Agriculture studies refer to the cultivation of soil for the growing of plants, fungi and animals. These studies explore human and animal relations. Agriculture studies deal with agribusiness, agro-economics, agronomy, farming, animal husbandry, agronomy. Agronomy is related to plant-based agriculture.
Forestry is focused on ecology, preserving live nature including resources that can be affected by harmful human and non-human activities. Forestry studies include genetics, forest economics, zoology, botany, environmental protection, ecology, flora, fauna and ecosystems in forests.
The purpose of this programme is to educate wildlife professionals who are able to manage projects in wildlife management and nature conservation based on applied ecology and principles of renewable natural resource management.
This degree is for students interested in environmental policy and analysis as well as environment management including stewardship of natural resources, pollution management, fish and wildlife management, and hazardous materials.
This program provides students with a firm foundation in the management of fish and wildlife resources. Coursework will expose students to both the policy and regulatory aspects of the field, as well as the technical approaches to managing of fish and wildlife populations. Students will learn how these resources are managed in the U.S. and develop strategies to ensure these species’ survival in light of environmental and climatic change, and habitat degradation and fragmentation.
Forestry degree at Bangor is concerned with the understanding and sustainable management of forests and woodlands, their role in the global ecosystem and their contribution to ecosystem services. Forests cover 30% of Earth’s land area and are managed for carbon storage, the production of renewable materials, conservation, recreation and other ecosystem services. This Forestry degree will equip you with the knowledge and skills to make decisions and manage forests for multiple objectives.
WSU's online certificate in organic agriculture provides training in the agricultural sciences, including an understanding of complex agriculture and food systems. It equips students for professions ranging from starting a farm to food industry management.
Designed to meet the needs of an expanding sports fisheries market, as well as the worldwide aquaculture industry, this one year top-up programme will give you the necessary scientific knowledge, managerial skills and analytical capabilities for a successful career. From the outset you will build on your previous experiences and gain an insight into the importance of this sector for food production and sustainability. You will take a 'hands on' approach and learn about intensive aquaculture.
This programme's variety of courses and practical work produce multi-skilled graduates who are able to gain employment within many areas of the animal industry.
Zoology with Marine Zoology provides students with a thorough grounding in general zoology, based on an exploration of the diversity of animal form and function, and an exploration of how animals interact with each other and their environment. In addition, students on this Zoology with Marine Zoology degree acquire a specialised knowledge of the ecology, physiology and behaviour of marine invertebrates, fish and mammals through a series of modules which offer an element of individual choice.
Faculty of Landscape Architecture, CUB is the only Hungarian institute for landscape architecture education with more 100 year practice in this field.
This Agriculture, Conservation and Environment degree offers a unique package that brings together the many fascinating aspects of modern agriculture with a focus on environmental management and conservation.
Our BSc Zoology degree offers a wide range of laboratory and field-based topics including subjects associated with human and veterinary medicine, as well as the study of animal behaviour and conservation issues. This scheme is also designed to investigate the core subjects of importance to animal biology including anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, behaviour and ecology. The course also allows flexibility in the range of modules taken in all years of study.
Zoology is the branch of biology that studies animals. It covers a broad range of topics including structure, physiology, development, evolution and taxonomy.