The Forest Management Technology curriculum is designed to help students acquire technical knowledge, understanding, and abilities in developing, conserving, and utilizing forest resources.
Students develop knowledge and skills in the principles and practices of forest resource management. Students will spend much of their time in field training situations where emphasis is placed on the practical application of this knowledge and skill.
Graduates should be qualified for entry into positions as forest technicians with federal, state, and private forestry enterprises. Graduates will have competence in forest protection, forest management, and forest procurement and in performing various technical tasks related to forestry.
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS CERTIFICATE
(A Certificate offered through the Forestry Management Technology program)
Semester Hours Required for Forest Management Technology A.A.S. Degree: 69-75