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Forest Conservation

Forest conservation programs combine traditional ecological and physical sciences with social sciences to address issues of forest conservation such as biodiversity conservation, ecological sustainability, protection of wildlife and other habitats, biofuels and biomaterials and economic sustainability.


Bachelor of Arts Programs

  • Forest Conservation (specialist, major and minor options)


Bachelor of Science Programs

  • Forest Conservation (specialist, major and minor options)
  • Forest Biomaterials (major and minor options)


First-Year Courses

  • The program does not offer any courses at the first-year level


Advice for First Year

Students who are interested in taking any of the Forest Conservation programs should take BIO 120H1 – Adaptation and Biodiversity plus other specified science or social science courses as indicated in the Calendar for specific programs. These courses are prerequisites for many other courses in the Faculty and are a requirement for the programs in Forest Conservation.


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