The School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science offers Master of Science degrees in Forestry, Forest Ecology and Management, Applied Ecology, and Forest Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology; Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Forest Science and Forest Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology; and the professional Master of Forestry degree. In addition, students may enter the Loret Miller Ruppe Peace Corps Master's International Program in Forestry, or the Transatlantic Master’s Degree in Forest Resources, combining graduate education in forestry with international experience.
Graduate School at a Glance
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From the Director
Andrew J. Storer
PhD, Forest Entomology
Forest insect ecology
Insect/fungas/plant interactions in forest ecosystems
Impacts of exotic species on forest ecosystems
Fire/insects/disease interactions in forests
Urban forest health
We invite you to explore your options for pursuing a graduate degree with the School. We have some of the top programs in the country in the fields of forestry, ecology, wildlife, and biotechnology.
Our faculty members have diverse research interests, and identifying those in the School who share your interests is a great starting point for your graduate-school career. Navigate our website for faculty contact information and valuable information about ongoing research, published research, and opportunities for graduate assistantships.
If you have any questions about graduate study in our School, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.