When: February 14, 2023 at 9:30am (PST)
Master of Sustainable Forest Management
On February 14, our Master of Sustainable Forest Management (MSFM) team invites you to an exclusive online info session to learn more about how this industry-aligned program offers an opportunity to elevate your career. Learn about course curriculum, program details and how to submit a strong application for our next cohort.
MSFM is a 9-month master’s program that prepares students for careers as professional forest land managers in North America and overseas, emphasizing the foundations of land management, land information acquisition and analysis, site-level management and sustainable land management.
Dr. Ken Byrne
Dr. Byrne is a professional forester with a background in natural disturbance modelling and extensive practice working with practitioners to implement research – specifically in the fields of harvesting and silviculture system modelling, adapting to the impacts of climate change and leveraging technologies in the forest sector. He enjoys sharing these passions and embraces continuous improvement teaching for the benefit of students beginning their careers in forestry.
Dr. Harry Nelson
Dr. Nelson, MSFM program director and professor, is an expert in analyzing natural and environmental resource policy with an emphasis on forestry and in developing new policy options that can help enhance the long run sustainability of Canadian forests and the communities and businesses that rely upon them. Currently, he is investigating what role Ecosystem Services could provide as an alternative business model for Indigenous groups managing forest lands in BC.