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  • Forestry
  • Pulp & Paper Technology
  • Wood Science & Technology

Forestry Studies - Forestry

Introduction

The objective of the forestry course is to produce graduates who are professionally trained to assess, plan and manage forest resources as well as the implementation of various activities in the forestry sector. The graduates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills together with the use of current technology to efficiently manage forest resources based on the principles of sustainable forest management. Forestry science courses train students in the general knowledge, management principles and environmental concerns related to forest communities.

 

Study Subjects

  • Ecology
  • Forest Management
  • Biology and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technology
  • Botany
  • Urban forestry
  • Forest insects & disease
  • Land surveying
  • Silviculture
  • Forest Vegetation
  • Renewable wood products

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates of forestry science degree programs often work as professional foresters in a variety of public and private organizations and industries. Some may also be employed in research positions for government or university initiatives.

Students can go for jobs in fields such as forest management, forest conservation, plantation management, urban forest silviculture, environmental education, forest certification, wood utilization, wildlife management, research and development, project management, business development, education and more.

Forestry Studies - Pulp & Paper Technology

Introduction

Paper technology is a discipline related to the paper industry. Today, paper is used not only as a means of documentation and communication, but also as an indispensable material for various aspects of industry, agriculture and construction. As a result, this course is also involved in three other areas, namely bioresource science and technology, pulp and paper technology and coating technology. Students in this faculty not only learn the technology of paper manufacturing, but also participate in research on paper improvement, expansion of raw materials, etc. to improve the quality of paper and reduce the dependence on wood in the paper industry.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this department cover wood and composite engineering, furniture manufacturing, lignocellulosic chemical processes, paper bleaching techniques, paper chemistry, paper properties, paper assays, paper recycling techniques, rheology, and polymer chemistry.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can work in the wood and paper industries as product developers, production workers, engineers, quality managers or marketers. In addition, they can also work in a variety of other fields (e.g. furniture, environmental protection, agriculture and industry).

Forestry Studies - Wood Science & Technology

Introduction

Wood Technology is a course that trains professionals for the wood industry. Students in this course not only learn about wood, but also about the technological aspects of the wood industry, such as the use of high-tech machinery or special processes to measure Wood Quality, distinguish Wood Types, Wood Chemical Components, and the use of special techniques to measure the quality of wood. This course is designed to develop higher quality wood products by recycling wood fiber processing. In addition, it is necessary to acquire knowledge on import/export, transportation, and management of the timber industry, which is beneficial to the national economy.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this faculty cover paper technology, non-wood forest products, forest products marketing, wood anatomy, wood and fiber physics, wood and fiber chemistry, furniture manufacturing, paper manufacturing processes, wood fiber recycling technology, pollution in the wood industry, wood industry economics, design and research in wood engineering, wood industry law, wood industry management, quality management in wood manufacturing.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the government sector (e.g. Forest Research Institute, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, etc.) as wood application officers, researchers, public relations officers for timber companies, etc. The It is also possible to work in the private sector (e.g. in the wood products, timber, furniture or paper industries) as a consultant, researcher, product manager, quality control manager, marketing manager, machine operator or logging manager.

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  • Forestry
  • Pulp & Paper Technology
  • Wood Science & Technology

Forestry Studies - Forestry

Introduction

The objective of the forestry course is to produce graduates who are professionally trained to assess, plan and manage forest resources as well as the implementation of various activities in the forestry sector. The graduates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills together with the use of current technology to efficiently manage forest resources based on the principles of sustainable forest management. Forestry science courses train students in the general knowledge, management principles and environmental concerns related to forest communities.

 

Study Subjects

  • Ecology
  • Forest Management
  • Biology and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technology
  • Botany
  • Urban forestry
  • Forest insects & disease
  • Land surveying
  • Silviculture
  • Forest Vegetation
  • Renewable wood products

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates of forestry science degree programs often work as professional foresters in a variety of public and private organizations and industries. Some may also be employed in research positions for government or university initiatives.

Students can go for jobs in fields such as forest management, forest conservation, plantation management, urban forest silviculture, environmental education, forest certification, wood utilization, wildlife management, research and development, project management, business development, education and more.

Forestry Studies - Pulp & Paper Technology

Introduction

Paper technology is a discipline related to the paper industry. Today, paper is used not only as a means of documentation and communication, but also as an indispensable material for various aspects of industry, agriculture and construction. As a result, this course is also involved in three other areas, namely bioresource science and technology, pulp and paper technology and coating technology. Students in this faculty not only learn the technology of paper manufacturing, but also participate in research on paper improvement, expansion of raw materials, etc. to improve the quality of paper and reduce the dependence on wood in the paper industry.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this department cover wood and composite engineering, furniture manufacturing, lignocellulosic chemical processes, paper bleaching techniques, paper chemistry, paper properties, paper assays, paper recycling techniques, rheology, and polymer chemistry.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can work in the wood and paper industries as product developers, production workers, engineers, quality managers or marketers. In addition, they can also work in a variety of other fields (e.g. furniture, environmental protection, agriculture and industry).

Forestry Studies - Wood Science & Technology

Introduction

Wood Technology is a course that trains professionals for the wood industry. Students in this course not only learn about wood, but also about the technological aspects of the wood industry, such as the use of high-tech machinery or special processes to measure Wood Quality, distinguish Wood Types, Wood Chemical Components, and the use of special techniques to measure the quality of wood. This course is designed to develop higher quality wood products by recycling wood fiber processing. In addition, it is necessary to acquire knowledge on import/export, transportation, and management of the timber industry, which is beneficial to the national economy.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this faculty cover paper technology, non-wood forest products, forest products marketing, wood anatomy, wood and fiber physics, wood and fiber chemistry, furniture manufacturing, paper manufacturing processes, wood fiber recycling technology, pollution in the wood industry, wood industry economics, design and research in wood engineering, wood industry law, wood industry management, quality management in wood manufacturing.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the government sector (e.g. Forest Research Institute, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, etc.) as wood application officers, researchers, public relations officers for timber companies, etc. The It is also possible to work in the private sector (e.g. in the wood products, timber, furniture or paper industries) as a consultant, researcher, product manager, quality control manager, marketing manager, machine operator or logging manager.

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