Forestry education at Clemson began in 1903 in the department of botany and bacteriology. Today the Forest Resource Management curriculum resides in the School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences (SAFES) and provides a broad education in the arts and sciences with applied forest sciences and the necessary foundation for the scientific management of forest resources, products, and services. Clemson forestry students benefit from the Clemson Experimental Forest, which serves as a 17,500-acre living laboratory and provides unparalleled experiential learning and recreational opportunities for Clemson students and South Carolina citizens.
Forest Resource Management (BS)
A BS in forest resource management begins with the basics of trees and moves to a broad understanding of the science behind forest management and how it promotes and affects wildlife, soil, water, recreation and communities.
Forest Resource (MFR & MS)
The Master of Forest Resources (MFR) degree is a terminal, professional forestry degree for those interested in the professional practice of forestry. It includes course work, the completion of a project, and a final oral exam.
Forest Resource (PhD)
The PhD in Forest Resource Management is a research-based degree program that includes course work, the completion of a thesis or dissertation, a preliminary exam and a final or oral defense.
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- Undergraduate (2012-13 catalog, PDF)
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