Forest Operations is designed as a professional forestry degree that blends elements of forest engineering and forest management with business management and entrepreneurship. This unique degree will prepare graduates to support the needs of an evolving forest sector in Oregon and globally. As they gain experience, graduates will have options to serve as project managers for logging or silvicultural contracting service firms, as consultants, or as company or agency contract administrators that supervise a growing contracting work force.
The UCC Forest Operations program prepares students for transfer to the Forestry bachelor’s degree program at Oregon State University (OSU). The curriculum is intended to meet the requirements for the first two years of coursework necessary for application to the professional program in the College of Forestry – Forest Operations Management Option at OSU.
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The Forest Management curriculum is intended to meet the requirements for the first two years of coursework necessary for application to the professional program in the College of Forestry – Forest Operations Management Option at OSU.
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