edu/ admissions/node/757

Merit-based Scholarship First-year Pathway students will automatically be considered for this merit-based scholarship.

$9,000/$12,500*

No action required 3.0 overall GPA for graduate 2.9 overall GPA for undergraduate Qualified applicants are 3.3 overall GPA for 1-Semester Pathway programs automatically considered Fully admitted to an INTO OSU Pathway program

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Continued Success Scholarship Students who have successfully completed an INTO OSU Pathway program may be awarded this scholarship for their first year of undergraduate or graduate studies at OSU.

$6,000

3.75 overall GPA during Pathway program Fully admitted to an OSU undergraduate or graduate degree-seeking program within 1 month of Pathway program completion No extension terms added to Pathway program

oregonstate.edu/ admissions/node/760

Scholarship amounts and eligibility requirements are subject to change.

of Garmin's software engineers graduated from OSU's College of Engineering

Two scholarships available annually

No action required Qualified applicants are automatically awarded

*Merit-based scholarship amounts shown for 3-term Pathway programs. Award will be pro-rated for 4-term, 2-term and 1-term Pathway programs.

OSU-Cascades Scholarships For the most current information on OSU-Cascades scholarships, please visit: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/scholarships-international-students Scholarship

Amount

Eligibility

Notes

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Cascades ICSP Undergraduate and graduate students may apply for this scholarship. The ICSP is a cultural exchange program that promotes diversity and cultural awareness on campus, in the community and across Oregon.

$15,000/year

Fully admitted to OSU-Cascades as an undergraduate or graduate international student Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher Involvement in the ICSP and willing to share information about their country and culture

Renewable with annual renewal application

oregonstate.edu/ admissions/node/758

Cascades Honorary Scholarship Entering undergraduate students may apply for this scholarship.

$25,000

Fully admitted to OSU-Cascades as an undergraduate international student 600-800 word essay on what it means to be a global citizen, drawing on specific examples of personal experience with cross-cultural communication Skype interview with finalists

Send application essay to INTOOSUScholarships@ oregonstate.edu

oregonstate.edu/ admissions/node/758

3.0 overall GPA during Pathway program Fully admitted to an undergraduate degree program at OSU-Cascades 30 days from Pathway program completion No extension terms added to Pathway program

Application required

of physics majors hired by Intel (Spring 2015)

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INTO OSU Cascades Continued Success Scholarship Undergraduate or graduate students who complete an INTO OSU Pathway program on the Corvallis campus and progress to a degreeprogram at OSU-Cascades may apply for this scholarship.

$9,000

Scholarship amounts and eligibility requirements are subject to change.

A recent computer science graduate started an entry-level position at $92,000 US per year

One scholarship annually

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Apply via the forms in this brochure

Apply online: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international 7-10 day turnaround for completed applications

Your Application

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Oregon State University 2017-18 | Application Process

Applying to OSU is easy, and can be done online in less than 30 minutes. The application processes for undergraduate and graduate direct entry students are not identical. Please review the steps below.

6. Accept Your Offer After you have confirmed your admission by returning the signed Acceptance Form, you will receive an admission packet containing: • A letter of admission

Undergraduate Admissions

• An OSU I-20 (F-1 visa) or DS-2019 (J-1 visa)

1. Verify Requirements oregonstate.edu/admissions/

• An OSU Pre-Departure Guide

Visit OSU’s website to review the admission requirements for your degree program. 2. Apply for Admission To apply visit: intlapps.oregonstate.edu/login • Complete and submit the online application or fill out the paper application and email it to: intladmit@oregonstate.edu • Pay $60 non-refundable application fee. Your application will not be processed until the fee is paid. 3. Upload Documents • Send your transcripts from all secondary and post-secondary institutions attended • In order to expedite application processing, you can submit unofficial copies of transcripts until official transcripts arrive • Ensure that all documents issued in languages other than English are accompanied by a certified English translation • English language test scores must be received directly from the official testing source and verified 4. Submit Immigration Documents • A financial statement that shows funding support based on the estimated cost of attendance for one academic year • An OSU Affidavit of Support 5. Confirm your offer If admitted to OSU, you will receive: • Electronic notification of your admission containing a Letter of Offer • Information about the next steps you’ll take

7. Submit Official Documents All application documentation (official transcripts and financial statements, etc.) must be sent to: Oregon State University Office of International Admissions 1701 SW Western Boulevard Corvallis, OR 97333 Graduate Admissions 1. Apply for Admission oregonstate.force.com/GradAppLogin • Complete and submit the online application 6-12 months before your intended term start date. • Pay $85 non-refundable application fee. Your application will not be processed until the fee is paid.

4. Submit Immigration Documents • Financial statement that shows funding support based on the estimated cost of attendance for one calendar year (F-1 visa) or full length of degree (J-1 visa) • A copy of your passport (and any dependents' passports) • An OSU Certification of Finances form 5. Check Application Status oregonstate.force.com/GradAppLogin The graduate admission process involves review and approval by both the program and graduate school. Processing times will vary. Please consult with your prospective program regarding their timeline for making admissions decisions.

INTO OSU Application Process 1. Determine Course of Study Decide what academic or English language program you want to apply for. Read about OSU’s degree-seeking and English language programs: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/programs 2. Check Requirements Be sure your academic and language scores meet admission requirements for your program of choice. Detailed admission requirements can be found at: oregonstate.edu/admissionsinternational/admission-requirements 3. Apply To apply, visit: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/apply Complete and submit the online application or fill out the paper application and email it to: intladmit@oregonstate.edu 4. Send Required Documents Detailed program requirements and instructions can be found at: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/applying

6. Accept Your Offer

• Transcripts (copies in native and English language)

If admitted to OSU, you will receive:

• Diplomas (copies in native and English language)

• Electronic notification of your admission

• Language proficiency scores, if applicable

• An OSU letter of acceptance

• Test scores, if applicable

• An acceptance packet explaining how to enroll at OSU

• Passport

5. Application Processing As soon as your application is received, we will notify you by email that it has been received and you may be asked to provide any missing application documents. Your transcripts and other documents must be evaluated, and you will be contacted once an admission decision is made. 6. Offer of Admission If qualified, we will send you an offer of admission via email. 7. Confirm Return your signed Acceptance Form and pay the required deposit. Once your signed acceptance form and deposit have been received we will send you your I-20 to the shipping address provided. 8. Prepare for Arrival You will receive a Pre-Departure Guide to help prepare you for living and studying in the US.

• Evidence of funding

• An OSU I-20 (F-1 visa) or DS-2019 (J-1 visa)

2. Upload Documents • Materials can be uploaded into your online application during the application process or after the application has been submitted. You can submit unofficial copies of transcripts. Official transcripts are only required if you obtain admission. • Depending on your program, GRE/GMAT scores may be required. When required, have official GMAT scores sent from Pearson VUE Testing Service and GRE test scores sent from ETS. • If your native language is not English, TOEFL/IELTS scores are required.

Application Checklist for Pathway and Direct Undergraduate Degree-seeking Programs Please read carefully and make sure you have included the following documents in your application package: 1. Application form, completed in full (including signature) and checked for accuracy 2. Copy of passport for student (and spouse/dependents, if applicable) 3. Copy of bank statement and Affidavit of Support or letter of sponsorship 4. Copies of high school or university diploma and transcripts (English and native language) 5. Copies of transcripts of all relevant qualifications translated into English as well as in native language 6. Copies of TOEFL/IELTS/PTEA/Password 7. Copies of visa, I-20 and current DSO information (transfer students)

Application Checklist for English Programs Please read carefully and make sure you have included the following documents in your application package: 1. Application form, completed in full (including signature) and checked for accuracy 2. Copy of passport for student (and spouse/dependents, if applicable) 3. Copy of bank statement and Affidavit of Support or letter of sponsorship 4. Proof of high school/secondary school graduation (Academic English only) 5. Copies of visa, I-20 and current DSO information (transfer students)

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OSU Application

Please print legibly and complete all relevant sections of this form (including signature) in black ink. Submit your application and required documents to:

Section 4 - Student Education History

Section 3 - Academic Programs (continued)

intladmit@oregonstate.edu If you would like to apply to a Graduate Degree program, please complete the online application at: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/apply

B. INTO OSU Graduate Pathway Programs

Check one: INTO OSU Pathway/English Language Program Application

OSU Undergraduate Direct Degree-seeking Application

3-Term Pathway

2-Term Pathway

1-Term Pathway

Please select only one box below. Please note that 1-Term Pathway, 2-Term Pathway and 3-Term Pathway options have different entry requirements.

If an education counselor is assisting you with your application, fill out the details below. If not, leave this section blank and go to Section 1.

Sep 2017

Company/Organization:______________________________________________________ URN Number:____________________________________________________________ Counselor's Name_______________________________________________________ Counselor's Email:____________________________________________________________

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Mar 2018

Please list ALL secondary and post-secondary schools, colleges or universities you have attended or will attend prior to entering the university, including current studies. You must provide a transcript from each post-secondary school, college or university you have attended even if you did not complete a term. Failure to provide this information can result in dismissal from the university.

A. Alternative Name(s) If you hold an alternative name(s) on any academic credential(s) please list the alternative name(s) below:

College of Business MBA College of Engineering

B. Highest Qualification Earned

Chemical Engineering

What is the name of the highest qualification you have or will earn?

Civil Engineering Coastal and Ocean

Section 1 - Student Details

Section 2 - English Language Program

Construction

Date you received (or will receive) your certificate: — — /— — — — mm/yyyy

Please enter all names exactly as they appear on your passport.

Please select your intended program(s) of study and a starting date/term.

Education

Name of institution qualification was received:

Last/Family Name

Do not select programs with conflicting dates.

Geomatics

First/Given Name

Academic English (select all that apply)

Geotechnical

Country of institution:

Infrastructure Materials

Date starting this qualification: Start — — /— — — — mm/yyyy

Sep 2017

Middle Name Gender Date of Birth

M /

Jan 2018

Mar 2018

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— — — — — — — —

mm/dd/yyyy

Sep 2017

Oct 2017

Jan 2018

Mar 2018

May 2018

Jun 2018

Country of Birth

General English - College Year Abroad

Country of Nationality/Citizenship

Please specify total number of weeks

US Residency Status (including dual citizenship)

Select start date:

Non-US Citizen or Non-resident

Permanent Resident

Are you currently living or studying in the United States?

Yes

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US Citizen

Sep 2017

Oct 2017

Jan 2018

No

Mar 2018

May 2018

Jun 2018

If you answered YES, please include a copy of your visa and current I-20.

Please specify number of hours per week

Will any of your dependents (spouse/children) come to the US with you?

21 hours per week (Standard)

No

Structural

General English (select all that apply)

F

A. Visa and Immigration Information

Yes

Jun 2018

How many? ——

If yes, please include copies of their passports with your application.

B. Student Permanent Home Country Address This is the student permanent home country address, it is required for creating the

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Jan 2018

Jul 2018

City State/Province Country Postal Code

Jun 2018

Construction and Engineering Management

date at INTO OSU?

Mar 2018

C. Other Schools, Colleges or Universities

Industrial Engineering

Please list any other institution you attended or plan to attend below:

Country

Graduate School

Start — — /— — — — mm/yyyy End — — /— — — — mm/yyyy

Comparative Health Science (MS/PhD)

Qualification earned: Yes

Environmental Sciences

If earned, name of qualification:

No

Post-Secondary

Level: Secondary/High School

English Language Training

College of Science

Institution Name

Materials Chemistry

Country Start — — /— — — — mm/yyyy End — — /— — — — mm/yyyy

Physical Chemistry

Qualification earned: Yes

Please select from A. OR B. OR C. below.

C. OSU Undergraduate Direct Degree-seeking Program

If earned, name of qualification:

Please visit oregonstate.edu/admissions/international for a list of

Level: Secondary/High School

A. INTO OSU Undergraduate Pathway Programs

3-Term Pathway*

4-Term Pathway

undergraduate majors.

Sep 2017

Jan 2018

Mar 2018

Jun 2018

Jan 2018

Mar 2018

Jun 2018

General Business

Intended Major

Computer Science

Intended Campus

Exercise and Sport Science Food Science and Technology Forestry General-Liberal Arts Focus Natural Resources and Renewable Materials Public Policy Science Women and Gender Studies *Students who qualify will automatically be enrolled in the 3-Term Pathway program.

Planned Academic Subject/Major:

Post-Secondary

English Language Training

Post-Baccalaureate

Country Start — — /— — — — mm/yyyy End — — /— — — — mm/yyyy

Sep 2017

Street

Engineering

Transfer

Start Date:

Education Counselor/Contact Name

No

Institution Name

First Year/Freshman

Please select only one box below. Please note that 1-Term Pathway, 2-Term Pathway, 3-Term Pathway and 4-Term Pathway options have different entry requirements.

This is where the I-20 will be mailed.

Contact Email

Institution Name

Section 3 - Academic Programs

Student Email

Telephone

If YES, it must be listed below

Organic Chemistry

Telephone

Country Postal Code

No

Environmental Engineering

College of Public Health and Human Services

Jun 2018

2-Term Pathway

City State/Province

Yes

Public Health

1-Term Pathway

C. Shipping Address

If YES, it must be listed below

No

If NO, will you attend any other education institution(s) before your intended start

Mechanical Engineering with Material Science Emphasis

I-20. This address CANNOT be the address of the Education Counselor. Street

Yes

Computer Science

Mechanical Engineering

Visiting International Student Program Sep 2017

Post-Secondary

Electrical and Computer Engineering

27 hours per week (Intensive)

Mar 2018

Have you attended any other education institution since earning this qualification?

Water Resources

Study Abroad (select all that apply) Sep 2017

Level: Secondary/High School

Transportation

Qualification earned: Yes

Level: Secondary/High School OSU Corvallis

No

If earned, name of qualification:

OSU-Cascades

Post-Secondary

English Language Training

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OSU Application Section 5 - Test Scores

Section 7- Declarations (continued)

Please indicate all test scores completed. Copies of test results may be used

Required

for evaluation, but official results must be received prior to registration.

Are you eligible to enroll at each of the institutions you have attended in the past seven years?

A. English Language Test Scores Language scores are valid for two years after the test date and will be considered expired if over two years old at the time of program start date. TOEFL

IELTS

PTEA

complete and true to the best of my knowledge. My admission and continuing status at OSU is conditional on such completeness and truthfulness. I also understand that if I am admitted to OSU and do not enroll for the term to which I am admitted AND wish

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further study prior to joining this university. Failure to provide this information can

I certify that all statements made and documents submitted for this application are

B. Academic Test Scores (valid for 5 years) ACT

No

result in dismissal from the university.

Password

I do not plan on taking an English language proficiency test.

SAT

Yes

I confirm that I have included information on all of my academic studies and will not

to apply to another term, I must notify the Office of International Admissions in writing to update my file if I am applying in the same or subsequent academic years. If I wish

GRE

to apply after one academic year from the original application date, I understand that I

I do not plan on taking an academic test.

must submit a new application. Terms and Conditions I state that I have read and understood the INTO OSU brochure and agree to abide by

Section 6 - Housing

the 2017-18 Terms and Conditions found online: www.intostudy.com/osu/terms

Housing selections will only be reserved based on availability and you will be contacted regarding your final reservation. Your housing selection will include a meal

Student Name:

plan. See housing information for details. Direct admit international students can view their options and apply for housing online: uhds.oregonstate.edu

Student Signature:

Room Selection (INTO OSU students only)

Date — — /— — /— — — — mm/dd/yyyy

For all students with Undergraduate Pathway in their study plan, on-campus housing is required for the first 9 months of study (3 terms). If you do not select one or

Parent/Guardian Name:

select Homestay, you will be assigned a default room type. Please rank your top 3

(Parent/Guardian signature required for students under age 18)

preferences below from 1 to 3, with 1 being your top choice. English Language Program and Pathway Applicants:

Parent/Guardian Signature:

Triple/shared bathroom

1

2

3

Triple/suite bathroom

1

2

3

Double/shared bathroom

1

2

3

Double/suite bathroom

1

2

3

Double/private bathroom

1

2

3

Single/shared bathroom

1

2

3

Single/private bathroom

1

2

3

for any INTO OSU or OSU academic program.

Single/suite bathroom (for Graduate Pathway applicants only)

1

2

3

I authorize INTO Oregon State University, Inc. to release information regarding my

Homestay (not available for Undergraduate Pathway applicants)

1

2

3

student records as necessary to facilitate enrollment and continued progress through

Graduate Pathway, Academic English and Study Abroad with English Applicants:

2

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University, Inc., and INTO University Partnerships Ltd. to share my OSU and INTO

3

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General English and College Year Abroad Applicants:

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1

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5

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year students who enroll at OSU within one year of high school graduation must live

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applicable to facilitate application, admission or enrollment.

Housing and Dining Services website for details and information on how to apply:

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oregonstate.edu/uhds/ My Sponsor (Name) My Parent(s) or Other Relative

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Other (Name)

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Travel and Medical Insurance

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The full cost of the International Student Health Plan will be added to the student’s

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Oregon State University Affidavit of Support Financial Declaration Requirements and Affidavit of Support If it is determined that you are admissible to Oregon State University, OSU can provide you with an I-20 (F-1) or DS-2019 (J-1) only after you submit satisfactory evidence that you have adequate funds for your proposed program of study. Acceptable financial documents must have been issued (by the financial institution) within 6 months of the date the Acceptance Form was submitted with the Affidavit of Support (below) if necessary. Please refer to the following website for financial amounts required to be shown at time of application for each program: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/ applying/certification-finances. Be sure to keep copies of your financial documents as you will need to present them to the US Consular Officer at your visa interview and to the US Immigration Officers at the Port of Entry.

Parent/Personal sponsor whose name is on financial documents must complete this portion. Spouses, relatives and other personal sponsors are required to complete the “Affidavit of Support” form when funds held in their name are provided as financial documentation by an international student at time of application. The Affidavit of Support helps confirm the legitimacy of financial documentation presented by the student.

I, ______________________________________________________________________ hereby certify that I am willing (Print name of family member/personal sponsor) and able to provide the amount of $ ____________________________ in US dollars to meet the expenses incurred

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GCSE/IGCSE O Levels

5 subjects with 3 grades of C or better and 2 grades of D or better. Subjects must include Math, English, Science, 2 electives.

GCSE/IGCSE O Levels

5 subjects with grades of C or better. Subjects must include Math, English, Science, and 2 electives.

GCE A Levels

Advanced Level - 2 subjects with 1 grade of C and 1 grade of D, and meet the GCSE or GCE ‘O’ Level requirements.

GCE A Levels

Advanced Level - 2 subjects with grades of C or better, and meet the GCSE or GCE ‘O’ Level requirements.

IB Diploma

IB Diploma w/minimum score of 24; Average grades of 4 or higher (1-7) if by individual courses.

IB Diploma

IB Diploma with minimum score of 26. Average grades of 5 or higher (1-7) if by individual courses.

Azerbaijan

Senior High School Graduation Diploma with an average of 3.5 on a 5-point scale

Azerbaijan

Senior High School Graduation Diploma with an average of 4.0 on a 5 point scale

Bahrain

Secondary School Leaving Certificate or General Certificate of Secondary Education. An average of 55% out of 100%.

Bahrain

Secondary School Leaving Certificate or General Certificate of Secondary Education. An average of 60% out of 100%.

Bangladesh

Secondary School Certificate & Higher Secondary Certificate result cards issued by Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, with average of 45% out of 100%.

Bangladesh

Secondary School Certificate & Higher Secondary Certificate result cards issued by Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, with average of 50% out of 100%.

Brazil

Certificado de Conclusão do Ensino Medio with an average of 6.50 out of 10 or 65% out of 100%.

Brazil

Certificado de Conclusao de Segundo Grau with an average 7.0 out of 10 or 70% out of 100%.

Cameroon

GCSE O Level with 3 grades of C and 2 grades of D. Or Baccalaureat de L'Enseignement Secondaire with average of 11 out of 20.

Cameroon

GCSE O Level with 5 grades of C or better. Or Baccalaureat de L'Enseignement Secondaire with average of 12 out of 20.

Canada

Each province is different

Canada

Each Province is different

China P.R.

Senior High School Graduation Diploma or Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate-Transcripts from grades 10-12. An average of 75% out of 100%

China P.R.

Senior High School Graduation Diploma or Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate-Transcripts from grades 10-12. An average of 80% out of 100%

Colombia

Completion of Secondary Education - Bachiller. An average of 7.0 on a 10 point scale.

Colombia

Completion of Secondary Education - Bachiller. An average of 7.5 on a 10-point scale.

Cyprus

Apolytirio Lykeiou (School Leaving Certificate- Greek) or Lise Diplomasi (Turkish). Average of 15 out of 20 (Southern Cyprus) or 6 out of 10 (Northern Cyprus).

Cyprus

Apolytirio Lykeiou (School Leaving Certificate- Greek) or Lise Diplomasi (Turkish). Average of 16 out of 20 (Southern Cyprus) or 7 out of 10 (Northern Cyprus).

Ecuador

Secondary School Diploma - Bachillerato. An average of 7.5 on a 10 point scale.

Ecuador

Secondary School Diploma - Bachillerato. An average of 8 on a 10-point scale (Buena/Good).

Germany

Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife/Zeugnis der Fachhochschulreife, with average of 3 out of 6 (grade 1 is high) or 7 out of 15 (grade 15 high).

Germany

Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife/Zeugnis der Fachhochschulreife, with average of 2 out of 6 (grade 1 is high) or 10 out of 15 (grade 15 high).

Ghana

West African School Certificate of Education (WAEC) with 5 subjects and average of 5.0 where grade 1 is high. Subjects must include English, math, and science.

Ghana

West African School Certificate of Education (WAEC) with 5 subjects and average of 3.0 where grade 1 is high. Subjects must include English, math, and science.

Hong Kong

HKDSE with 4 core subjects (Chinese, English, Mathematics, and Liberal Studies) and 1 elective subject with Level 2 or higher in each subject.

Hong Kong

HKDSE with 4 core subjects (Chinese, English, Mathematics, and Liberal Studies) and 1 elective subject with Level 3 or higher in each subject.

India

Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Cert (HSC) with an average of 50% out of 100%.

India

Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Cert (HSC) with an average of 60% out of 100%.

Indonesia

SMA or STTB with grades for Years 10-12 and an average of 6.5 on a 10 point scale OR 65% out of 100%

Indonesia

SMA or STTB with Grades for Years 10-12 and an average of 7 on a 10 point scale or 70% out of 100%

Iran

Completion of the Diplom including Pre-University year. An average of 13 on a 20 point scale.

Iran

Completion of the Diplom including Pre-University year. An average of 14 on a 20 point scale.

Italy

Diploma di Maturita/Diploma di Perito indicating all exams taken, with an average of 6.5 on a 10 point scale or 40% out of 60%.

Italy

Diploma di Maturita/Diploma di Perito indicating all exams taken, with an average of 7 on a 10 point scale or 44% out of 60%.

Japan

Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate (grades 10-12) with an average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale or 3.5 on a 5 point scale.

Japan

Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate (grades 10-12) with an average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or 4.0 on a 5 point scale.

Jordan

General Secondary Education Certificate (Tawjihi) with an average of 65% out of 100%.

Jordan

General Secondary Education Certificate (Tawjihi) with an average of 70% out of 100%.

Kazakhstan

Senior High School Graduation Diploma - Attestation of Complete Secondary Education An average of 3.5 on a 5 point scale

Kazakhstan

Senior High School Graduation Diploma - Attestation of Complete Secondary Education. An average of 4 (Good) on a scale of 5.0

Kenya

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education. 8 subjects with an average of C+ or better or 7 on a 12 point scale.

Kenya

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education. 8 subjects with an average of 8.0 on a 12 point scale.

Kuwait

High School (grades 10-12) and completion of General Secondary Education Certificate 75% out of 100%.

Kuwait

High School (grades 10-12) and completion of General Secondary Education Certificate 80% out of 100%.

Kyrgyzstan

General Certificate of Secondary Education. An average of 3.5 on a 5 point grading scale.

Kyrgyzstan

General Certificate of Secondary Education. An average of 4 on a 5 point grading scale.

Malaysia

SPM - Require 5 subjects with an average of C+. Subjects must include Math, English, and Science

Malaysia

SPM - Require 5 subjects with an average of B. Subjects must include Math, English and Science

Morocco

Senior High School Graduation Diploma - Diplome du Baccalaureat, Attestation, General Certificate of Education. An average of 11.5 on a 20 point scale

Morocco

Senior High School Graduation Diploma - Diplome du Baccalaureat, Attestation, General Certificate of Education. An average of 12 on a 20-point scale

Myanmar

Senior High School Graduation Diploma - BESE Matriculation. An average grade of 45% out of 100% or 3.5 on a grading scale of 5.0

Myanmar

Senior High School Graduation Diploma BESE Matriculation An Average grade of 50% out of 100% or a 4.0 on a grading scale of 5.0.

Netherlands

Senior High School Graduation Diploma/Senior General Education Secondary Certificate with transcripts, and average of 6.5 on a 10 point scale.

Netherlands

Senior High School Graduation Diploma/Senior General Education Secondary Certificate with transcripts, and average of 7.0 on a 10-point scale.

Nigeria

West African School Certificate of Education (WAEC) with 5 subjects and average of 5.0 where grade 1 is high. Subjects must include English, math, and science.

Nigeria

West African School Certificate of Education (WAEC) with 5 subjects and average of 3.0 where 1 is high. Subjects must include English, Math and Science.

Oman

General Secondary School Certificate. 73% out of 100%

Oman

Thanawiya Amma/General Secondary School Certificate; 80% out of 100%

Pakistan

Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Cert (HSC) with an average of 50% out of 100%.

Pakistan

Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Cert (HSC) with an average of 60% out of 100%.

Qatar

Al-Thanawiya Aama Qatari - General Secondary School Certificate. An average of 70% out of 100%

Qatar

Al-Thanawiya Aama Qatari - General Secondary School Certificate.; 75% out of 100%.

Russia

Attestat o Srednem (polnom) Obschem Obrazovanii - Certificate of Secondary (Complete) General Education. An average of 3.5 on a 5 point scale.

Russia

Attestat o Srednem (polnom) Obschem Obrazovanii - Certificate of Secondary (Complete) General Education. An average of 4 on a 5 point scale.

Saudi Arabia

Examination results for the General Secondary Education Certificate (GSEC), 75% out of 100%

Saudi Arabia

Shahadat Al-Marhalat Al-Thanawiyyat/General Secondary Education Certificate (GSEC); 80% out of 100%

Singapore

Singapore-Cambridge GCE O Level with 5 subjects and an aggregate score of 32.5 or less. Subjects must include English, math and science.

Singapore

Singapore-Cambridge GCE O Level with 5 subjects and an aggregate score of 30 or less. Subjects must include English, Math and Science.

South Africa

Senior High School Graduation Diploma - Senior Certificate with an average of 55% out of 100% or an average of 3.5 on a 6 point scale.

South Africa

Senior High School Graduation Diploma - Senior Certificate with an average of 60% out of 100% or an average of 4.0 on a 6 point scale.

South Korea

High School (grades 10-12). 75% out of 100% OR 2.5 on a 4.0 scale OR a rank of 5.0 or lower out of 9.0 (grade 1 is high).

South Korea

High School (grades 10-12). 80% out of 100% OR 3.0 on a 4.0 scale OR a rank of 4.0 or lower out of 9.0 (grade 1 is high).

Taiwan

Senior High School Diploma. 65% out of 100% OR 2.50 on a 4.0 scale.

Taiwan

Senior High School Diploma. 70% out of 100% or 3.00 GPA on a 4.00 scale

Tanzania

EAGCE with 3 Grades of C or better and 2 grades of D and must include English, Math and Science.

Tanzania

EAGCE in 5 subjects with grades of C or Better and must include English, Math and Science

Thailand

Certificate of Upper Secondary Education/(Matavom VI). 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale or 65% out of 100%

Thailand

Certificate of Upper Secondary Education/(Matayom VI); 3.00 GPA on a 4.0 scale or 70% out of 100%

The Gambia

West African School Certificate of Education (WAEC) with 5 subjects and average of 5.0 where grade 1 is high. Subjects must include English, math, and science.

The Gambia

West African School Certificate of Education (WAEC) with 5 subjects and average of 3.0 where grade 1 is high. Subjects must include English, math, and science.

Turkey

Lise Diplomasi/Secondary Diploma with average of 7.0 on a 10 point scale or 4.0 on a 5 point scale or 70% out of 100%.

Ukraine

Certificate of Complete General Secondary Education or Matriculation Certificate (Atestat) with average of 4.0 on a 5 point scale or 7.0 out of 12.

United Arab Emirates

General Secondary Education Diploma with an average of 80% out of 100% or a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale.

United Kingdom

GCSE O Level with 5 subjects with grades of C or better. Subjects must include English, math and science.

United States of America

High School Diploma with a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale

Uzbekistan

Senior High School Graduation Diploma - Attestat - Certificate of Secondary Education with an average of 4 on a 5-point scale (Good).

Venezuela

Senior High School Graduation Diploma/Bachiller en Ciencias/Humanidades. An average of 13 on a 20 scale.

Vietnam

Bang Tot Nghiep Pho Thong Trung Hoc - Diploma of completion of Secondary School (Upper). An average of 7.0 on 10.0 scale.

Zimbabwe

General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level, 5 subjects with an average of 4.0 (grade 1 is high). Subjects must include English, Math and Science.

Turkey

Lise Diplomasi/Secondary Diploma with average of 6.5 on a 10 point scale or 3.5 on a 5 point scale or 63% out of 100%.

Ukraine

Certificate of Complete General Secondary Education or Matriculation Certificate (Atestat) with average of 3.5 on a 5 point scale or 6.5 out of 12.

United Arab Emirates

General Secondary Education Diploma with an average of 75% out of 100% or a 2.50 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale.

United Kingdom

GCSE O Level with 5 subjects and 3 grades of C and 2 grades of D. Subjects must include English, math and science.

United States of America

High School Diploma with a 2.50 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale

Uzbekistan

Senior High School Graduation Diploma - Attestat - Certificate of Secondary Education. An average of 3.5 on a 5 point scale.

Venezuela

Senior High School Graduation Diploma/Bachiller en Ciencias/Humanidades. An average of 12 on a 20 point scale.

Vietnam

Bang Tot Nghiep Pho Thong Trung Hoc - Diploma of completion of Secondary School (Upper). An average of 6.5 on a 10.0 point scale.

Zimbabwe

General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level, 5 subjects with an average of 5.0 (grade 1 is high). Subjects must include English, Math and Science.

This guide is used for evaluation purposes by the OSU Office of International Admissions and is supplied here for reference only. Meeting the requirements listed here does not necessarily indicate that a student will qualify for admission to Oregon State University or INTO Oregon State University. When referring to the following guides, be aware that this is not inclusive of all grading requirements. Grading systems and educational structures vary widely around the world and we evaluate each application individually to determine if the applicant meets the standards for success at Oregon State University.

Please also be aware that requirements by country are updated and adjusted appropriately throughout an academic year and might not be current in this brochure. For a more recent list of country evaluation scales and graduate-level scales, please visit our website at: oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/admission-requirements-country

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English Waiver Guidelines Undergraduate English Waiver Exemptions

4-Term Pathway

3-Term Pathway

2-Term, 1-Term Pathway

IELTS

5

5.5

2-term: 6.0 1-term: 6.0 (5.5 subscores)

6.5

TOEFL

50

60

2-term: 70 1-term: 75 (16 subscores)

80 (16 subscores)

Password

5

6

No

No

PTEA

41

44

No

No

IB

English A Language and Literature HL: 4*

English A Language and Literature HL: 5

English A Language and Literature HL: 5

IGCSE/GCSE

English First Language with C or better. ESL C or higher. Not predicted scores.**

English First Language with C or better. ESL C or higher. Not predicted scores.

A Levels (A/AS)

English First Language with C or better. Not predicted scores.**

English First Language with C or better. Not predicted scores.

US High School

3+ years of high school in English, mainstream English classes, with grades of B or better in non-ESL classes. And/or a grade of C or better in an AP English language/composition.**

3+ years of high school in English, mainstream English classes, with grades of B or better in non-ESL classes. And/or a grade of C or better in an AP English language/composition.

International High School (English medium of instruction)

English Speaking High School in other English-speaking countries (see country list). Same as above (equivalent) - must be accredited/ recognized by country.**

English Speaking High School in other English-speaking countries (see country list). Same as above (equivalent) - must be accredited/recognized by country.

SAT

450 Verbal* (or 500 evidence-based Reading/Writing)

500 Verbal (or 560 evidence-based Reading/ Writing)

500 Verbal (or 560 evidence-based Reading/Writing)

ACT

19 English/Reading*

21 English/Reading

21 English/Reading

HKDSE

English Level 3 or better**

Malaysia SPM

English 119 with C or better**

WAEC

Grade C6 in English Language

AP

Language & Composition or Literature & Composition with 3 or better**

Cambridge English: First

154

162

169

No

Cambridge English: Proficiency

154

162

169

No

Cambridge English: Advanced

154

162

169

No

African (Anglophone): Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe

Yes** High School graduates from these countries where medium of instruction is English

Yes High School graduates from these countries where medium of instruction is English

Commonwealth Caribbean (Anglophone): Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago

Yes** High School graduates from these countries where medium of instruction is English

Yes High School graduates from these countries where medium of instruction is English

Australia

Yes**

Yes

Canada, except Quebec (French)

Yes**

Yes

Irish Republic

Yes**

Yes

New Zealand

Yes**

Yes

United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales)

Yes**

Yes

*Qualifies for 3-Term Undergraduate Pathway

English Level 3 or better English 119 with C or better

Grade C5 in English Language

**Qualifies for 1-Term Undergraduate Pathway

Undergraduate Direct

No

No Language & Composition or Literature & Composition with 3 or better

***Qualifies for 2-Term Undergraduate Pathway

Graduate English Waiver Exemptions

Graduate Pathway

Graduate Direct

GRE Score

No

No

Bachelor’s or graduate degree from a regionally accredited US Institution

Yes

Yes

Bachelor’s or graduate degree from an institution whose language of instruction is English (must be noted on transcript)

Yes*

Yes*

*2 terms of 3.0 or higher in academically rigorous program in English speaking country

This chart is for English Waiver purposes only. Students will be placed in the appropriate Pathway as determined by the OSU Admissions Team.


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Dates, Tuition and Fees Oregon State University Rates are an estimate and subject to change. All prices in US dollars. By Academic Term There are 4 terms per academic year (fall, winter, spring, summer), each about 12 weeks/3 months. Prices are estimated for 15 credits per quarter.

Oregon State University Tuition and Fees

Start Dates for Undergraduate OSU Degree Programs

1 Term

2 Terms

3 Terms

$9,808

$19,616

$29,424

Business MBA

$11,651

$23,302

$34,953

Engineering

$8,643

$17,286

$25,929

Pharm D

$10,237

$20,474

$30,711

Professional Science

$7,970

$15,940

$23,910

Base Graduate Rates

$7,970

$15,940

$23,910

Undergraduate Direct Entry* Graduate Direct Entry*

Term

Start Dates

Recommended Application Date

Cost to Apply*

Fall 2017

Sep 13, 2017

Aug 16, 2017

$60

Winter 2018

Jan 4, 2018

Dec 7, 2017

$60

Spring 2018

Mar 29, 2018

Mar 1, 2018

$60

Summer 2018

Jun 21, 2018

May 24, 2018

$60

*Students applying through INTO affiliated agencies and educational counselors are not required to pay the application fee.

Start Dates for Graduate OSU Degree Programs

*Based on average full-time student status in the 2016-17 academic year. Tuition and Fees are subject to change.

Oregon State University Accommodation Residence Hall Accommodations*

1 Term

2 Terms

3 Terms

Triple

$2,934

$5,868

$8,802

Double, suite-style room with shared bathroom

$4,078

$8,156

$12,234

Double suite-style room with private bathroom

$4,535

$9,070

$13,605

Single room with private bathroom

$5,014

$10,028

$15,042

Term

Start Dates

Recommended Application Date*

Cost to Apply

Fall 2017

Sep 11, 2017

Apr 1, 2017

$85

Winter 2018

Jan 4, 2018

Jul 1, 2017

$85

Spring 2018

Mar 29, 2018

Oct 1, 2017

$85

Summer 2018

Jun 21, 2018

Jan 1, 2018

$85

*Application deadlines may vary. Check specific program requirements at gradschool.oregonstate.edu Considering taking summer term classes at OSU? Tuition is less expensive during summer. See summer.oregonstate.edu for details.

*Based on International Living-Learning Center rates, including the standard Dining Plan.

Estimated Costs and Deposits OSU and INTO OSU Programs Rates are an estimate and subject to change. All prices in US dollars. Please visit www.intostudy.com/osu/costs for more information.

Costs of Attendance for Typical Programs 2017-18 Cost Description

Tuition and Fees

Living Expenses*

Books and Supplies*

Insurance*

Total Estimated Cost of Attendance

Undergraduate Direct Admission (3 Terms)

$29,424

$16,000

$2,500

$1,950

$49,874

Undergraduate Pathway (3 Terms)

$29,988

$16,000

$2,500

$1,725

$50,213

Graduate Direct MBA (3 Terms)

$34,953

$16,000

$2,500

$1,950

$55,403

Graduate Pathway MBA (3 Terms)

$34,920

$16,000

$2,500

$1,725

$55,145

Graduate Direct Engineering (3 Terms)

$25,929

$16,000

$2,500

$1,950

$46,379

Graduate Pathway (3 Terms)

$29,910

$16,000

$2,500

$1,725

$50,135

Academic English (1 Term)

$5,460

$5,500

$600

$575

$12,135

General English (1 Session/5 Weeks)

$2,550

$3,000

$275

$350

$6,175

*Prices are estimates only for living expenses, books and insurance

Deposits Cost Description

Tuition and Fees

Housing

General English (including CYA)

$1,000

$1,000

Academic English (including SAWE)

$2,000

$2,000

Pathway Programs

$2,000

$2,000

Academic English + Pathway Program

$2,000

$2,000


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Tuition for Academic Programs Program

1-Term Pathway

2-Term Pathway

3-Term Pathway

4-Term Pathway

Undergraduate Pathway Program*

$11,495

$22,990

$29,988

$36,630

Study Abroad with English: Part 2

$9,996

$19,992

$29,988

NA

Visiting International Student Program

$9,996

$19,992

$29,988

NA

Graduate Pathway Program - MBA*

NA

$26,770

$34,920

NA

Graduate Pathway Program - Other*

$11,470

$22,930

$29,910

NA

Pathway programs are either 1-term (gray), 2-term (orange), 3-term (blue) or 4-term (purple). Pathway programs can be started in the terms indicated below. 3-term Pathway

Fall 2017

Sep 13, 2017 Dec 8, 2017

Program

4-term Pathway

3 Terms

$10,920

$16,380

Study Abroad with English: Part 1 (AE)

$5,460

$10,920

$16,380

Start Dates for English Language Programs Fall 2017

Winter 2018 Jan 3, 2018 Mar 21, 2018

Mar 28, 2018 Jun 13, 2018

Spring 2018

Summer 2018

P

P

P

P

Sep 13, 2017 Dec 6, 2017

Mar 27, 2018 Jun 15, 2018

Study Abroad with English: Part 1 (AE)

Jun 19, 2018 Sep 7, 2018

Undergraduate Pathway Programs

P

P

P

P

Winter 2018 Jan 3, 2018 Mar 23, 2018

Spring 2018

Mar 28, 2018 Jun 15, 2018

Summer 2018

P P

P P

P P

P P

Jun 20, 2018 Sep 7, 2018

Study Abroad with INTO OSU Study Abroad with English: Part 2 Visiting Int'l Student Program

General Business, Exercise and Sport Science, Food Science and Technology, General - Liberal Arts Focus, Natural Resources and Renewable Materials, Public Policy, Women and Gender Studies Computer Science

Jun 20, 2018 Sep 5, 2018

Fall 2017

Sep 13, 2017 Dec 8, 2017

Program

Winter 2018 Spring 2018 Summer 2018 Jan 2, 2018 Mar 23, 2018

2 Terms

$5,460

Academic English

Start Dates for Academic Programs

2-term Pathway

1 Term

Academic English

Program

*1-2 Term prices for UGPW and GPW are for Accelerated Courses.

1-term Pathway

Program

P Variable program length Housing and Dining Prices for Pathway and Academic English Programs Housing and dining rates are subject to change. INTO OSU attempts to fulfill room-type requests, however cannot guarantee a specific room type.

Engineering, Forestry, Science

Graduate Pathway Programs

1 Term

2 Terms

3 Terms

Triple/shared bathroom*

$3,240

$6,480

$9,720

Triple/suite style bathroom*

$3,660

$7,320

$10,980

Engineering (MEng) - Civil Engineering

Double standard/shared bathroom*

$4,260

$8,520

$12,780

All other Engineering (MEng)

Double suite-style/shared bathroom*

$4,980

$9,960

$14,940

Double/private bathroom*

$5,580

$11,160

$16,740

Single/shared bathroom*

$6,300

$12,600

$18,900

Single/private bathroom*

$6,960

$13,920

$20,880

Graduate student housing**

$4,344

$8,688

$13,032

$3,240

$6,480

$9,720

Homestay private room/shared bathroom*** $3,660

$7,320

$10,980

Business (MBA) Comparative Health Sciences (MS/PhD) Environmental Sciences, Materials Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Public Health Engineering (MEng) - ECE/CS

On Campus

Miscellaneous Fees and Expenses Item

One time

Per Academic Term

Per 5-Week Session

International Express Mail

$100

NA

NA

Domestic Express Mail

Free of charge

NA

NA

Insurance†

NA

$575

$350

Other Medical Costs†

NA

$500

$100

Books

NA

$600

$275

Off Campus Homestay shared room/shared bathroom***

*Includes $770 in dining credit per academic term, a linen package and housing between terms. **Includes $385 in dining credit per academic term, a linen package and housing between terms. ***Includes $385 in dining credit per academic term.

Estimated

Housing and Dining Prices for General English and College Year Abroad

By 5-Week Session

Housing and dining rates are subject to change. INTO OSU attempts to fulfill room-type requests, however cannot guarantee a specific room type.

A session is 5-weeks long. There are 8 sessions per academic year.

Weeks

5

10

15

20

25 CYA

35 CYA

Triple/shared bathroom*

$1,785

$3,570

$5,355

$7,140

$8,925

$12,495

Triple/suite style bathroom*

On Campus

Tuition for General English and College Year Abroad* 5 Weeks

10 Weeks

15 Weeks

20 Weeks

25 Weeks College Year Abroad

35 Weeks College Year Abroad

21 hours per week (Standard)

$2,015

$4,030

$6,045

$8,060

$10,075

$14,105

$2,550

$5,100

$7,200

$9,600

$11,250

$15,750

27 hours per week (Intensive)

Double standard/ shared bathroom*

$2,345

$4,690

$7,035

$9,380

$11,725

$16,415

$3,050

$6,100

$8,700

$11,600

$13,750

$19,250

Double suite-style/ shared bathroom*

$2,740

$5,480

$8,220

$10,960

$13,700

$19,180

Double/private bathroom*

$3,070

$6,140

$9,210

$12,280

$15,350

$21,490

College Year Abroad can start at any General English starting date.

Single/shared bathroom*

$3,465

$6,930

$10,395

$13,860

$17,325

$24,255

Program

Start Dates

End Dates

General English or College Year Abroad

Sep 18, 2017 Oct 30, 2017 Jan 4, 2018 Feb 12, 2018 Mar 29, 2018 May 7, 2018 Jun 21, 2018 Jul 30, 2018

Oct 27, 2017 Dec 6, 2017 Feb 9, 2018 Mar 21 2018 May 4, 2018 Jun 13, 2018 Jul 27, 2018 Sep 5, 2018

Single/private bathroom*

$3,830

$7,660

$11,490

$15,320

$19,150

$26,810

Homestay shared room/shared bathroom***

$1,785

$3,570

$5,355

$7,140

$8,925

$12,495

Homestay private room/shared bathroom***

$2,015

$4,030

$6,045

$8,060

$10,075

$14,105

Program

*The price for all GE programs longer than 25 weeks is $450/week for 21 hours and $550/week for 27 hours.

Start Dates for General English and College Year Abroad

Off Campus

*Includes $385 in dining credit per 5-week session, a linen package and housing between sessions. **Includes $190 in dining credit per 5-week session, a linen package and housing between sessions. ***Includes $190 in dining credit per 5-week session.


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