Engineered Wood Resources for Students
As you explore potential career paths, don’t overlook the wood products industry. Opportunities are available for people with varying levels of experience and knowledge. Innovations in manufacturing, new product research and development, scientific study of forest resource management, and vigorous examination of building science make this a dynamic industry. Colleges and universities in the U.S. and Canada work closely with industry and offer courses and programs that prepare students for challenging careers. Links to these schools follow.
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A variety of wood science and technology programs are available in North America. A partial list of colleges and universities that provide programs related to forestry, science, technology and business practices for wood products follows. Click on the links below to go to the related websites.
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Schools in the United States
- Auburn Engineering
- Auburn School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
- Iowa State University
- Mississippi State University
- North Carolina State University
- Oregon State University
- University of Idaho
- University of Maine
- University of Wisconsin, Madison
- Washington State University
- West Virginia University
Schools in Canada
- Conestoga College
- University of British Columbia, UBC Forestry
- University of Northern British Columbia
- University of New Brunswick
- University of Toronto
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