If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, then take a closer look at what we have to offer:
- Undergraduate baccalaureate degree programs: Forest Science, Wildlife and Fisheries Science, Wood Products (each with minors and options)
- Undergraduate associate degree programs (Forest Technology at Penn State Mont Alto; Wildlife Technology at Penn State DuBois)
- Student to faculty ratio: 10:1
- Undergraduate scholarships: $130,000 per year
- 80 percent or more of our students employed professionally or in graduate school one to two years after graduation
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