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Undergraduate Karla Garcia, with Kham Koon the elephant in Thailand
International experiences can help you learn more about global ecosystem interconnections and the species they support. Some of the potential benefits of going abroad include:
Conservation of fish and wildlife and their habitats is an international concern. As human impacts on ecosystems increase, more and more species are declining around the world. Undergraduates majoring in Fisheries and Wildlife Science are strongly supported in pursuing and completing international experiences.
OSU has many opportunities for international study. The First Step presentation and a complete list of all of OSU’s education abroad offerings can be found by visiting Office of Global Opportunities. For specific programs related to this field learn more about going abroad with Fisheries and Wildlife.
It's summer in Chillan, Chile! Chillan is located in the central valley region of Chile and is one hour from the ocean and volcanic mountains. Trout fishing and outdoor adventure are nearby.
Students take four classes taught by OSU professors. The first three classes will be taught in English, the fourth in Spanish. Students must have a Spanish language background, see the International Programs website below for requirements.
Want to know more? OSU: Agricultural and Natural Resources in Chile.
External providers that have international programs approved by OSU are listed below. Students participating in these programs are guaranteed to earn OSU resident credit and are able to use OSU financial aid.