In addition to special degree requirements listed previously, students selecting the BS Forestry degree must complete the following required courses or their equivalent, if transferred from another college or university. Transference and equivalency will be determined by the University, College of Forestry and Conservation, and Forestry program. Electives may be taken at any time, keeping in mind these requirements as well as the University's General Education requirements for graduation.

Undergraduate Degrees Available

Subject Type Option Track
Forestry Bachelor of Science Forest Operations
Forestry Bachelor of Science Forest Resources Mgmt



  • Edwin Burke, Professor of Wood Science & Technology; Chair, Department of Forest Management
  • LLoyd Paul Queen, Professor of Remote Sensing; Director, National Center for Landscape Fire Analysis

Associate Professor

  • David Affleck, Associate Professor of Forest Biometrics; Director of the Inland Northwest Growth & Yield Cooperative
  • Solomon Dobrowski, Associate Professor of Forest Landscape Ecology
  • Beth Dodson, Associate Professor of Integrated Natural Resource; Program Director, Forestry Major
  • John Goodburn, Associate Professor of Silviculture
  • Christopher R. Keyes, Associate Research Professor of Silviculture
  • Peter Kolb, Associate Professor of Forest Ecology & Management
  • Carl Seielstad, Associate Research Professor; Fire/Fuels Program Manager, National Center for Landscape Fire Analysis

Assistant Professor

  • Kelsey Jencso, Assistant Professor, Watershed Hydrologist
  • Andrew Larson, Assistant Professor of Forest Ecology
  • Alexander L. Metcalf, Research Assistant Professor; Assistant Director, Bolle Center for People and Forests


  • James Riddering, Adjunct Research Assistant Professor; Remote Sensing Program Manager, National Center for Landscape Fire Analysis