£10,747 per year
Master of Science in Forest and Natural Resource Sciences students can choose to pursue a thesis (Plan A) or a non-thesis (Plan B) option. Graduate study can be conducted in a variety of topic areas including plant physiology, genetics, forest management, forest soils, economics, invasive species, natural resource policy, wood utilization, wildlife biology and management, conservation biology, forest ecology, silviculture, hydrology, natural resource policy, restoration ecology (including mine reclamation), and watershed management.
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