Forest Management

Join one of our two accredited programs in the Faculty where graduates are eligible to become Registered Professional Foresters (RPFs) and gain the essential skills to make real change in our forests. If you love the outdoors and are excited by the challenge of planning and managing our forest lands, taking into account multiple resource users, then the Forest Resources Management program may be for you.

Why choose Forest Management?

Learn how to integrate the management of a wide variety of natural resources, including range, recreation, timber, water and wildlife. Study the sciences upon which forest resources management is based, and through a choice of electives, emphasize biological, economic, social or quantitative aspects within the field. Upon graduation students from this program can apply to become Registered Professional Foresters (RPFs)

Dual Degree Option

Earn a Bachelor of Natural Resources in Forest Management and a Master of Management in 4.5 years with the Forestry Dual Degree program.

Land One Option

The Land One program is a great option for first-year students who want a smaller classroom experience. Learn about forest management and food security in a tight-knit cohort environment.

Co-op Option

Gain paid work experience related to your degree and acquire the experience necessary to launch your career with our Forestry Co-op Program.