The Faculty of Forestry enables students to choose from 6 majors within the Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources, each providing a well-rounded education in unique fields of Natural Resource studies. With immersive learning experiences, from field schools and lab work, to co-op opportunities, students gain practical knowledge and skills that are critical for solving our most pressing natural resource challenges. With a diverse range of programs to choose from, students can explore their interests and find the best program fit for their career goals.
Equips students with expertise in cutting-edge technologies and manufacturing techniques, to create environmentally sustainable and innovative products utilizing renewable natural resources.
Involves the interdisciplinary study of conservation, planning and management of renewable natural resources, providing a thorough understanding of function, process and structure of natural ecosystems, and an appreciation for political, legal and socioeconomic contexts which affect design and outcomes of conservation strategies.
Provides broad coverage of the biological, physical and social sciences upon which forest resource management is based, with additional emphasis on the operational aspects of forestry.
Study the scientific principles of forestry and ecology with the unique opportunity to specialize in an aspect of forest science of your choosing.