A Directory of Canadian Universities and Colleges Offering Post-Secondary Education in Forestry and Forest Products Technology
Department of Renewable Resources - The Department is home to the BSc programs in Environmental and Conservation Sciences, and Forestry as well as the Land Resources (Soil Science) major within the Agriculture program. Students taking Forestry may major in either Forest Management or Forest Resources.
Alberta School of Forest Science and Management - The School of Forest Science & Management highlights, guides and enhances the University of Albertas commitment to education and research in the area of Forest Science & Management, by building and supporting effective local, provincial, national and international partnerships.
Enhanced Forest Management Group at the University of Alberta provides opportunities for collaborative research in the development and testing of innovative forestry practices which link genetics, silviculture, protection, growth and yield, and management for enhancing wood production and other values (including watershed,
Faculty of Forestry - UBCs forest education is keeping pace with changing social values and an increasingly knowledge-based forest sector. Todays students not only learn about topics like the biology of trees, innovative wood products and forest engineering, they are taught about ecological and cultural issues related to the forest.
Choose one of the following Departments for more information: Forest and Conservation Sciences, Wood Science, Wood Science, Forest Resources Management, UBC Pulp and Paper Centre, UBC-Wood Science Department, and Centre for Advanced Wood Processing
School of Environment and Sustainability undertakes research to advance capacity building, collaboration and organizational effectiveness, dialogue, environmental protection, pollution mitigation, and resource stewardship.
School of Resource and Environmental Management is part of the Faculty of Applied Sciences at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby. It now has a core of full-time faculty who contribute fully to the tradition of research excellence and provide an integrated program of graduate instruction in resource and environmental management.
Environmental Science - This programme provides a broad education with specialization in one of six areas of emphasis: Biology, Chemistry, Environmetrics, Physical Geography, Pollutant Transport, and Quantitative Techniques for Resource Management.
Thompson River University Our Forestry Transfer program of study for professional accreditation by the Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals (ABCFP).
University of Northern British Columbia: The Ecosystem Science and Management Program with a major in Natural Resources Management: Forest Ecology and Management(BSc). The forestry program at UNBC provides students with a thorough understanding of the science, philosophy, and practice of managing forested ecosystems.
Restoration of Natural Systems - is an accredited program created to disseminate information about the emerging field of environmental restoration and to provide practical background knowledge, training, and skill development for those working in areas related to the restoration of natural systems.
Forestry Department - We recognize forests for all their economic, social and environmental values. Through classroom lectures and discussion, hands-on laboratories, and outdoor activities and field trips our programs provide a balanced overview of forestry. Options: 2-Year Forest Resources Technology Diploma, Post Diploma Bridging Year to University Degrees, and Upgrading Program for Diploma Program Entry.
Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources - Students have the opportunity to enroll in one of seven undergraduate degree programs in the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources. Co-operative Education Option is available to facilitate professional development in several of the degree programs.
Engineering: As the only accredited program of its kind in Canada, forest
engineering enjoys both a national and international reputation.
Forestry: UNB has been a leader in educating managers of the forest landscape. We pioneered computer applications in forestry and we are at the forefront of areas like simulation modeling, ecological management, the application of Geographic Information Systems, and wildlife management.
Environment and Natural Resources: UNB has been a leader in educating managers of the forest landscape. We pioneered computer applications in forestry and we are at the forefront of areas like simulation modeling, ecological management, the application of Geographic Information Systems, and wildlife management.
Graduate Programs: Masters and Doctoral Programs
Faculty of Natural Resource Management is committed to producing high-quality graduates and scientists through student-centred learning and research, to enhancing the management of Canada's forested ecosystems, and to advancing forest science through scientific research to meet the need of society.
Faculty of Forestry is a unified body of interdisciplinary, diverse, dedicated and innovative natural, engineering and social scientists. We are on the leading edge of research in forest conservation science, forest ecosystem management, forest governance and policy, biomass utilization for sustainable bio-based materials and chemical products.
Department of Environment and Resource Studies offers programs which focus on sustainability and the ethics of solving environmental and resource problems, using techniques and ideas from many disciplines - ecology, environmental governance, energy, water, waste management, media, and environmental assessment.
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Le Centre d'étude de la forêt (CEF) est un nouveau regroupement universitaire unique au Québec puisqu'il réunit l'expertise scientifique québécoise oeuvrant en forêt. Ceci favorise une vision d'ensemble qui fait le lien entre la compréhension du rôle fonctionnel des organismes et des processus dynamiques dans les écosystèmes forestiers et la conception d'alternatives innovatrices en matière de gestion des forêts (stratégies d'aménagement et pratiques sylvicoles).