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The Loret Miller Ruppe Program in Forestry

If you’re interested in pursuing an advanced degree in forestry, and you have a passion for helping and serving others, look no further than Michigan Tech’s Peace Corps Master’s International program in Forestry. It’s a truly original educational experience, combining focused study, international service, research in Michigan Tech’s state-of-the-art labs, and an intensive Fall Camp in our own 5,500-acre research forest.

Study Locally, Learn Globally

Peace Corps is the largest international employer of forestry and natural resource specialists. No matter what your preferred area of research, our program is customizable to you. Choose from one of three degree tracks—a Master of Geographic Information Science (MGIS), a Master of Forestry (MF) or a Master of Science (MS) in Forestry, Applied Ecology, or Forest Ecology and Management—and gain your foundational education. Then, receive your Peace Corps placement and travel abroad, using your knowledge to serve the people and meet the needs of your host country.

Course Work and Prerequisites