Master of Science (MSc) in Forest and Nature Management
Forest and nature areas have many important functions. They protect biological diversity, provide pure drinking water, produce wood and provide the setting for outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing and recreation. Forests are important for the well-being of the entire earth - animals, plants, humans, the climate and the environment all depend on them.
The programme is offered in English.
"This programme has made me proficient in three interrelated scientific fields which are essential if you want to manage our natural resources: Ecology, economics and social studies
Jakob Svendsen-Tune, Msc student, Forest and Nature Management
As a graduate from the MSc programme in Forest and Nature Management, you will be involved in finding a sustainable balance between ecology, economy and society.
You will have completed a modern and international management programme which enables you to develop the world’s forests and natural areas in a sustainable manner.
Excursions and field trips are important elements in the programme and give you the chance to learn about real problems and their solutions.
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