I chose GSC for the Forestry Program.
- Dustin R., junior, Natural Resource Management

The associate degree programs have active advisory committees comprised of representatives from government, business, and industries that hire graduates. These advisory bodies ensure that classes are continually updated and help greatly with job placement for graduates. Graduates receive the associate degree upon completion of their programs in forestry or land surveying.

Graduates of the land surveying associate degree program receive a “surveyor intern” status as the curriculum is approved by the West Virginia Board of Examiners of Land Surveyors and the degree provides two of the six years required for licensure.