Associate of Science leading to further study in Forest Resources
The educational preparation for professionals in forest resources is necessarily diversified and demanding. The quality of our physical environment and, ultimately, the quality of human life, rests to a great extent in the hands of forest resources personnel. The graduate in forest resources must be capable of making sound natural resources policy decisions which contribute heavily to social and economic well-being.
The curriculum prepares students to transfer to the University of Georgia as juniors. Although courses satisfactorily completed in meeting the core curriculum at Abraham Baldwin are accepted in transfer to the University of Georgia, completion of the prescribed pre-forest resources curriculum is required for admission to the professional program of the School of Forest Resources at the University of Georgia. If the student plans to transfer to a senior college other than the University of Georgia, he/she should inform the faculty advisor of such intentions. Students completing this curriculum will receive the Associate of Science degree.