Graduate students interested in forestry can study a diversity of topics related to faculty expertise, including but not limited to: applied forest ecology, forest adaptation to climate change, forest carbon and bioenergy, forest ecosystem health, invasive species, remote sensing of forest landscapes, silviculture, and sustainable forest management.
MS in Natural Resources
The Rubenstein School offers a Master of Science Degree in Natural Resources with an optional concentration in Forest Science.
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PhD in Natural Resources
The Rubenstein School offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Natural Resources. PhD students can choose to conduct research in forestry and work with faculty in the Forestry Program.
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