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If you're interested in forestry, you can take  your first two years of course work at MSU and complete your studies at accredited schools of forestry. If at the end of two years you do not secure admission to an accredited school of forestry, most of the credits earned may be applied toward a degree at MSU. The program may be modified to meet entrance requirements at any institution offering a forestry program.

Program Requirements

The first step is admission to Morehead State University, see MSU admission requirements.
For course lists and program requirements, please refer to the undergraduate catalog.

Career Opportunities

Those who earn degrees in forestry go on to build careers in conservation science, forest management, fire management and more.

MSU's Career Services offers career planning, interview and resume preparation assistance, internship placement, and services to help you find a job after you graduate.