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  1. Wildlife Management

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The main objectives of the programme - to prepare high qualification Master level specialists of Wildlife population and game management with theoretical knowledge of animal biology and ecology, population management, rational use of their recourses and protection under human altered permanently dynamic environment, use modern methods and technologies applied in practice, able to perform independent studies, creatively apply reasonable methods, evaluate their results and significance. First partial objective: improve competences about wildlife gained during bachelor level studies, to know current theories, technologies and methods of wildlife and it's recourses management. Creatively apply this knowledge, substantively developing scientific ideas, solving complex problems of environment. Second partial objective: create competences of selected group of subjects; improve specialized professional knowledge and abilities necessary for master level. Third partial competence: formulate other competences not associated with main studies that would enlarge weltanschauung and general erudition. Learning outcomes: 1. Recognize new theories, methods and technologies about wildlife studies and peculiarities of their application; 2. Improve the knowledge about animal ecology, ethology, theriology, ornithology, ichtiology, cynology, biotechnology and technology, apply it describing content of wildlife recourses and dynamics; 3. Select appropriate wildlife study and result, summarize method ...

    Provider NameAleksandras Stulginskis University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. Forest economy

    Future forestry specialists study applied mathematics, statistics, general chemistry, a foreign language, information technologies, business economy, management, environmental protection, plant anatomy and morphology, fundamentals of law, soil science, fundamentals of husbandry, plant systematics, etc. Practical studies are conducted in five stages: cognitive, afforestation, forest measurement, formation of plantations, preparation of wood of cutting areas and other practice in a training forest enterprise. During the final practice, acquired theoretical and practical knowledge is consolidated in a future work place — forest companies and private forest owners’ cooperatives. The duration of practical studies is 26 weeks. During these studies, forest planting, growing, protection skills, etc., are consolidated and improved. The forestry study programme is aimed at people who have finished secondary education and seek to be forest engineers. ...

    Provider NameKaunas College of Forestry and Environmental Engineering

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Forestry

    Objectives of a study programme: The aim of the study Programme is to prepare the bachelors of forestry sciences who have the essential theoretical knowledge, are capable of critical thinking and are equipped with the latest knowledge of the sustainable and multi-purpose forest growing, protection and use; administration, management and planning of forestry; are capable of applying this knowledge (following the principles of the sustainable silviculture) in the specialised forest management and in improving the quality of human life under the constantly changing environmental conditions. First partial aim: - to develop students‘ human values, critical thinking, active citizenship, communication freedom, and responsibility in choosing values, i.e. to develop socially active persons for the Lithuanian economy, science and culture; Second partial aim: to develop the system of knowledge and abilities in the field of forest ecosystems; forest growing, use and protection; forest management and planning; and evaluation of modern forest growing technologies based on the latest forest science achievements and providing for the adaptation and organisation of the sustainable forestry. Third partial aim: to develop special competences in deepening the knowledge and developing the abilities in one of the branches of the forestry studies: forest growing, urban and recreational forestry, wildlife population and game management, forest resource accounting and design, and wood science. Learning outcomes: To apply the knowledg ...

    Provider NameAleksandras Stulginskis University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. Recreational Forestry

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of Recreational Forestry study programme is to prepare multidimensional specialists who would be able to solve the problems of decorative plantations’ quality improvement and landscape preservation, to independently and competently organise business of decorative gardening, able to integrate and apply latest scientific knowledge, experience of Lithuania and other countries in their professional activity Learning outcomes: Graduates of the programme will be able: 1. To identify and analyze new problems as well as critically evaluate all problems of recreational green areas in the country and to plan solving strategies; 2. To creatively apply contemporary assortment of decorative plants for various purposes and different categories of greeneries; 3. To create new and to reconstruct old greeneries; 4. To make decisions independently and take responsibility for them while methodically managing designing, reconstruction, renovation and maintenance works of greenery for recreational and other purposes in Lithuania and abroad; 5. To propagate all applicable plant species and varieties to greeneries using modern European vegetative propagation methods and to organize progressive nursery and plantation farm plantings necessary for green areas of various purposes; 6. To follow international conventions of the EU, declarations, charters and the directives of the Republic of Lithuania in organizing recreational green areas development, their formation and protection; 7. To appl ...

    Provider NameSiauliai University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. Forestry

    Objectives of a study programme: The aim of the study Programme is to equip the masters of forestry science with the fundamentals of methodological and systematic thinking, the knowledge of contemporary forestry technologies and forestry science theories and methods. It is expected that upon the completion of the study programme the graduates will be able to creatively apply the acquired knowledge in forestry requiring analytical abilities, identification of challenges and creation of forestry concepts, strategies and programmes complying with the current needs; solve the problems of multi-purpose and sustainable forestry, critically evaluate the theoretical and practical innovations, formulate scientific ideas and justify the conclusions; adequately present the conclusions to the decision makers; understand the consequences and take the responsibility for own decisions; pursue the research and innovation-based professional activity and doctoral (PhD) studies. Learning outcomes: Know the latest theories, methods and technologies in the field of the Forest Science research, and the peculiarities of their application in considering sustainable forestry problems and pursuing/implementing scientific research and innovations; Identify challenges in the forestry sector and apply relevant scientific research tools justifying the decisions; Analyse, integrate and evaluate research data necessary for studies, scientific and professional activity and implementation of innovations by applying the appropriate science res ...

    Provider NameAleksandras Stulginskis University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. Wood science and commerce (business)

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The objective of the study Programme is to equip the bachelors in forestry with theoretical knowledge, methods and technologies, and tending of forest ecosystems, sylviculture, wood science and wood business. The students shall be capable of analysing and solving problems of the sustainable forestry, wood industry and bioenergy. The students shall be able to assess quality of the roundwood and wood products, manage forest holdings in the context of changing environment. The first partial aim is directed towards the training of active, creative, able to critically think citizen of a democratic society, capable of accepting values that are later perceived essential as the personal maturity, professional initiative, and career development. The second partial aim is to equip the students with the fundamental knowledge of biomedicine, physics and technologies needed for the adaptive forestry, to develop their ability to put into practice their knowledge, to solve typical, complicated and unpredicted problems in forestry, wood industry, and trade in a changing natural and economic environment. The third partial aim is to provide professional knowledge on forest, wood technologies, and trade, to develop entrepreneurship and management skills, needed to manage enterprises in forest sector. Learning outcomes: Shall know the common methods in mathematics, physics, and chemistry applicable in forestry, wood technologies and trade problem solving. Shall know forest plants, their biology, ...

    Provider NameAleksandras Stulginskis University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  7. Urban and Recreational Forestry

    Objective(s) of a study programme: Objective of a study programme is to train urban and recreational forestry masters with the methodological foundations of systems thinking, able to integrate modern scientific theories on assessment of complex situations, for original research methods in support of innovative solutions, strategic insights specialized in urban and rural areas in the forest, green areas, woody vegetation maintenance application at public interest activities, improving the quality of life at changing environmental conditions, responsible conveying professional insights to decision makers and the public, ready for research and innovation grounded professional activities and doctoral studies. Learning outcomes: 1. The graduate will be able to substantiate the management role, principles and technologies of forest, green area, woody vegetation maintenance and improve people's quality of life in a changing environment. 2. The graduate will be able to apply modern knowledge of management and social science by combining needs of woody plant communities and the public interest. 3. The graduate will be able to solve a complex problem situation in accordance of the latest scientific knowledge in forestry research; will develop innovative solutions, developing new and managing existing forests, lawns and green spaces in urban and rural districts. 4. The graduate will be able to formulate hypotheses, analyse and synthesize research information needed for urban and recreational forestry studies, profession ...

    Provider NameAleksandras Stulginskis University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. Urban and Recreational Forestry

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The main objective of the study programme is to educate Bachelors of Forestry equipped with extensive theoretical knowledge, trained to think critically and creatively, skilled in planning, developing and administering urban forest and forest recreation areas. The first partial objective - to inculcate in students humanity views, communication skills, responsibility sense, need for social activity. Second partial objective - to learn the students to understand forest problems, forest purposes and forest use in the context of ecological meaning and ecological importance of forests, to see the forest as an cultural attraction as well, to become aware of different approaches to the forest in rural and urban areas due to specific programmes for multiple use and users, suitable forestry institutions and specific strategies for collaboration with the urban and rural stake holders. Learning outcomes: 1. Possession of mathematical, meteorological and chemical methods for better understanding of forest ecosystem. 2. Comprehensive and integrated understanding of urban ecosystem, its components and functions, including the role of forest and green areas. 3. Comprehensive and integrated skills in management of urban forest and green areas for the purposes of public recreation under environmentally sound conditions. 4. Skills in planning scientific and/or technological research projects and in interpretation of the research results based on statistical analysis and other applied research m ...

    Provider NameAleksandras Stulginskis University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania