The degree of Master of Forestry (M.F.) will be granted on the following conditions:
The candidate must have completed:
- Requirements for the Bachelor's degree with a major in Forestry in the University of California or the equivalent of those requirements.
- At least one year of a graduate residence and a program approved by the Faculty of the College of Natural Resources, including at least 24 units of upper division and graduate courses, of which at least 12 units must be strictly graduate work in the major subject taken on a letter-grade basis.
- Only courses in which the grades of A, B, C, or S may be counted in satisfaction of requirements for the Master's Degree.
- The candidate must maintain an average of three grade points per unit in those courses and in all courses elected during the candidate’s residence as a graduate student at the University of California. "Satisfactory" grades will be disregarded for the purpose of counting the grade-point average.
The candidate must have passed a comprehensive final examination in the field of forestry.