Undergraduate students who graduate from the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources receive a Bachelor of Science in Forestry and Natural Resources (BSFNR) degree. The BSFNR degree program consists of two parts: Pre-professional Curriculum and Professional Curriculum.
The curriculum offers opportunities for students to study abroad on one of our many international programs including Antarctica, Australia, Belize, Fiji, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Some of the courses offered in the major include: Tourism & Sustainable Development, Outdoor Recreation & Environmental Awareness, Wilderness Management, Parks & Ecotourism Management, and Natural Resources Recreation.
Taken during the freshman and sophomore years, the pre-professional core provides students with a two-year foundation in the biological, physical, social sciences, and the humanties. This core may be taken at UGA or another institution.
Taken during the junior and senior years in the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources where students participate in field-oriented courses and laboratories. The Professional Program consists of two years of forestry and natural resources courses.