Data to model wildland fire emissions. Uncovering hidden waste footprints at old mining sites. Surveying, identifying, harvesting, and conserving forests in managed and natural landscapes. The School offers two field-based professional programs that build on our expertise, resources, and reputation—the Master of Forestry and Master of Geographic Information Science. Both programs allow students of any major to transform a bachelor's degrees in any field into a career in the city, the wilderness, or anywhere in between through a 30-credit course-work-only program.
No need for a forestry background. Take your bachelor's degree into the field to get you where you want to be: outdoors, doing work that sustains both a fulfilling career and the environment.
Map, analyze, and present geospatial data, rural landscapes to megacities. Expand on your bachelor's degree (any field) with project-based advanced learning. Enter the workforce with a skill set that can take you anywhere.
Accelerated Master of Forestry and accelerated Master of Geographic Information Science options are available to Michigan Tech students pursuing eligible undergraduate majors.