Ecology and Management of Natural Resources
Qualification: Bachelor of "Ecology and Management of Natural Resources"
Short description: The department addresses a broad spectrum of natural resource and environmental issues in a holistic approach to learning, discovery and engagement. Our vision of natural resources is that informed protection and management of natural resources involves an integration of biological, economic, and social considerations. Such an integrated and comprehensive approach to the education of future generations of natural resource managers and scientists is needed in order to sustain viable landscapes, facilitate strong communities, and produce desired goods, services, and functions from our natural resources.
Your future professional skills: Our educational mission for the undergraduate and graduate programs is to provide those learning experiences and opportunities that will ensure students can learn to function effectively in their chosen fields.
Career options: There are a wide variety of careers in Ecology and Management of Natural Resources, including:
- professional foresters and plant ecologists;
- wildlife and fisheries technicians and biologists;
- park managers and rangers;
- naturalists, environmental educators and outdoor recreation specialists;
- watershed scientists;
- water and landuse planners;
- environmental lawyers, policy-makers and conservation law enforcement officers.
Internship: Students pass industrial practices (internships) and educational practices in the field of ecological services, drilling, oil and gas enterprises, research institutes, as well as in laboratories and university departments.