Position in a workplace:
The Master’s graduates in Forestry and Environmental Systems has the function of:
- analyze critically the conditions of forestry and environmental systems,
- prepare the studies and methodologies to improve and preserve environmental quality,
- plan the sustainable development of rural areas,
- management natural biodiversity,
- repare the studies and methodologies for rural land planning.
- management and design forestry systems
- certify the quality and correct management of forest and environmental systems.
The professional skills for Master’s graduate in Forestry and Environmental Systems are those specified for professional register:
- survey, classification, analysis, restoration and preservation of biotic and abiotic components (soil, water, etc.,) of natural ecosystems,
- planning and countryside managements
- analysis, monitoring and certification processes and environmental forestry systems for the improvement of human life,
- land ecological planning for forestry and mountain territory.
Master’s Graduates in Forestry and Environmental Systems can carry out their professional activities in both the public and private sectors. His areas of expertise are planning and management and their environmental impact assessment of:
- forest activities and reforestation,
- improvement and ecological reconstruction of degraded lands,
- the prevention and fight against fires,
- installations for the production and transformation of the wood
- survey, analysis, restoration and conservation of natural components of the rural and forest areas,
- Access to professional register.