The Bachelor of Science in Forestry at Washington State University is a comprehensive program that provides students with a deep understanding of the fundamentals of forestry, natural resource management, and conservation science. The duration of the program is four years and features courses covering topics such as ecology, forest biometrics, dendrology, and geospatial technologies. The program also offers hands-on experience through field trips as well as research projects giving students the opportunity to apply their knowledge to real-world problems related to forest management. Graduates from this program are well prepared for careers in state and federal agencies or private firms working on projects ranging from forest harvesting to wildlife preservation. They may also pursue further studies leading towards advanced degrees such as Master's or Doctoral programs in Forestry or other related fields like environmental science, allowing them to become experts within their chosen field while making meaningful contributions towards conserving natural resources for future generations.