Forestry Graduate Programs
Graduate students in forestry study the science of forest ecosystems for the purposes of managing public and private forest land. Forestry graduate degree programs examine the interplay of the biological, physical, economic, political and societal influences affecting the preservation and evolution of forest habitats. Forestry graduate students may also study topics relevant to recreation and sustainability as well as innovations in the science and technology used to manage forests. Students interested in earning a graduate degree in forestry may pursue a number of degrees including, Master of Forestry, Master of Science in Forest Resources, or a Ph.D. in Forest Resources. This prepares them for careers in research and/or land preservation, which might take them into an office, laboratory, or outdoor working environment, and in some cases a combination of these.
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