Forest Ecology and Management
College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
Learn how to create, manage, conserve, and repair forest ecosystems to make a positive impact locally and globally.
- Accredited by the Society of American Foresters
- Be field ready with a strong background in plant identification, forest measurements, and forest stand management
- Strong background in plant sciences with an emphasis on spatial analysis, including landscape ecology and geographic information systems
- Internships, field trips and study abroad opportunities allow you to apply your knowledge
- Participate in undergraduate research guided by renowned faculty
With a Forest Ecology and Management degree, you can work in:
- Plant and ecosystem sciences
- Environmental policy
- Resource economics
- Geospatial analysis and remote sensing
- Wildland fire
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