Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources

Discover the Faculty of Forestry’s array of majors within the Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources. Immerse yourself in hands-on learning experiences, including field schools, lab work, and co-op opportunities geared towards enhancing your understanding of the environment. Acquire practical knowledge and skills to address our most pressing natural resource challenges. With a spectrum of programs, students can explore their passions and align their education with specific career objectives. While majors are typically chosen at the end of the first year, some may have unique pre-requisites, so connect with an advisor for insights before finalizing your course selection.

Major in Bioeconomy Sciences and Technology

Bioeconomy Sciences and Technology

Equips students with expertise in cutting-edge technologies and manufacturing for environmentally sustainable products using renewable resources.

Major in Conservation


Explores conservation, planning, and managing renewable resources, understanding ecosystems’ function, structure, and considering political, legal, and socioeconomic contexts.

Major in Forest Management

Forest Management

Provides a working knowledge of the characteristics of forest resources and the ways in which they can be managed to yield a socially desirable mix of goods and services.

Major in Forest Operations

Forest Operations

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.

Major in Forest Sciences

Forest Sciences

Study the scientific principles of forestry and ecology with the unique opportunity to specialize in an aspect of forest science of your choosing.

Major in Wood Products

Wood Products

Empowers students with expertise in sustainable and innovative techniques for designing, developing, and manufacturing high-quality wood products.