Covering close to a third of the world's surface, forests provide ecosystem services that are critical to human society and to environmental sustainability.
Forestry encompasses the critically important management of natural forests and woodlands, plantations and agroforestry, through the practical application of scientific, economic and social principles.
The Master of Forestry at ANU reflects the diversity of perspectives needed for effective forest resource management. You will take courses that develop your knowledge in either the science and methods or policy and management aspects of forestry and sustainable forest management.
The Advanced program incorporates up to a year of research with mentoring by a Supervisor and the production of a thesis.
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