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College of Forestry & Conservation

The College of Forestry and Conservation offers Bachelor's of Science, master's and PhD degrees to educate the next generation of wildlife biologists, forest rangers, ecologists, park rangers, and more. Work with internationally renowned faculty in the classroom, lab, and outside. You will learn to apply science to complex issues such as global climate change, wildland fire, water availability, human interaction with nature, wildlife conservation, and forest resiliency.


International Sustainabilty FellowsLearn more about this exciting opportunity for you to study abroad and become an international conservation leader. Information session: Tues. Oct. 14, 1:10-2 p.m. in CHCB Rm. 452

This fall all students at the University of Montana, under the age of 21 are required to complete AlcoholEdu in addition to the University’s Personal Empowerment through Self-Awareness tutorial (PETSA). Those students who have already completed PETSA are not required to take it again.