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

    • Nicholas School of the Environment

    Degrees and Program of Study

    • Bachelor of Arts (BA) :
      • Earth and Ocean Science
      • Minor/Emphasis -
      • Public Policy
      • Biology
      • Chemistry
      • Biological Anthropology and Anatomy
      • Environmental Science and Policy
      • Minor/Emphasis -
      • Public Policy
      • Biology
      • Chemistry
      • Biological Anthropology and Anatomy
      • Earth and Ocean Science
    • Bachelor of Sciences (BS) :
      • Earth and Ocean Science
      • Minor/Emphasis -
      • Public Policy
      • Biology
      • Chemistry
      • Biological Anthropology and Anatomy
      • Environmental Science
    • Master in Environmental Management (MEM) :
      • Environmental Management
    • Master of Forest (MF) :
      • Forestry
    • Doctoral of Philosophy (Ph.D) :
      • Earth and Ocean Science
      • Environmental Science and Policy
 

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Departments/Colleges

    • College of Natural Resources
    • Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources
    • Department of Parks
    • Recreation and Tourism management
    • Department of Wood and Paper Science

    Degrees and Program of Study

    • Bachelor of Sciences (BS) :
      • Environmental Technology
      • Fisheries and Wildlife Science
      • Forest Management
      • Natural Resources Ecosystem Assessment
      • Natural Resources Policy and Administration
      • Watershed Hydrology
    • Master of Sciences (MS) :
      • Fisheries and Wildlife
      • Forestry
      • Natural Resources
    • Doctoral of Philosophy (Ph.D) :
      • Fisheries and Wildlife
      • Forestry
      • Natural Resources