College of Forestry

"To provide educational programs that will produce graduates with an understanding of the social, economic and political dimensions of forestry and related sciences."

     The College of Forestry started as a small department of then Mountain State Agricultural College (MSAC) which offered a ladderized two year Forest Ranger Certificate Course (FRCC) in 1974. In 1976, a Bachelor of Science in Forestry program was opened. In 1984, the department catapulted into an institute. In 1985, it opened a graduate program in forestry with silviculture and watershed management as major fields. In 1986, MSAC was transformed into a University, thus elevating its Forestry Institute into a College status.

For more Information:
The Dean
College of Forestry
La Trinidad, Benguet
2601 Philippines
Telefax: 63.74.422.5305