Forestry – full-time

Studies degree: Bachelor
Duration: 4 years
ECTS credits: 240
Locations: Arad
Teaching language: Romanian

The Bachelor degree program of Forestry intends to provide for its graduates the qualification of Bachelor degree in forestry, materialized in the achievement of the theoretical and practical knowledge related to the management of the forest and of its products, of acquiring some cognitive and practical abilities related to the capacity of expression and professional communication by oral and written means, to the capacity of professional documentation and of access of the forestry information through a large number of means, including electronic databases, libraries, files, etc., the capacity to elaborate written papers in the field of forestry which synthetize professional information, with role of information on hierarchical ascending line and serving as guide on descending line, as well as the ability to elaborate studies according to the formation, the capacity to fit in a team, to defend your opinions, to cooperate with other experts objectively and rightfully. The specific objectives are set based on unitary thinking relying on the following concepts: the concept of the eco-systemic vision on the forest, the concept on the requirement that any management, technical intervention in the forest also has an ecological and environmental protection component, the concept of insuring the forest multiple functions, even if these cannot be still expressed in values, the concept of lifelong gradual training (master, doctoral studies), based on linguistic and documentation skills.

Field of studies: Forestry

Skills

Professional skills

  • C1. Documentation of the sustainable management of the forest fund, of the hunting, salmonids fund and of preservation of the bio-diversity.
  • C2. Issuing and implementing the technical-economical project on the regulation of the process of forestry, hunting, and salmonids production
  • C3. Issuing, implementing and monitoring the project of ecological reconstruction of the ecosystems
  • C4. Putting into practice the measures for protection, improvement and growth of the productivity of the forestry ecosystems
  • C5. Knowledge and control on the implementation of the legal, administrative, financial-accounting and market frameworks specific for the field of forestry
  • C6. Management of the IT system specific for the field of forestry.

Transversal skills

  • CT1. Issuing and complying with a working timetable and accomplishing the own attributions with professionalism and rigor
  • CT2. Applying some efficient techniques of communication in the specific activities for the teamwork; taking a role within the team and observing the principles of the labor division
  • CT3. Objective self-evaluation of the need for lifelong professional training with the purpose to adjust  oneself and to constantly comply with the requirements of the economic development; the use of the techniques of information and communication and of speaking a widely-spoken foreign language

Structure of the study program

First Year

Mandatory subjects

  • Mathematics / 1 semester
  • Biostatistics / 1 semester
  • Descriptive geometry and technical drawing / 1 semester
  • Informatics / 1 semester
  • Biochemistry / 1 semester
  • Botanic / 2 semesters
  • Topography-geodesy I / 1 semester
  • Meteorology and forestry climatology / 1 semester
  • Dendrology I / 1 semester
  • Pedology / 1 semester
  • Mechanics and materials resistance / 1 semester
  • Specialized internship / 1 semester
  • Physical Education and sport / 2 semesters

Optional subjects

  • English / 2 semesters
  • French / 2 semesters

Facultative subjects

  • History of the forests / 1 semester

Second Year

Mandatory subjects

  • Dendrometry / 2 semesters
  • Topography – geodesy II / 1 semester
  • Dendrology II / 1 semester
  • Forest soils and resorts / 1 semester
  • Plants physiology / 1 semester
  • Ecology and environmental protection / 1 semester
  • Forestry I / 1 semester
  • Forest constructions / 1 semester
  • Phytopathology / 1 semester
  • Afforestation I / 1 semester
  • Study of the wood / 1 semester
  • Specialized internship / 1 semester
  • Physical Education and sport / 2 semesters
  • Optional subjects
  • English / 2 semesters
  • French / 2 semesters

Facultative subjects

  • European culture and civilization / 1 semester

 

Third Year

Mandatory subjects

  • Forestry II / 1 semester
  • Hunting fauna, aquaculture of salmonids and management of the population of hunting interest /2 semesters
  • Entomology / 2 semesters
  • Forest exploitation I / 1 semester
  • Accessory products of the forest / 1 semester
  • Machines and equipment / 1 semester
  • Forests landscaping I / 1 semester
  • Forest installations / 1 semester
  • Wildlife pathology / 1 semester
  • Forestry management / 1 semester
  • Specialized internship / 1 semester

Optional subjects

  • Afforestation II – Afforestation and ecological reconstruction / 1 semester
  • Afforestation II – Afforestation and cultures with special destination / 1 semester
  • Forests exploitation II / 1 semester
  • Design and organization of the forest exploitation / 1 semester

Facultative subjects

  • German / 1 semester
  • Particularities of the hunting fauna in Europe / 1 semester

Fourth Year

Mandatory subjects

  • Forest landscaping II / 1 semester
  • Intensive salmon-breeding / 1 semester
  • Forestry installations II / 1 semester
  • Genetics / 1 semester
  • Mechanization of the forestry works / 2 semesters
  • Torrents rectification / 1 semester
  • Forestry law and legislation / 1 semester
  • Cadaster – GIS / 1 semester
  • Specialized internship / 1 semester

Optional subjects

  • Primary wood processing / 1 semester
  • International forestry / 1 semester
  • Accounting / 1 semester
  • Forestry management / 1 semester
  • Forestry monitoring / 1 semester
  • Entrepreneurship / 1 semester
  • Wooden constructions / 1 semester
  • Preserving the biodiversity and protected areas / 1 semester
  • Green areas / 1 semester
  • Operational research in forestry / 1 semester

Facultative subjects

  • Contractual relations in forestry / 1 semester