Credits required
45 Oregon State University is on a quarter-term system. There are four quarters each year and classes are 11 weeks long. This program's 45 quarter credits are equal to 30 semester credits.*
Cost per credit
$560 Based on current tuition rates. No additional charge for nonresident students. Does not include course materials and associated fees and expenses.
Delivery
Online You can complete all or nearly all requirements of this program online. View the curriculum.
Start terms
4 per year

Fisheries and Wildlife Administration – Online

Careers

Fisheries and wildlife administration is a diverse field offering graduates various career options. Based on the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook, employment in natural resources and life and physical sciences is expected to grow 10 percent through 2026, faster than the average for all occupations.

A majority of jobs will be in local, regional and federal government agencies. New job opportunities will arise from growth and retirement of the current workforce. In addition, new employment opportunities will come in "green" careers.

Job market outlook

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