The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences offers graduate degree programs in a variety of natural resources disciplines at both the masters and PhD levels. Our faculty conduct world-class research at the highest level, and we have not only a variety of outdoor learning experiences for our students, but a variety of scholarships and fellowships to support your study. The Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Building was constructed in 2005 and features modern facilities for learning and faculty research. Field research and education are also important in the School. The 5,300 acre Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center is an outstanding school forest that provides an exceptional summer field experience for our students and other education and outreach opportunities during the remainder of the year. Additionally, there are over 4,000 acres managed as research and demonstration forests that provide a variety of forested ecosystems for our faculty needs.