Feb 28, 2024
Forest Science students will take course work from a wide array of natural resource offerings. This will prepare the student to work in all phases of forest science from monitoring, managing, and protecting forest areas, harvesting timber, and producing primary and secondary wood products.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion, students will be able to:
- Apply knowledge of mathematics, and natural and management sciences to challenges related to timber management and forest operations in an efficient, safe, and environmentally and socially acceptable manner.
- Recognize environmental conditions, such as those involving soil, water, and aesthetics, that impact forest operations and to design procedures that minimize adverse environmental impacts.
- Design and conduct timber management tasks including silvicultural prescriptions, harvest scheduling, and timber appraisal, procurement and marketing.
- Communicate effectively in a professional setting and to function productively in multi-disciplinary teams.
- Demonstrate an understanding of how forest operations impact society in local, regional, and global contexts.
- Apply business skills and modern forestry tools necessary for professional practice.
The Associate of Applied Science degree program in Forest Science is designed to prepare students for employment as a forestry technician, lumber grader and other technical/supervisory positions within the forestry and timber industries.
An academic advisor will review your preparation in Mathematics and English with you. You’ll be guided to appropriate preliminary coursework to give you the greatest chance of success in this program.
For Further Information, Contact:
Dr. Chuks Ogbonnaya
Matthew Rose, Dean
Total Program Credits: 64/65
Notes and Additional Curriculum Options
Course substitutions may be available. Please see an advisor for more information.