Make the world a better place

students and prof in lab

Do you want to help find solutions for the world’s most pressing environmental issues? The world has never needed environmental leaders more than it does right now. You can be one of those leaders.

Do you want a well-paying career that allows you to travel and to make a difference in this world? Your journey begins here.

At the University of New Brunswick Fredericton’s Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, you can gain the knowledge and skills you need to help solve some of society’s most important problems.

Learn how to help conserve forests and wildlife, protect water, adapt to climate change, and control pollution.

Our undergraduate and graduate programs, ranked among the best in North America, build the scientific understanding, management skills, ethics, and passion you need to become a successful caretaker of our natural resources.

Earn a dual Canadian and European Master's degree in just two years! You will study modern sustainable forestry and environmental management approaches. You will gain multicultural perspectives on environmental, economic, and social issues. Check it out. 

When you graduate, you will have a wide variety of career choices, with plenty of opportunities to earn a great salary—right out of school.

In our small classes, you get individualized attention from top-notch professors. You’ll also have a designated faculty advisor to help you plan your courses and set your career goals.

Learning opportunities include hands-on studies in outdoor labs, field trips, and a six-day fall field camp. You will also use the latest technologies, especially in the areas of simulation, ecological modeling, wildlife management, forest engineering, geographic information systems (GIS) and global positioning systems (GPS).

fourthyear forestry students performing tree inventory in city of FrederictonUrban Forest Management Plan being developed by UNB 4th year Forestry Students in partnership with City of Fredericton, Parks and Trees

over a 2 year period.  To learn more about it, click here.