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RFT-204 Forest Engineering

3.5 credits


This course focuses on developing the engineering knowledge and skills required for proficiency in resource road location and harvest block layout and design. Emphasis will be given to developing field and critical thinking skills required to support safe, ethical, economically viable, and environmentally sound engineering solutions. This course will focus on integrating engineering considerations such as terrain stability, surface materials, route selection, harvesting equipment capabilities, drainage structures, and road maintenance practices.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in CFW 108 or RFT 108; or equivalent.
  • C in RFT 111, RFT 112 and RFT 113; or equivalent.

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