Warnell is a leader in silviculture and forest biometrics. Our faculty and graduate students use new and emerging technology to develop new ways of measuring and assessing our forests, leading to innovations in management practices, pest management, and disaster mitigation.
Graduate Degrees in Forestry
Forestry can be pursued under the MFR, MS, and PhD degree programs. To pursue Forestry as an official Area of Emphasis (MFR only), the following courses are required:
For general questions about pursuing a graduate degree at Warnell, contact a member of the graduate team:
Kate deDufour, Graduate Program Administrator
Shira Hersonsky, Graduate Administrative Assistant
Prospective students should also contact faculty members for questions specific to this disciplinary area. Please check faculty members’ personal pages for information about their individual research interests and projects to ensure that you are contacting the most relevant ones.