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The School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science at Michigan Technological University is offering the Forestry and Environmental Resource Management (FERMTM) program as an innovative, hands-on opportunity in undergraduate applied ecology and forestry education.

This residency-type, forestry enterprise program provides valuable experience as multi-level teams of students plan, implement, and oversee actual conservation-oriented management on portions of the School's 5,500 acre forest.

In this one-of-a-kind program students gain real-world experience as they learn and realize the lasting impacts that their investments of time and energy have for themselves, the School, the community, and the lands.

To participate in FERM, you will need to register for one of the course numbers listed below and will need to have, at a minimum, 3 hours of field time per credit hour per week in a normal 14 week semester. i.e. If you sign up for 2 credits of FERM you will need a minimum of 6 hours of field time per week.

FERM Course Numbers:

  • FW3376 - 2 credits.
  • FW3377 - 3 credits.
  • FW3378 - 4 credits; Instructor Permission Required.
  • FW5376 - 1 credit; Graduate Level, greater effort and time commitment required.
  • FW5377 - 2 credits; Graduate Level, greater effort and time commitment required.
  • ENT2950, Section L25 - 1 credit; Enterprise Minor.
  • ENT2960, Section L25 - 1 credit; Enterprise Minor.
  • ENT3950, Section L25 - 1 credit; Enterprise Minor.
  • ENT3960, Section L25 - 1 credit; Enterprise Minor.
  • ENT4900, Section L25 - 2 credits; Enterprise Minor.
  • ENT4910, Section L25 - 2 credits; Enterprise Minor.
  • ENT4950, Section L25 - 2 credits; Enterprise Minor.
  • ENT4960, Section L25 - 2 credits; Enterprise Minor.