£1,204 per year
The department of Forestry and Natural Resources offers programs of bachelor and master degrees. The undergraduate program is comprised of three fields: Forest biology and ecology, Forest and natural resources management, and Forest products. All courses are currently taught in Mandarin with some of them in English texts.
The undergraduate program requires four years of study and a minimum of 128 semester credits. The objective of the first year curriculum is to develop understanding of fundamental scientific principles, which serve as a sound basis for the synthesis of knowledge leading to rational problem-solving. From the second year on, the curriculum covers a wide range of approaches and skills in forestry and natural resources related topics. Options of concentration are provided: resources survey and information analysis, resources management, resources utilization, ecosystem management, resources conservation, and livelihood related utilization. Students must complete residence and courses requirements to receive a Bachelor’s degree in Bio-resources.
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