Master of Forestry (MF)
Master of Science in Forest Resources (MS)
Doctor of Philosophy in Forest Resources (Ph.D.)
MS and Ph.D. Concentrations
Under the Forest Resources graduate program, students may choose one of the five officially approved graduate concentrations:
- Forest Ecosystem Science
- Forest Policy and Economics
- Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
- Bioproducts Engineering
- Parks, Recreation and Tourism
In order to qualify for graduate concentrations, the students must pass at least four (4) courses from the list corresponding to each concentration as provided in Appendix A. One of the four required courses for all concentrations is SFR-521 Research methods. Other requirements for the graduate concentrations are determined on a case-by-case basis by the Graduate Advisory Committee of the graduate student and will be outlined in the student’s Program of Study. These may include specific courses, research topic, or advisory committee composition requirements. The concentration will appear on students formal transcripts. The graduate concentrations are optional; a general Forest Resources degree is also offered.
For a list of elective courses for each SFR Graduate Concentration, please click here.