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  • Program Learning Outcomes
  • Nu Program Learning Outcomes
    1 Students gain skills to acknowledge environmental and forestry problems and producing solutions suitable to global and social conditions
    2 Students know both abiotic and biotic elements of biodiversity and forest ecosystems and comprehend the relations between them
    3 Students have the knowledge and skills required for arrangement and management of sustainable resource management and forest resource planning
    4 Students have the skills and knowledge required for protection of forests, care and regeneration, establisment of new forests, and scheduled applications for improvement of nonproductive forest to productive forests
    5 Students gain the skills for planning and inspection, revealing sociocultural, socioeconomical and sociopolitical structure of forestry
    6 Students gain skills and knowledge for using information technologies, measurement and analysis devices and methods
    7 Students understand and apply national and international forestry policies, acts and trends
    8 Students have the skills for understanding and evaluatingthe sectoral structure of forestry in both national and international scale
    9 Students may compete national and international scale, develop and join shared projects related to environment and forestry
    10 Students gain skills for effective communication, analytic thinking, independent acting and working as a team.
    11 Students gain professional forestry understanding and ethical responsibility.
    12 Students may follow ecological, political, economical and social developments, and use these information for improvement of national forestry.
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