Natural Resource Management and Sustainability BSFR(Community Forestry and Arboriculture)/Natural Resources MNR(non-thesis)

Career and Academic Opportunities

Graduates with the proposed Double Dawg pathway, Natural Resources Management and Sustainability (Community Forestry & Arboriculture) and Masters of Natural Resources (MNR), will be prepared for a wide range of career opportunities with private/commercial firms, municipalities, the utility sector, and non-governmental organizations, among others. Graduates may work as municipal foresters; community planners, designers and consultants; commercial forest health care providers; and tree, forest, and environmental advocates for interest groups and non-governmental organizations. Graduates are eligible to become certified arborists through the International Society of Arboriculture.