The Faculty of Forestry offers a graduate degree program leading to the Master of Science in Forestry (MScF) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
The MScF and PhD
programs are research/thesis-based degrees in areas of specialization
relevant to faculty expertise and funding including, but not limited to,
forest conservation biology and wildlife ecology, forest biosphere
science, invasive species and threats to forest health, environmental
sustainability of managed forests, fire and ecosystem management, forest
conservation planning, sustainable development and economics, political
ecology and governance of forests, social and cultural ecology of
forest ecosystems, urban forestry and forest biomaterials science and
The Faculty considers applicants from a variety of undergraduate
backgrounds including forestry; applied science and engineering; and
social, physical, and biological sciences.
Forestry - MScF, PhD