A conservation-focused program
Do you love the outdoors? Are you passionate about science and technology? Are you interested in conservation and other environmental issues?
The natural resources specialization draws upon multiple STEM disciplines, such as forestry, agriculture, biology, geography, geology and environmental science. Students in this unique program use cutting edge surveying and mapping technology, such as global positioning systems, laser rangefinders and drones. They complete exciting internships and participate in real-world research projects.
And, most importantly, they graduate with a Bachelor of Science in geospatial science, plus the skills and experience they need to find a rewarding career.
Dedicated to your success
As a student in Forestry and Geopatial Science, you’ll work with caring, dedicated faculty members who truly love teaching. You’ll attend small classes where you can get to know your professors and your fellow Lumberjacks. You’ll have opportunities to join clubs and participate in research projects.
In other words, you’ll feel like you belong here, and you’ll have the resources and support you need to succeed.
Find a rewarding, high-growth career
Here are just a few potential career paths you can pursue with a degree in geospatial science:
- Environmental consulting
- Local government
- Parks and wildlife
Bachelor of Science in geospatial science, natural resources track
Students who choose the natural resources track will complete all core geospatial science course requirements, plus an accompanying minor such as forestry, environmental science, geography or geology.
Check out the geospatial science curriculum guide.
*See Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.