Sustainability. Responsible Management. Natural Environment.
Students have the choice of completing a Bachelor of Science in Forestry, a Bachelor of Science in Forest Sciences or a Bachelor of Urban Forestry. Whether their interests lie in the responsible management of our forests, sustaining their biological diversity, or learning about how plans are made to enrich our urban with green spaces, they will gain the knowledge to help shape the future of our planet.
For more information on the Forest Resources Management Program and the exciting ways you can elevate your degree, visit our Undergraduate programs.
The Future of Our Planet.
A graduate degree prepares students to become the thought leaders of tomorrow. They receive a broad and comprehensive education from some of the world’s top forestry experts that allows them to delve deeper into helping to solve the major issues of our time that affect our natural world.
For more information, visit the UBC Forestry Graduate programs listing.
Co-op is an exciting opportunity for undergraduate students to gain paid work experience related to their degree and acquire the experience necessary to launch their careers. Learn how to participate by visiting UBC’s Forestry Co-op Program webpage.
Graduates can look forward to fulfilling careers in roles including: forest operations, forest engineering, fire management, and much more.