The Forest & Natural Resource Management major offers Bachelors of Science degree with a specialization and minor in Urban & Community Forestry. To learn more about undergraduate opportunities, visit the Department of Forest Resources.
Urban forestry courses:
Arboriculture: Selection and Maintenance of Trees - FRNM 3501, 3-credits, Spring semester
Urban Forest Management: Managing Greenspaces for People - FRNM 4501/5501, 3-credits, Spring semester
The Natural Resources Science and Management program offers two graduate degree options: 1) Master of Science, 2) Doctor of Philosophy. Depending on your interests and needs, your graduate program can be highly specialized or have a broad focus. Curriculum is interdisciplinary and often includes courses from across the University.
Visit the NRSM graduate site for more information regarding the program, scholarships, research, faculty and degree requirements.