£3,899 per semester
The Forest Ecosystems and Society graduate program develops interdisciplinary thinkers, highly capable scientists, and natural resource leaders who are prepared to solve complex problems wherever they exist on the socioecological spectrum. Students earn their Master of Forestry (MF), Master of Science (MS) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees as they build the skills and knowledge they’ll need for fascinating careers in research, teaching, management, policy, outreach, and more.
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