£10,015 per year
The department offers two master of science degrees: a MS with a major in Forestry or a MS in Wildlife and Fisheries Science. The MS program in Forestry offers both a thesis and non-thesis option; a thesis is required for the MS in Wildlife and Fisheries Science. For admission, the student must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in forestry, wildlife, fisheries, or another natural resource area, or a professional degree in medicine (including veterinary medicine), or law.
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