Stephen F. Austin State University

Forestry

Bachelor of Science in Forestry (BSF)

Forest Management

Students in this program recognize forests as dynamic entities and are prepared to manage forests in an ecologically and economically sustainable manner.

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Wildlife Management

This major applies the art of habitat management and the science of biology to the management of wildlife populations.

Lead Faculty: Dr. Chris Comer

Wildlife Management Curriculum Guide

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Forestry Major - Forest Recreation Management concentration

Students are prepared to manage parks and recreational areas, communicate those areas' ecological and cultural uniqueness, and protect natural resources for future generations.

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Forestry Major - Urban Forestry concentration

Students are prepared to resolve issues in urban forest environments and equipped with techniques that enable them to establish, maintain and manage individual trees and forests found within those areas.

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Forestry Major - Fire Management concentration

Students are prepared to apply practices of prescribed burning and wildfire management in forest ecosystems.

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Forestry Major - Agroforestry concentration

This concentration combines forestry and agricultural management to create an integrated, diverse, productive and sustainable land-use system.

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Disclaimer

Current and prospective students should consult with their academic advisor before making decisions on which courses to take. These documents are intended to be a guide, but cannot replace conversations with an advisor.