Viterbo, Via San Camillo de Lellis snc (Campus Agraria)
for Innovation in Biological, Agro-food and Forest systems
non-selective entry test
be in possession of a high school diploma or equivalent certification; have studied scientific disciplines (mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology) is recommended
Admission procedure: non-selective entry test.
The objectives of the BSc in Forestry and Environmental Sciences (SFA) are to equip graduates with knowledge in the fundamentals of forestry practice and the ability to address a broad range of problems in a rapidly changing forest sector. To this end, the course is committed to educate graduates who have:
• an ability to analyse and monitor forest ecosystems and landscapes;
• a firm base in the fundamentals of sustainable management of forest and agro-silvo-pastoral resources, and related ecosystem services;
• an ability to use field-based data collection, data analysis techniques and modern Geographic Information Systems and design software tools to support the design or planning of interventions;
• multidisciplinary knowledge, skills, abilities to work effectively as members of teams, composed of individuals from different disciplines and different professional cultures in the forestry and environmental sector
Graduates can work in public organizations responsible for forest management and monitoring, as well as in companies operating in the forestry chain and in trade and use of the forest wood. The SFA graduate can access, after passing the state exam, the Professional Register of Agronomists and Foresters – section B – Agronomist and Forestry sector.
First-level graduates can continue their education in MSc degree programmes, in particular those of the LM 73 class and related classes, or in first level university masters.
Prof. Paolo De Angelis email@example.com (Course Coordinator)
Department course secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org