Credits required
20 Oregon State University is on a quarter-term system. There are four quarters each year and classes are 11 weeks long. This program's 20 quarter credits are equal to 13.33 semester credits.*
Cost per credit
$560 Based on current tuition rates. No additional charge for nonresident students. Does not include course materials and associated fees and expenses.
Delivery
Online You can complete all or nearly all requirements of this program online. View the curriculum.
Start terms
3 per year

Graduate Certificate in Forests and Climate Change – Online

Careers

Forests worldwide will be profoundly altered by climate change over the coming century, and the global workforce is in need of professionals who understand the relationship between forests and climate change in order to sustainably manage forest resources.

By earning your Graduate Certificate in Forests and Climate Change, you will be well positioned for a rewarding career that positively impacts the planet. Interest in the interaction between forests and climate change extends across public natural resources management agencies, the forest products industry and academia. The skills and knowledge you acquire in this program will help meet the demand in the job market.

Job market outlook

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The FCC certificate program is also a first step for students who want to pursue a Master of Natural Resources (MNR) online with Oregon State. Your FCC credits can be counted as an area of emphasis in the MNR program.

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