Learn More About Our 75 Years of Education and Research in Forestry and Wildlife Sciences woman working on a laptop Learn More About Auburn's Forestry major Careers: Degrees: Forester
Forest Engineer
Forest Manager
Forest Investor
Extension Professional
B.S. Professional Forestry
B.S. Forest Engineering
M.S., Ph.D.
Master of Natural Resources (MNR, Non-thesis)
Ph.D. Applied Economics
Our degrees prepare students for in-demand
careers focused on the sustainable management
and cultivation of diverse forest resources for the
benefit of society, industry and private land owners.

Forestry

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This degree prepares students for a variety of
exciting careers that rely upon global and
geospatial technologies to make informed
decisions that impact development, operations
and management.
Careers: Learn More About Auburn's Geospatial and Environmental Informatics major Degrees: GPS/GIS Field Technician
Data and Information Specialist
Geospatial Analyst
Ecosystem Modeler
Land Use and Resource Planner
B.S. Geospatial and
Environmental Informatics

Geospatial and
Environmental Informatics

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Students pursuing this degree develop an
interdisciplinary understanding of social, economic,
and ecosystem sciences that prepares them to
manage and solve critical issues impacting our
natural resources and society.
Careers: Learn More About Auburn's Natural Resource Management major and minors Degrees: Conservation Biologist
Environmental Consultant
Land Trust Manager
Natural Resource Educator
Recreation Director
Park Ranger
Eco-Tourism Operator
Watershed Scientist
B.S., M.S., and
Master of Natural Resources (Non-thesis)
Minors:
- Natural Resources Ecology
- Nature-based Recreation
- Urban Environmental Sciences
- Watershed Sciences

Natural Resources
Management

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Our graduates serve the emerging industries of
sustainable biomaterial energy production,
packaging, construction, and nanocellulose-based
product development.
Careers: Learn More About Auburn's Sustainable Biomaterials and Packaging major Degrees: Biomaterials Scientist
Packaging Manufacturer
Operations &
Logistics Manager
Product Developer
Research
B.S. Sustainable Biomaterials & Packaging

Sustainable Biomaterials
and Packaging

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Our degree programs prepare students for diverse
careers that impact the well-being and coexistence
of human and wildlife populations in the fields of
wildlife ecology, management, conservation
and veterinary medicine.
Careers: Learn More About Auburn's Wildlife Sciences majors Degrees: Wildlife Biologist
Conservation Officer
Game Warden
Extension Professional
Veterinarian
B.S. Wildlife Ecology & Management
B.S. Wildlife Enterprise Management
B.S. Wildlife Pre-vet
M.S., Ph.D. Wildlife Sciences

Wildlife Sciences

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Online Graduate
Programs

Online graduate programs provide a convenient
and affordable learning platform for working
professionals to effectively balance continuing
education and graduate-level studies with work,
family life, and other responsibilities.

Online graduate programs now offered:

- Forest Finance & Investment Certificate
- One-Health Certificate
- Restoration Ecology Certificate
- Master of Natural Resources Degree
Learn More About Auburn's Online Graduate Degrees and Certificates woman working on a laptop

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Forestry,
Wildlife,
and Natural Resources

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