Urban Forestry Career Studies Certificate
The Urban Forestry Career Studies Certificate is intended to provide a distinct segment of the forestry industry with skilled workers. This certificate will provide the student with skill sets requisite for employment in the field that attends to the growth, management, care and conservation of vegetation in the public and private urban settings.
- Urban Forestry
Students are required to complete work-based experiences and volunteer experiences.
The Forest Management Department will assist with placement; however, the student is ultimately responsible for locating and retaining the position as a volunteer or paid employee.
Students must achieve an overall 2.0 GPA ("C" average) in the 29 credit hours of required curriculum courses to be awarded a Career Studies Certificate in Urban Forestry.