Advisor: Stephen Saupe

Students who intend to pursue professional studies in forestry may choose one of two options:

  1. They may complete a bachelor's degree in biology, chemistry, mathematics, economics or a related area and apply to graduate programs for an advanced degree in forestry; 
  2. They may complete two years of pre-professional requirements at Saint Benedict's and Saint John's and transfer to a professional school in order to obtain a bachelor's degree in forestry. Students choosing this option are advised to consult with the faculty advisor early in the fall semester of their first year of study, since prerequisites vary among professional programs in forestry.