Education

More than 60 colleges and universities, representing every state in the country, provide degrees in Forestry and or Natural Resources. Individual programs range greatly in size of faculty and student body as well as the breadth of disciplines taught. Click the map or use the menu below to view programs by state. Check out institutional websites and what they offer — the possibilities are endless.

 

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Departments/Colleges

    • Warner College of Natural Resources
    • Department of Fish Wildlife & Conservation Biology
    • Department of Forest Rangeland and Watershed Stewardship
    • Department of Geosciences
    • Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

    Degrees and Program of Study

    • Bachelor of Sciences (BS) :
      • Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (Concentrations in Conservation Biology, Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, and Wildlife Biology)
      • Forestry (Concentrations in Forest Management, Forest Fire Science, Forest Business, Forest Biology)
      • Geology (Concentrations in Environmental Geology and Geology)
      • Natural Resources Management
      • Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism (Concentrations in Environmental Communication, Parks & Protected Areas Management, Tourism, Global Tourism)
      • Rangeland Ecology (Concentrations in Restoration Ecology, Range and Forest Management, and Rangeland Management)
      • Watershed Science
    • Master of Sciences (MS) :
      • Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
      • Forest Sciences
      • Geosciences
      • Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
      • Rangeland Ecosystem Science
      • Watershed Sciences
    • Doctoral of Philosophy (Ph.D) :
      • Earth Sciences (Geosciences and Watershed Sciences Areas)
      • Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
      • Forest Sciences
      • Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
      • Rangeland Ecosystem Science