Forestry is the science, art and practice of understanding and managing natural resources associated with, and derived from forest lands. A Master’s of Forestry degree is intended for students wishing to pursue professional careers in the management and policy of forest resources, across the span of urban to rural environments. It focuses on the complex relationships between science, management, and forest resources policy. Students will gain multiple disciplinary exposure in the biological and social sciences, and progressive integration and synthesis of knowledge in resource measurement, analysis management and policy. Forestry Master’s Degrees open doors to job opportunities in science, industry and environmental management. Careers in conservation and resource management are also common such as forest ranger, forestry science technician, procurement agent and urban forester.