Our graduate students work closely with leading experts in their field and conduct research in Maine’s North Woods, in state-of-the-art laboratories, or at a number of locations around the world. Nearly all of our graduate students are financially supported with graduate assistantships and paid tuition. The School of Forest Resources offers the several graduate degrees.
Students may choose from a wide range of specialties, including:
- Forestry ecology & management
- Tree biology and physiology
- Nature-based recreation & tourism
- Natural resources economics & policy
- Forest operations science & engineering
- Forest-based bioproducts and wood science & technology