The Faculty of Forestry offers a graduate degree program leading to the Master of Forest Conservation (MFC). It is an intensive, professionally oriented 16-month
course-based program with a strong focus on field and laboratory
practical training, Canadian and international field courses, practical internships, and individual and group research. The MFC program provides a strong, coherent professional education in forest conservation to students from diverse educational backgrounds.
The Faculty considers applicants from a variety of undergraduate backgrounds including forestry; applied science and engineering; and social, physical, and biological sciences.
Forest Conservation - MFC