Degree requirements (2014-15)

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Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
1(11)
Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) 2014-2015
Degree requirements in Forest Ecology and Management, 120 cr
Degree requirements in Forest Economics and Marketing, 120 cr
The Programme is organized by the Department of Forest Sciences. Two major subjects are offered: Forest Ecology and Management,
and Forest Economics and Marketing. Within their chosen major subject students choose a study line for specialization. Study lines for
Forest Ecology and Management are: Forest and peatland ecosystems' function and production, Forest and peatland ecosystems'
management and restoration, Forest entomology and wildlife management, Forest pathology and mycology, Forest resource
management, Forest technology and logistics, Wood technology and Tropical forest ecology and management. Study line for Forest
Economics and Marketing are: Forest products marketing and management, Business economics of forestry and Forest resource and
environmental economics.
Degree Structure
The Programme consists of general studies (17 ECTS), major subject studies (70-80 ECTS), other studies (13-23 ECTS), and electives
(10ECTS) totalling 120 ECTS credits. The estimated duration of studies is two years.
Contact Information
Programme planner / study advisor:
Outi Orenius ([email protected]), B-bldg., room 342, tel. +358 2941 57976, +358 50 3185124
Department of Forest Sciences:
Management:
http://www.helsinki.fi/forestsciences/contact/management.html
Teaching staff:
http://www.helsinki.fi/forestsciences/contact/staff.html
Office:
http://www.helsinki.fi/forestsciences/contact/office.html
Study councelling:
http://www.helsinki.fi/forestsciences/contact/office.html
Students register for courses and general examinations primarily through WebOodi http://www.helsinki.fi/weboodi
Up-to-date information on course contents and timing of the courses can be found at:
http://www.helsinki.fi/weboodi
Further Information
http://www.helsinki.fi/mscfb
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
2(11)
Degree requirements in Forest Ecology and Management (MScFB programme) 2014-2015
Forest and peatland ecosystems' function and production (MScFB)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 70-80 cr
timing (yr/period)
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing (yr/period)
Advanced studies, 70-80 cr
MEK220
FOR260
Literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
5
5
40
2/open
1/II-IV and 2/I-II
2
5
6
4
1-2/I
1-2/III
1-2/II
5
5
4
5
5
1-2/IV
1-2/summer
1-2
1-2 (odd years)
1-2/IV
4
5
5
1-2
1-2/III (even years)
1-2/III (odd years )
5
1-2
Additionally minimum 20 credits of the following:
MET210
MET220
MET230
MET240
MET250
MEK205
MET211
MET214
MET216
MET217
MET234
MET235
Biogeochemistry of forest and peatland ecosystems
Whole tree structure and dynamics
Dynamic modelling in production ecology
Forest ecosystems of the world – their structure,
functioning and productivity
Field course in production ecology
Current topics in forest ecology and management
Forest soil and root ecology
Forest ecosystem hydrology and water balance
Forests and peatlands as modifiers of atmospheric
composition
Mitigation of climate change in forestry
Adaptation of forestry to climate change
Forest-atmosphere processes and advanced data
analysis
OTHER STUDIES, 13-23 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge.
FOR230A
FOR230B
MEH205
MEH225
MEH241
MEH242
MEH250
MEK240
Forest bioenergy
Forest bioenergy project
Sustainable forest ecosystem management
Multipurpose forest management
Ecology of peatlands
Distribution, characteristics and utilization
Restoration and rehabilitation of degraded ecosystems:
Theory and application
of global peatlands
Essays
5
2
4
5
3
2
1-2/I
1-2/II
1-2
1-2/II
1-2/I (even years)
1-2/open
5
2
3
1-2/IV (odd years)
1-2/open
1-2/open
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits).
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
830185 Advanced studies in Forest and peatland ecosystems' function and production
Forest and peatland ecosystems' management and restoration (MScFB)
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
3(11)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 80cr
timing (yr/period)
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing (yr/period)
Advanced studies, 64 cr
MEK220
FOR260
MEH205
MEH225
MEH250
Literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
Sustainable forest ecosystem management
Multipurpose forest management
Restoration and rehabilitation of degraded ecosystems:
Theory and application
Additionally minimum 15 credits of the following:
FOR230A
Forest bioenergy
FOR230B
Forest bioenergy project
MEH230
Advanced silviculture
MEH241
Ecology of peatlands
MET210
Biogeochemistry of forest and peatland ecosystems
MET211
Forest soil and root ecology
MET214
Forest ecosystem hydrology and water balance
MET216
Forests and peatlands as modifiers of atmospheric
composition
MET217
Mitigation of climate change in forestry
MET220
Whole tree structure and dynamics
MET230
Dynamic modelling in production ecology
MET234
Adaptation of forestry to climate change
MET235
Forest-atmosphere processes and advanced data
analysis
MET240
Forest ecosystems of the world – their structure,
functioning and productivity
MET250
Field course in production ecology
5
5
40
4
5
2/open
1/II-IV and 2/I-II
2
1-2
1-2/II
5
1-2/IV (odd years)
5
2
5
3
5
5
5
1-2/I
1-2/II
1-2/I
1-2/I (even years)
1-2/I
1-2 (odd years)
1-2/IV
4
5
6
4
5
1-2
1-2/III (even years)
1/III
1-2/II
1-2/III (odd years )
5
1-2
5
5
1-2/IV
1-2/summer
OTHER STUDIES, 13 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge. The courses listed below
are recommended.
MEH242
MEK205
MEK240
Distribution, characteristics and utilization of global
peatlands
Current topics in forest ecology and management
Essays
2
4
3
1-2/open
1-2
1-2/open
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits).
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
830186 Advanced studies in Forest and peatland ecosystems' management and restoration
Forest pathology and mycology (MScFB)
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
4(11)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 70-74 cr
timing (yr/period)
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing (yr/period)
5
5
40
2-6
5
10
3
2/open
1/II-IV and 2/I-II
2
1-2
1-2/I (even years)
1/II
1-2/open
Advanced studies, 70-74 cr
MEK220
FOR260
MPAT202
MPAT211
MPAT221
MEK240
Literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
Special course in forest pathology
Epidemiology and ecology of plant pathogens
Advanced Forest mycology & pathology
Essays
OTHER STUDIES, 19-23 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge. The courses listed below
are recommended.
MPAT204
MPAT205
MPAT212
MPAT131
MPAT132
MPAT222
Plant pathogenic bacteria
Plant virology
Tropical forest pathology
Forest Microbiology
Basic biotechnology in forestry
Plant microbe interactions
5
5
3
10
5
10
1-2/II (uneven years)
1-2/II (even years)
arranged if sufficient demand
every year
1/I
2/III
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits).
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
830188 Advanced studies in Forest pathology and mycology
Forest entomology and wildlife management (MScFB)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 70 cr
Advanced studies, 70 cr
timing (yr/period)
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing (yr/period)
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
MEK220
FOR260
MEH250
MER113
5(11)
Literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
Restoration and rehabilitation of degraded ecosystems:
Theory and application
Pest vertebrates
Additionally minimum 12 cr of the following:
MER213B
Disturbance dynamics of boreal forests
MER217
Advanced forest insect species identification
MER210
Alien species
MER212
Special species identification in Wildlife management
MER213
Special topics in forest entomology and
wildlife management (Invasive invertebrates)
MEK240
Essays
5
5
40
2/open
1/II-IV and 2/I-II
2
5
3
1-2/IV (odd years)
1-2/III-IV (odd years)
4
3
4
3
1-2/IV (odd years)
1-2, open
1-2/IV (even years)
1-2, open
3
3
1-2/open
1-2/open
OTHER STUDIES, 23 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge. The courses listed below
are recommended:
MPAT131
MPAT132
MPAT212
MPAT221
MPAT222
MER118
MEH205
GIS204
Forest microbiology
Basic biotechnology in forestry
Tropical forest pathology
Advanced forest mycology & pathology
Plant-microbe interactions and molecular defence
of plants
Field course in game zoology
Sustainable forest ecosystem management
Environmental GIS
10
5
3
10
1-2/II
1-2/I
1-2/ arranged if sufficient demand
1-2/II
10
2
4
5
1-2/III
1-2/I (even years)
1-2/II
1-2/IV (odd years)
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits). The courses listed below are recommended:
FOR230A
FOR230B
Forest bioenergy
Forest bioenergy project
5
2
1-2/I
1-2/II
Courses in forest entomology available with special arrangements
Courses from Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
830187 Advanced studies in Forest entomology and wildlife management
Forest resource management (MScFB)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 70-80 cr
Advanced studies, 70-80 cr
timing (yr/period)
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing (yr/period)
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
MEK220
FOR260
Literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
6(11)
5
5
40
At least 20 credits of the following:
FOR225
Project planning and management
5
FOR230A
Forest bioenergy
5
FOR230B
Forest bioenergy project
2
GIS203
GIS in logistics and business
5
GIS204
Environmental GIS
5
FOR245
Operations Research in Forest Resource Management 5
RS201
Remote sensing
5
MEK240
Essays
3
2/open
1/II-IV and 2/I-II
2
1-2/III
1-2/I
1-2/II
1-2/II (even years)
1-2/IV (odd years)
1-2/IV
1-2/II (odd years)
1-2/open
OTHER STUDIES, 13-23 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge. The courses listed below
are recommended:
GIS101
MARV104
MARV105
MARV216
RS101
Geoinformatics 1
Forest inventory
Multi-attribute forest planning
Basic course in programming
Remote sensing 1
5
5
5
5
5
1-2/II (web course)
1-2/III (odd years)
1-2/III (even years)
1-2/III
IV
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits).
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
87405 Advanced studies in Forest resource management
Forest technology and logistics (MScFB)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 70-80 cr
timing (yr/period)
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing (yr/period)
Advanced studies, 70-80 cr
MEK220
FOR260
Literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
5
5
40
At least 20 credits of the following:
FOR225
Project planning and management
5
FOR230A
Forest bioenergy
5
FOR230B
Forest bioenergy project
2
GIS203
GIS in logistics and business
5
METEK216 Environmental effects of Wood Harvesting
3
METEK224 International wood procurement
3
FOR245
Operations Research in Forest Resource Management 5
METEK240 Wood procurement – supply chain and information
2/open
1/II-IV and 2/I-II
2
1-2/III
1-2/I
1-2/II
1-2/II (even years)
1-2/IV
1-2/IV (even years)
1-2/IV
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
management
7(11)
5
1-2/IV
OTHER STUDIES, 13-23 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge. The courses listed below
are recommended:
METEK101
METEK201
MEK240
FPM140
Basics in logistics
Advanced course in logistics
Essays
Managerial economics in forest industry
3
6
3
5
1-2/I
1-2/II (odd years)
1-2/open
1-2/III
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits).
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
83858 Advanced studies in Forest technology and logistics
Wood technology (MScFB)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 72 cr
timing (yr/period)
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing (yr/period)
5
5
40
5
5
5
2
5
2/open
1/II-IV and 2/I-II
2
1-2/I-II (odd years)
1-2/III
1-2/I
1-2/II
1-2/IV (odd years)
Advanced studies, 72 cr
MEK220
FOR260
PTEK225
FOR225
FOR230A
FOR230B
LME210
Literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
Wood as fibre raw material
Project planning and management
Forest bioenergy
Forest bioenergy project
Accounting and finance in forest industry
OTHER STUDIES, 21cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge.
The courses listed below are recommended:
FPM140
FPM210
LME215
METEK216
METEK224
METEK240
MLY255
PTEK112
Managerial economics in forest industry
Strategic marketing and management in global
forest industry
Economics of climate change in forestry and
natural resources
Environmental effects of Wood Harvesting
International wood procurement
Wood procurement – supply chain and information
management
International forest policy
Wood Science
5
1-2/III
5
1-2/II
5
3
3
1-2/II (odd years)
1-2/IV
1-2/IV (even years)
5
5
5
1-2/IV
1-2/II (odd years)
1-2/II
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
8(11)
ELECTIVES, 10cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits). The courses listed below are recommended.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
83958 Advanced studies in Wood technology
Tropical forest ecology and management
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 75-80 cr
timing (yr/period)
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing (yr/period)
Advanced studies, 75-80 cr
TROP270
FOR260
TROP210
and/or
MEH250
Advanced literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
Field course: Tropical forest ecology and silviculture
5
5
40
5
Restoration and rehabilitation of degraded ecosystems:
Theory and application
5
Additionally minimum 20 credits of the following:
FPM210
Strategic marketing and management in global
forest industry
FPM230
Survey methods in marketing and social sciences
TROP220
Special topics on silviculture in developing countries
TROP230
Agroforestry II
TROP240
Participatory methods in sustainable management
of natural resources
TROP250
Plantation forestry in the tropics
TROP260
Tropical forests and climate change
MET214
Forest ecosystem hydrology and water balance
MET240
Forest ecosystems of the world – their structure,
functioning and productivity
MLY255
International forest policy
MEK240
Essays
5
6
2-3
5
2/open
1/II-IV and 2/I-II
2
1-2 (odd years)
1-2/IV (odd years)
1-2/II
1-2/III
1-2 (even years)
1/III
5
5
5
5
1/I
1-2/IV (even years)
1-2/IV (odd years)
1-2/IV
5
5
3
1-2/IV
1-2/II (odd years)
1-2/open
OTHER STUDIES, 13-18 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge. The courses listed below
are recommended:
FOR225
FOR230A
JAL401
JAL402
JAL403
MEK205
MET214
MET240
MPAT212
RS201
TROP130
FOR220
Project planning and management
Forest bioenergy
Selection breeding and experimental design
Conservation of plant genetic resources
Forest tree breeding
Current topics in forest ecology and management
Forest ecosystem hydrology and water balance
Forest ecosystems of the world – their structure,
functioning and productivity
Tropical forest pathology
Remote sensing (requires background knowledge)
Agroforestry I
Qualitative research methods
3
5
5
5
5
4
5
1-2/III
1-2/I
1-2/III (even years)
1-2/IV (even years)
1-2/I (even years)
1-2
1-2/IV
5
3
5
3
5
1-2/IV
1-2/ arranged if sufficient demand
1-2/II (odd years)
1-2/II
1/IV
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
9(11)
Development studies (Faculty of Social Science)
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits).
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
830190 Advanced studies in Tropical forest ecology and management
Degree requirements in Forest Economics and Marketing (MScFB programme) 2014-2015 Business economics of forestry (MScFB)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics/econometrics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 70 cr
timing
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing
5
5
40
2/open
1/I-IV
2
5
6
5
1-2/II
1-2/III
1-2/IV (odd years)
5
3-7
1-2/II (odd years )
1-2/open
Advanced studies, 70 cr
LME270
FPM280
MEM290
Literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
Additionally minimum 20 credits from the following:
FPM210
Strategic marketing and management in global
forest industry
FPM230
Survey methods in marketing and social sciences
LME210
Accounting and finance in forest industry
LME215
Economics of climate change in forestry and
natural resources
LME260
Special topics in forest economics and management
OTHER STUDIES, 23 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge. The courses listed below
are recommended:
LME265
MLY210
MLY255
MLY270
FPM140
Essays
Dynamic optimization in natural resource economics
International forest policy
Private forestry and forest policy
Managerial economics in forest industry
3
6
5
3
5
1-2
1-2/IV (even years)
1-2/II (odd years)
1-2/III
1/III
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits).
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
10(11)
Study entity:
83778 Advanced studies in Business economics of forestry
Forest resource and environmental economics (MScFB)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics/econometrics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 70 cr
timing
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing
Advanced studies, 70 cr
MLY220
MLY280
MEM290
MLY210
MLY240
MLY250
Literature
Thesis seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
Dynamic optimization in natural resource economics
Valuation of environmental benefits
Bioeconomics
Additionally minimum 5credits of the following:
MLY255
International forest policy
MLY260
Econometrics II
MLY270
Private forestry and forest policy
MLY275
Special topics in forest economics and policy
5
5
40
6
3
6
5
6
3
4-10
2/open
2/I
2
1-2/IV (even years)
1-2/I (odd years)
1-2/III (odd years)
1-2/II (odd years)
1-2/IV
1-2/III
1-2/open
OTHER STUDIES, 23 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge. The courses listed below
are recommended:
FPM230
LME215
MEH205
MET230
MLY285
TROP230
TROP250
Survey methods in marketing and social sciences
Economics of climate change in forestry and
natural resources
Sustainable forest ecosystem management
Dynamic modelling in production ecology
Essays
Agroforestry II
Plantation forestry in the tropics
6
1-2/III
5
4
4
3
5
5
1-2/II (odd years)
1-2/II
1-2/II
1-2/open
1/III
1-2/IV (even years)
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits).
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
83059 Advanced studies in Forest resource and environmental economics
Forest products marketing and management (MScFB)
MASTER’S DEGREE, 120 credits
GENERAL STUDIES, 17 cr (includes 1 cr of integrated studies) credits
timing
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
Study Guide 2014-2015
Department of Forest Sciences
FOR200
FOR210
FOR240
993734
993735
882574
11(11)
Introduction to Studies in Forest Sciences and
Business
·
includes PSP (1 cr)
Leadership and management
Internship
Academic writing I
Academic writing II
Methodological studies (e.g. statistics/econometrics)
Working life orientation studies
(e.g. Curriculum for career)
MAJOR SUBJECT STUDIES, 74cr
3
1/I
2
3
2
2
4
1/IV
1-2
1/open
2/open
1-2/open
1
1/open
credits
timing
5
5
40
5
2/open
1/I-IV
2
1/IV
5
6
3
5
1/II
1-2/III
1-2/open
1-2/IV (odd years)
Advanced studies, 74 cr
FPM220
FPM280
MEM290
FOR220
FPM210
FPM230
FPM270
LME210
Literature
Master’s Thesis Seminar
Master’s Thesis (incl. Maturity essay)
Qualitative research methods
Strategic marketing and management in global
forest industry
Survey methods in marketing and social sciences
Essays
Accounting and finance in forest industry
OTHER STUDIES, 19 cr
credits
timing
Supportive studies. Based on the student’s personal study plan. To be approved by the professor in charge. The courses listed below
are recommended:
FOR230A
FPM120
FPM130
FPM140
FPM180
Forest bioenergy
Industrial marketing in forest sector
Marketing of services in forest sector
Managerial economics in forest industry
FPM seminar
5
9
5
5
4
1-2/I
1-2/I-II
1/III
1/III
1-2
ELECTIVES, 10 cr
E.g. Minor Based on the student’s personal study plan. Language studies (e.g. Finnish offered by the Department of Finnish, FinnoUgrian and Scandinavian Studies or Language Centre) are recommended. Courses taught in other languages than English may be
included in the Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB) up to 25 % of the total credits (i.e. maximum of
30 credits).
MASTER’S DEGREE IN TOTAL
120
Study entity:
84068 Advanced studies in Forest products marketing and management
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