Fisheries and Wildlife BSFR(Wildlife Sciences)/Forest Resources MFR(non-thesis)

Career and Academic Opportunities

Graduates with degrees in Wildlife Sciences and Forestry will be prepared for careers in forest industry, consulting, non-governmental organizations, and government management/regulatory agencies. The proposed degree meets the criteria for Society of American Foresters (SAF) accreditation under the ‘Non-forestry undergraduate to general forestry emphasis’ path (Path 2) described in Warnell’s 2015 SAF Accreditation Self-Study. Graduates will meet the educational requirements necessary for certification as a Certified Forester and Certified Wildlife Biologist, and will be eligible to obtain state forester licensure.