Forest Managers must understand natural resource systems and how to organize the management of forest resources for multiple uses and multiple values. The core curriculum in Forest Management is a broad-based education, including basic courses in mathematics, engineering, statistics, biology and ecology, the physical and social sciences, professional courses in forest biology and ecology and forest management.
The UCC Forest Management program prepares students for transfer to the Forestry bachelor’s degree program at Oregon State University (OSU). The curriculum is intended to meet the requirements for the first two years of coursework necessary for application to the professional program in the College of Forestry – Forest Management Option at OSU.
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The Forest Management curriculum is intended to meet the requirements for the first two years of coursework necessary for application to the professional program in the College of Forestry – Forest Management Option at OSU.
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