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M.S. Forestry

M.S. Forestry


Master's degree in Forestry

Choose the M.S. in Forestry if you are interested in studying topics like forest ecology, biometrics, ecological modeling, forest management and operations, restoration, or watershed management. As with all three of our master's degrees, you must be accepted to study with a faculty advisor before you can be admitted to our graduate programs. That faculty member will help you choose a plan of study to get the degree that fits you.

College of Forestry and Conservation graduate student

Jena Ferrarese earned an M.S. in Forestry for her work on crown structures of three Interior Northwest Conifer species. She used terrestrial laser scanning to predict the spatial distribution of biomass with tree crowns.

College of Forestry and Conservation Forestry graduate student

Molly Barth is from San Francisco and came to UM with a bachelor's degree in forest resources. She's studying changes in forest spatial structure in Sierra Nevada mixed-conifer forests since the onset of fire suppression.

Lubrecht forest for graduate work

Many forestry graduate students conduct research at Lubrecht Experimental Forest, just 30 minutes from campus. Students are studying water hydrology, fire, and forest ecology, including work on long-term fire and fire surrogate study plots.