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FOREST AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Academic Year 2019/2020

Category of degree: L-25

Coordinator Board of degree course: Paolo Porto
Tutors: Monica Bacchi, Donatella M.G. Di Gregorio, Demetrio A. Zema.


The 1st Cycle Degree Course (Bachelor Degree) in Environmental and Forest Sciences aims at educating professional people, providing them with a strong general knowledge, general theoretic, concrete basics, specialized competence and practical concepts. It enables them to tackle different issues related to the environmental and forest sector, and in particular the production, processing and management of forest, the farming and woodland resources, the land and environment protection within the symbiotic relationship between plants and environment.

It especially aims at providing young graduates with:

  • appropriate basics to let them use instruments of analysis in mathematics, physics, computer science, chemistry and biology; these are necessary in order to understand and interpret biological events and to protect forest, farming and woodland ecosystems;
  • knowledge and competence in the forest sector, especially concerning the following areas:
    • management and valorization of the territory and forest, farming and woodland resources and protected areas;
    • elaboration of projects and forest activities;
    • counseling and guidance to companies in this sector;
    • production, processing and marketing of forest products;
    • estimate of goods and services;
    • elaboration of projects concerning hydraulic and forest arrangement and intended to protect and keep the soil and territory from hydrogeological instability using soil bioengineering techniques;
    • management of fauna;
    • capacity to analyze and monitor mountain environment and forest ecosystems;
    • capacity to control and prevent environmental risks within natural parks, reserves and protected areas;
    • capacity to evaluate the environmental impact of projects and works pertaining to the forest sector;
    • knowledge of company administration within the forest sector, including economic, management and organizational aspects

There are a variety of employers looking for the skills that forest sciences graduates offer. Careers may be found with government agencies, academia, private businesses, consulting firms, and nonprofit organizations. Professional titles may include botanist, biologist, research scientist, entomologist, ecologist, or professor. Other jobs may be forest manager, conservationist, forest economist, biosecurity specialist, timber appraisal, policy analyst, wood processor, land manager, environmental consultant, and forest planner.


Curriculum: Ambiente e paesaggio agro-forestale


First year

COURSE ECTS SSD SEMESTER
ELEMENTS OF MATHEMATICS 6 MAT/05 First semester
CHEMISTRY 8 CHIM/03 First semester
BIOLOGIA VEGETALE 8 BIO/03 First semester
GENETICS 6 AGR/07 Second semester
Forest Botany 6 BIO/03 Second semester
Elements of Physics 6 FIS/01 Second semester
ENGLISH Second semester
- ENGLISH 3 Second semester
- ENGLISH 3 Second semester

Curriculum: Progettazione delle aree verdi


First year

COURSE ECTS SSD SEMESTER
ELEMENTS OF MATHEMATICS 6 MAT/05 First semester
BIOLOGIA VEGETALE 8 BIO/03 First semester
CHEMISTRY 8 CHIM/03 First semester
GENETICS 6 AGR/07 Second semester
Elements of Physics 6 FIS/01 Second semester
Forest Botany 6 BIO/03 Second semester
ENGLISH Second semester
- ENGLISH 3 Second semester
- ENGLISH 3 Second semester

Curriculum: Curriculum unico


UNICO


Second year

COURSE ECTS SSD SEMESTER
Forest Entomology 6 AGR/11 First semester
Mountain Agronomy and Zootechnics First semester
- Mountain Agronomy 6 AGR/02 First semester
- PRINCIPLES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION AND FEEDING IN MOUNTAIN 6 AGR/18 First semester
FORESTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY First semester
- ELEMENTS OF FORESTAL ECONOMICS 6 AGR/01 First semester
Forest Chemistry Second semester
- PLANT MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY 6 AGR/13 Second semester
- Chemistry of the Forest Floor 6 AGR/13 Second semester
PATOLOGIA VEGETALE FORESTALE 6 AGR/12 Second semester
FORESTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY Second semester
- FORESTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY 6 AGR/01 Second semester
- FORESTAL AND ENVIROMENTAL LAW 6 IUS/03 Second semester

UNICO


Third year

COURSE ECTS SSD SEMESTER
General Microbiology 6 AGR/16 First semester
Dendrometry and Principles of Forest Arrangement 6 AGR/05 First semester
FOREST ECOLOGY, SILVICULTURE AND MANAGEMENT OF PROTECTED AREAS First semester
- FOREST ECOLOGY AND GENERAL SILVICULTURE 6 AGR/05 First semester
- MANAGEMENT OF PROTECTED AREAS 3 AGR/05 First semester
Forest Appraisal 6 AGR/01 First semester
Logging Mechanization 6 AGR/09 First semester
CAD LABORATORY 3 First semester
MATERIE A SCELTA 12 First semester
APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING AND GUIDANCE 2 First semester
STAGE AND ESTERNAL TRAINING 2 First semester
FINAL TEST 4 First semester
FORESTRY BUILDINGS AND LANDSCAPE Second semester
- COSTRUZIONI FORESTALI E PAESAGGIO 6 AGR/10 Second semester
- LAND SURVEYING AND REPRESENTATION 6 AGR/10 Second semester
Hydraulics, Hydrology and Watershed Management Second semester
- Hydraulics and Forest Hydrology 6 AGR/08 Second semester
- Watershed Management and Torrent Control 6 AGR/08 Second semester
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