There’s never been a greater demand for forest biomaterials professionals. How we make sustainable use of our shared environment is key to many of the grand challenges our planet faces. When you come to the College of Natural Resources, you’ll learn how to solve those challenges and build a successful career.
In fact, we do more than educate students, we graduate leaders. Each year, undergraduates choose to study in the Department of Forest Biomaterials because of our outstanding faculty and our ability to deliver a practical education that combines theory and classroom instruction with hands-on experiences and real-world research.
Our degree programs focus on the interdisciplinary nature of solving complex challenges. Our graduates enter the workforce or graduate school with a shared passion for the environment and an understanding of the interplay between science, people and business when it comes to the wise use of our planet’s resources.
Think you’ve found the right place for you? We’d love to have you with us.
* Please note that our Paper Science and Engineering program is co-administered with the College of Engineering. On the admissions application, you will choose “Engineering First Year: Paper Science Intent” or “Engineering First Year: Paper Science Eng / Chemical Eng Dual Intent”.
How to Apply
Ready to make NC State your academic home? Find important dates and applications procedures on the Undergraduate Admissions page for high school students.
Transferring colleges within NC State? Find important dates and Change of Degree Application (CODA) information from the Student Services Center.