The B.Sc. in Forest Bioeconomy Sciences and Technology (BEST) is an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare students for careers in the non-traditional forestry sector. The program provides students with a solid foundation in science and technology for innovative design and development of renewable materials and energy and sustainable land use strategies. Statistical methods, project management, communication skills, and approaches to public participation for bioeconomy planning and development are taught.
The curriculum leads to a Bachelor of Science in Forest Bioeconomy Sciences and Technology with the option to obtain a Minor in Commerce. The program consists of 95 core course credits, 9 restricted elective course credits, and 18 free non-restricted elective credits.