Degree in Forest and Natural Environment Engineering

General

Program Description

Resume

FIRST COURSE

First quarter

Second term

1. Statistics and Informatics

2. Graphic expression

3. Mathematics (annual)

4. Fundamentals of Chemistry and Biochemistry (annual)

5. Physics (annual)

6. Anatomy and physiology applied to forest engineering (annual)

1. Sciences of the physical environment

2. Zoology and forest fauna

3. Mathematics (annual)

4. Fundamentals of Chemistry and Biochemistry (annual)

5. Physics (annual)

6. Anatomy and physiology applied to forest engineering (annual)

SECOND COURSE

First quarter

Second term

1. Forest Ecology

2. Forest Hydraulics

3. Dasometry and Inventory

4. Forest botany. Dendrology (annual)

5. Infrastructure and Forest Machinery (annual)

6. Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing (annual)

1. Economy and Business

2. Forestry

3. Topography

4. Forest botany. Dendrology (annual)

5. Infrastructure and Forest Machinery (annual)

6. Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing (annual)

THIRD COURSE

First quarter

Second term

1. Forest Legislation and Certification

2. Hydrology and Forest Hydrological Restoration

3. Forest Exploitation

4. Hunting and Fish Resources

5. Repopulations. Forest Improvement and Forest Nurseries (annual)

1. Forest Diseases and Pests

2. Pasciculture and Agroforestry Systems

3. Prevention and Fight against Forest Fires

4. Repopulations. Forest Improvement and Forest Nurseries (annual)

5. Optional

FOURTH GRADE

First quarter

Second semester

1. Evaluation and Correction of the Environmental Impact. Restoration of Degraded Areas

2. Forest Management

3. Gardening and Landscaping

4. Projects

5. Territorial Planning and Planning

1. Final Degree Project

2. Optional

OPTIONAL

1. Integrated Pest Control

2. Silvopastoral Planning of Mediterranean Farms

3. Soil Erosion and Conservation

4. Forest Assessment

5. Planning and Design of Green Areas. Ornamental Plants

6. Forest Plantations and Crops. Derivative Products

7. Expansion of Inventory and Management

8. Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Facilities

9. Building Materials and Structural Theory

10. Analysis of Environmental Quality Parameters

11. Statistical Methods Applied to Forest Engineering

12. Mathematical Models Applied to Forest Engineering

13. Forest Entomology

14. Mediterranean Forestry

15. Engineering Applied to Wildlife Conservation

16. Hunting Management Projects

17. Fluvial and Torrential Hydraulics

18. Applied Aquaculture Engineering

19.Geobotany Forest

Professional outings

The Graduate in Forestry and Natural Environment Engineering is a qualified professional and prepared to develop sustainable management and ecosystem planning in order to ensure the conservation and if necessary, the restoration of these ecosystems, as well as to ensure the exploitation of forest resources in a way that respects the environment, responding to the new demands of society. Among others, the main professional opportunities are:

  • Forest harvesting companies and forest industries
  • Engineering and natural environment consulting
  • Companies dedicated to the recovery of degraded spaces and the prevention and fight against forest fires
  • Projects of recovery and management of the vegetation cover and genetic improvement of forest species.
  • Management of agroforestry farms. Hunting and fishing management
  • Gardening, nursery and forest landscaping projects
  • Territorial planning and planning studies
  • Hydrological and hydrological-forest restoration projects
  • Disease control, forest pests and plant health
  • Forest Management Projects
  • Access to Public Administration positions, as an engineer
  • Free exercise of the profession in different sectors related to engineering and the environment.
  • Teaching and research in public or private centers
Last updated Dec 2019

About the School

La Universidad de Huelva es una institución al servicio de la sociedad que, en el marco de los valores constitucionales, y como entidad de derecho público, dotada de personalidad jurídica, cumple sus ... Read More

La Universidad de Huelva es una institución al servicio de la sociedad que, en el marco de los valores constitucionales, y como entidad de derecho público, dotada de personalidad jurídica, cumple sus fines y desarrolla sus funciones, de acuerdo con la legislación vigente, en régimen de autonomía. Read less