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Bachelor Programs in Forest Sciences in North America 2021/2022

Forest sciences is a natural resources concentration that provides key knowledge regarding the impact of woodland ecosystems on the greater environment. Studying forest sciences may lead to important discoveries in the field of pathology, ecology and hydrology.

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Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, USA

Our program helps you become well qualified to address the impacts that management decisions and practices have on all resources, including timber, wildlife, range, water, rec ... +

Our program helps you become well qualified to address the impacts that management decisions and practices have on all resources, including timber, wildlife, range, water, recreation, and scenic beauty. -
BSc
Full-time
4 years
English
Campus
 
Paul Smith's College
Paul Smiths, USA

Bachelors Degree in Forestry - Built on a longstanding Adirondack tradition, forestry education at Paul Smith’s College equips students with a foundation of technical, field-b ... +

Bachelors Degree in Forestry - Built on a longstanding Adirondack tradition, forestry education at Paul Smith’s College equips students with a foundation of technical, field-based and applied education that combines theory and practice. -
BSc
Full-time
English
Campus
 
Autonomous University of Chapingo (Universidad Autónoma Chapingo (UACha))
Texcoco, Mexico

The industrialization of timber and non-timber forest raw material, to transform it into final consumer products, is the pinnacle of the forest production process. Its importa ... +

The industrialization of timber and non-timber forest raw material, to transform it into final consumer products, is the pinnacle of the forest production process. Its importance in the national economy is increasing due to the generation of jobs and foreign exchange, thanks to the growing demand for the wide variety of products it offers: from sleepers, poles, structures for houses, floors, furniture, doors, sporting goods, etc., to the production of boards, paper, and cardboard for various uses. The development of a solid and prosperous forest industry is essential for forest resources to fulfill their function, for the benefit of man and society. Therefore, it is very important to promote its modernization and technological updating for higher productivity and competitiveness rates. -
Bachelor
Spanish (Mexican)
Campus
 

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Maritime College Of Forest Technology
Fredericton, Canada

All students attending the Maritime College of Forest Technology are enrolled in the two-year Forest Technology Diploma program. The program focuses on developing a student’s ... +

All students attending the Maritime College of Forest Technology are enrolled in the two-year Forest Technology Diploma program. The program focuses on developing a student’s proficiency in the use of various tools and technologies used in gathering data across forested environments, as well as developing knowledge of forestry dynamics, wildlife habitat, management, and current issues. As a forest technician, you will be doing fieldwork in ever-changing forested stands, and applying the skills you’ve learned to research, manage, and natural resource conservation tasks. Upon successful completion of the Forest Technology program, students receive a diploma in Forest Technology. Unlike traditional high schools and universities, students enrolling at MCFT all receive the same class schedule each semester. -
Bachelor
English (Canada)
Campus
 
Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Auburn, USA

Our forestry program provides students with the knowledge to sustain and manage the diverse forest resources that make up local and regional landscapes. In addition, students ... +

Our forestry program provides students with the knowledge to sustain and manage the diverse forest resources that make up local and regional landscapes. In addition, students choose in one of ten emphasis areas their senior year: forest biology, land management, forest operations, forest products, urban forestry, business, wildlife management, spatial analysis, policy, and a scholar’s option. -
Bachelor
English
 
Mississippi State University College of Forest Resources
Mississippi State, USA

This is designed for students who intend to pursue professional careers in forest land and timber management in both the public and private sectors. Students may select from a ... +

This is designed for students who intend to pursue professional careers in forest land and timber management in both the public and private sectors. Students may select from a wide range of electives to meet specific career objectives; for example, emphasizing in such areas as business, communications, and geographical information systems in forestry and related sciences. -
Bachelor
English
 
Antonio Narro Autonomous Agricultural University
Saltillo, Mexico

The forestry professional graduated from the UAAAN Forest Engineer Teaching Program, is trained to develop forestry and sustainable forest management, produce forest species p ... +

The forestry professional graduated from the UAAAN Forest Engineer Teaching Program, is trained to develop forestry and sustainable forest management, produce forest species plants, establish and manage forest plantations, produce and market forest products, use and manage fire, maintain the health of forest ecosystems, manage wildlife, produce in agroforestry systems, manage natural protected areas, restore forest ecosystems and know the forest legislation and regulations. -
Bachelor
Spanish (Mexican)
Campus
 
Salish Kootenai College
Pablo, USA

Completing the Bachelor of Science degree will prepare the student to enter graduate school and provides the student with the credentials to seek employment as a professional ... +

Completing the Bachelor of Science degree will prepare the student to enter graduate school and provides the student with the credentials to seek employment as a professional forester. -
BSc
English
Campus
 
University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Madison, USA

Forest ecosystems cover one-third of the world’s land area and nearly half of Wisconsin. They provide a range of benefits to society, including wood and fiber, wildlife habita ... +

Forest ecosystems cover one-third of the world’s land area and nearly half of Wisconsin. They provide a range of benefits to society, including wood and fiber, wildlife habitat, biological diversity, clean water, carbon storage, recreation, beauty, and cultural values. -
BSc
English
Campus
 
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, USA

Trees and forested ecosystems are a critical part of our earth, our economy and our way of life, from reducing carbon pollution and purifying groundwater to providing timber f ... +

Trees and forested ecosystems are a critical part of our earth, our economy and our way of life, from reducing carbon pollution and purifying groundwater to providing timber for buildings and pulp for paper products. Forest Management is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) major that prepares graduates to sustainably manage our natural forest ecosystems and forest plantations. -
Bachelor
English
 
Mississippi State University College of Forest Resources
Mississippi State, USA

The use of wood as a material requires a fundamental understanding of wood properties, manufacturing processes, and the marketing and sales of wood products.

The use of wood as a material requires a fundamental understanding of wood properties, manufacturing processes, and the marketing and sales of wood products. -
Bachelor
English