Course summary

In addition to being the lungs of the Earth, forests must be effectively managed to balance the need for wood production, biodiversity conservation, water quality protection, carbon storage and many other issues.

The Master of Forest Science and Management gives you the opportunity to gain expertise for an industry that is key to the economic success of many countries, but which has numerous challenges associated with climate change, the commoditisation of forest products and land management. 

You will study subjects aimed at problem solving and innovation for resource management, with a focus on the environmental science impacts of forestry. Strategic planning and management of forests and forest resources are both features of this course.

You will also have the opportunity to focus your research on a topic that you are passionate about, with the expert guidance of researchers who are world leaders in the field. 

Graduates will have career opportunities in a range of fields related to plantation and natural forest management in Australia and around the world.

 

 Two forestry students measure trees in a forest at Amplemousse Park, Wollongbar
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2F/4P

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DurationLocationSession

2F/4P

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