Graduates of the Urban Forestry program can work locally or internationally in many public and private organizations. Working with cross-disciplinary teams, graduates will learn skills to work in fields such as:

  • City and community forestry
  • Conservation
  • Landscape planning & green-space design
  • Recreation and park management
  • Tree care & management
  • Urban forestry consultancy
  • Urban development
  • Urban ecological assessment
  • Policy and governance
  • Science and education

Co-op Program

Urban Forestry students will get a chance to join the Co-op Program, where they can find job opportunities related to their degree. The co-op option will start from September 2016 and the first co-op work term will start in the summer of 2017. Learn more about the Co-op Program.