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Graduate Programs (Majors, Minors, and Certificates)
Expand your understanding of climate change impacts on forest ecosystems with an online certificate in Forests and Climate Change. If you are a working forestry professional this online certificate is a great way to expand your academic credentials in an area of increasing critical importance.
The Sustainable Natural Resources graduate certificate is an 18-credit interdisciplinary program offered online through OSU Extended Campus. Students have a choice among 12 courses designed to build personal and organizational capacity to examine the many aspects of natural resource problems—environmental, economic, and social—in the search for innovative solutions.
Urban forestry involves the planning, planting, and management of trees and related vegetation in and around cities. The urban forest is made up of the mosaic of the planted landscape and native forest remnants left behind as cities have developed.
Urban forestry is an academic discipline that is related to Forestry, Horticulture, Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture, and Land Use...