A MAJOR CHANGE INT.HE PRODUCTS CURRICULUM IS PROPOSED

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1997
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Manwiller, Floyd
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It has been a long-standing philosophy of the Department of Forestry that all graduates earning a BS degree be qualified Forest Resource Managers. In keeping with this philosophy, students in the Forest Products option take many of the Resource Management courses, and to meet their interest in wood utilization, take the six products courses. This curriculum has prepared our graduates well for production positions in industry and the vast majority do take industrial positions in wood utilization rather than in Resource Management.

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