Dec 03, 2022  
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin Archived

Forestry, Forest Wildlife Management, B.S.F.


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Forest management, forest wildlife management and general forestry. Individually tailored programs under this broad category include human dimensions in natural resources, urban forestry, fire management and agroforestry.

The Bachelor of Science in Forestry requires 130 semester credit hours of coursework, depending upon the major. Specifically, it requires completion of:

1. University Core Curriculum Requirements


A. Communication Component Area (6 hours):


B. Mathematics Component Area (3 hours):


C. Life and Physical Sciences (6 hours):


Three hours from:


Three hours from:


D. Language, Philosophy and Culture (3 hours):


E. Creative Arts (3 hours):


F. American History (6 hours):


G. Government/Political Science (6 hours):


H. Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 hours):


I. Component Area Option-Communication (6 hours):


2. Foundation of Knowledge


A minimum grade of “C” is required for each of the following courses:

Two hours from:


(Lab required)

Three hours from:


(Lab required)

Three hours from:


(Lab required)

Three hours from:


Six hours from:


(Labs required)

Three hours from:


Four hours from:


(Lab required)

Three hours from:


(Lab required)

3. Forestry Field Station (6 hours)


All students pursuing the B.S.F. are required to attend forestry field station. Students participate with faculty in an integrated sequence of six courses for a total of six semester credit hours. Students attend field station for six weeks during the summer between their sophomore and junior years. Students must have an overall GPA of 2.0 at the end of the fall semester prior to attending field station. The following courses are prerequisites for field station:

4. A major


designed to provide added expertise in a specialized field of forestry.

Forest wildlife management major: (35 hours)


For students especially interested in management of wildlife resources as part of the forest:

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