What you'll work on
The Master of Forestry is a professional degree, so our coursework is designed to prepare you for a career in forestry. You’ll use and apply emerging technologies, such as remote sensing, geographic information systems, and statistical modeling. You’ll also explore how business principals factor into forest management situations. Our program is accredited by the Society of American Foresters (SAF), and students from SAF-accredited undergraduate programs may be able to complete their studies in a shorter period of time.
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Who you'll work with
Our faculty include certified foresters and specialists in silviculture, ecological processes, and environmental resource management.
Research Assistant Professor,
Master of Forestry Degree
"Get ready to hit the ground running!"
Graduating with strong field skills and a mastery of emerging technologies, problem-solving, leadership, and organizational abilities makes Master of Forestry graduates highly marketable to employers and ready from day one to be out in the field.
Where you'll work
The program boasts a strong field component, including a semester-long camp at Michigan Tech’s 5,500-acre Ford Center in the extensive hardwood and jack pine plain forests of the western Upper Peninsula. All students have ample opportunities for professional development through trainings, conferences, and exposure to public and private industries and the many different types of forestry.