B.S. in Forestry: Forest Management


Program Description

The Forestry curriculum provides the opportunity to study forest management, forest measurement technology, wildfire management and related ecological studies. In this program, students may choose one of two options: Forest Management or Wildland Fire Science. The degrees are similar but contain important differences. Refer to each degree plan for specific components required for each degree.

  • Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) (184 credits)

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Associate of Science degree in Forestry, students will:

  • Correctly identify trees and forest plants
  • Properly apply forest measurement tools and interpret forest inventory information
  • Demonstrate critical thinking in analyzing and responding to forestry resource issues
  • Ability to communicate Natural Resource issues to a wide variety of audiences