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NAU’s School of Forestry offers a nationally accredited Bachelor of Science in Forestry degree. The school also has two master’s programs, a doctoral program, and both undergraduate and graduate certificates.
The School of Forestry is perfectly located to give students pursuing forestry degrees an exceptional learning environment. With five life zones within fifty miles of campus and six climate zones in the state. The NAU School of Forestry has the Centennial Forest learning lab, which provides many learning and research opportunities for students.
Northern Arizona University School of Forestry is known for its cutting-edge research.
Flagstaff is surrounded by the Coconino National Forest, part of the largest ponderosa pine forest in the world and home to a landscape that includes mountains, canyons, streams, lakes, and the famous red rocks of Sedona.