FOREST SCIENCE TOP
Notice
Last updated: February 12, 2019
Forest Science Seminar Notice
@ Thursday, February 28, 2019, 17:00-18:15, Faculty of Agriculture Building No. 1, Ground Floor, Lecture Room 7
Major in Forest Life Science/Major in Forest Environmental and Resource Science 2018 Senior Thesis Presentations
@Tuesday, February 19, 2019, Yayoi Auditorium Ichijo Hall
Completed events
Faculty of Agriculture 2019 Academic Career Guidance

@Monday, May 14, 2018, Building No. 13, Lecture Room 1313
Agricultural Science Fair 2019 (Academic Career Guidance by Field)
@Tuesday, May 15, 2018, KOMCEE West MM Hall
Major in Forest Life Science/Major in Forest Environmental and Resource Science, Faculty of Agriculture 2019 Academic Career Guidance for the 2019 Academic Year
@Monday, May 14, 2018, Building No. 12, Lecture Room 1232
Department of Forest Science, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences (masterfs and doctoral course) Student Application Guidance for the 2019 Academic Year
@Saturday, June 9, 2018, 14:00-16:00, Faculty of Agriculture Building No. 1, Ground Floor, Lecture Room 7
2018 University of Tokyo Forest Science Association Research Exchange Meeting
@Tuesday, June 19, 2018 13:00, Faculty of Agriculture Building No. 1, Lecture Room 8 (Oral Presentations) and Yayoi Auditorium Annex (Poster Presentations)
Department of Forest Science 2018 Masterfs Thesis Presentations
@ Thursday, January 31, 2019, Yayoi Auditorium Ichijo Hall
|An Invitation to Forest Science|

Forest science is an academic field in which, while focusing on the work carried out by forests, students learn techniques and knowledge concerning their use and regeneration and seek out desirable relationships between humans and woodland ecosystems. With its emphasis on field-based experience through practical training and surveys, a major feature of this field is that analysis is carried out from an interdisciplinary and multilateral perspective.

Students can learn forest science in their undergraduate studies in two major degree programs: Forest Life Science and Forest Environmental and Resource Science. In the former, students can learn about the various life phenomena associated with forestry management. In the latter, students can learn about relationships between forests and the environment, the function of forests as environments for human life, and the sustainable use of forest resources. Students wishing to continue their studies further can do so at the Graduate Schoolfs Department of Forest Science.

What is gForest Scienceh?
About Undergraduate Program
About Graduate Program
Department of Forest Science Pamphlet (2018 Edition) (in Japanese)

@Department of Forest Science, The University of Tokyo