Welcome to the premier forest resources program within the College of Natural Resources. Our dedicated faculty, rigorous coursework and outstanding outreach programs will prepare you for a successful career in forestry.
Whether you choose to work in private industry for a forestland management organization, federal or state agencies, consulting firms, or non-governmental conservation organizations, our program will give you a scientific foundation and marketable skills that will make you a valuable contributor in the workforce and society.
Where Forests and People Intersect
Rooted in the science of forest ecosystems, including ecology, watershed management, forest genetics, geographic information systems, biometrics, as well as in the social sciences, you'll receive the multidisciplinary skills and knowledge to be an effective forest scientist and manager.
Foresters build upon a scientific framework in order to manage lands to meet conservation goals, maximize long-term productivity and enhance the interaction between people and the land.
Our B.S. in forest resources program has been accredited by the Society of American Foresters for more than 75 years.