Today's forestry professionals strive to balance commodity production with environmental conservation. This is designed for students interested in focusing on complex environmental issues in the realm of natural resources management.
Forest business professionals need training in forestry and strong business skills to compete in the global forest products industry. This concentration is designed to allow students to gain a strong understanding in forestry plus minor in real estate, business information systems, economics, insurance, finance, business analytics, management, marketing, accounting, business administration, or entrepreneurship.
This is designed for students who intend to pursue professional careers in forest land and timber management in both the public and private sectors.
The use of wood as a material requires a fundamental understanding of wood properties, manufacturing processes, and the marketing and sales of wood products.
This concentration is designed for students who intend to pursue careers that emphasize wildlife management within the context of multiple-use management of forest land.
This concentration addresses an emerging need for the management of trees in our towns and cities, and the urban/wildland interface.
This concentration will provide students with a background in the science of natural resource management as well as a foundation in the legal, regulatory, and administrative environment in which this management occurs.
This concentration is specifically designed to provide students with the fundamental background to meet the rapidly growing need for professionals who can collect, manage, and manipulate complex geospatial and ancillary data used in natural resource management.
This concentration promotes learning and skill sets in resource conservation and science that will meet this objective.