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Courses are the building blocks of a university education. Each course has a specific scope, as detailed in the course syllabus. A course may form part of a degree programme or may be taken as a self-contained course.

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Master's Thesis

Do you want to work in forests, in arctic environments, on savannas, or in tropical rainforests? Are you interested in ­historical data, or spatial data such as animal move­ments or distribution of

Sustainable Use of Natural Resources

How can we use natural resources in a sustainable way? What are the conflicts that can arise when different interests collide? Explore this with us in this course! In the summer of 2022, the course

Fish and wildlife management

What are the success stories of fish and wildlife management? What are the current challenges? After finishing the course, you will be able to plan the sustainable management of selected fish and

Applied Population Ecology

Why do some populations grow while others decline? How large is a population required to be sure that a species will not go extinct? How can we best select among alternate ways of conserving an

Fish and Wildlife Census Techniques

The management and conservation of species demands knowledge about population sizes and changes over time. During this course students learn how to plan inventories, apply the most important

Project based advance course

Do you have a study question in one of our expert fields that you just have to dig into? Or maybe a field you want to explore in your own project with the support of an experienced supervisor? Then

Do you want to learn about model data for water quality?

Models are important tools for setting and evaluating environmental policy. During the course ”Models for Sustainable Water Management” you will learn about credible modelling approaches, the need

Human dimensions of fish and wildlife management

Today, managing wildlife and working with nature-related issues rests on more than a knowledge of ecology, it also requires a knowledge of humans! In the course Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife

Ph. D. course Statistics I - Basic Statistics

Statistics I: Basic statistics, 4 hp hilda.edlund@slu.se The Ph. D. course Statistics I - Basic Statistics, 4 hp, will be given in Alnarp in April-May 2022. Objective, including learning outcomes

Master's thesis

You can write your master’s thesis at the Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre in the subject of forest science or biology. The following list outlines some of the fields in which you can do your

Course in Ecology for Fish Management and Conservation

Are you interested in in the ecology and sustainable management of fishes and their habitats? In the course Ecology for Fish Management and Conservation you will apply your new knowledge on fish

Masters Theses

Within the Remote Sensing area it's possible to work with digital data from sensors such as distancemeasuring lasers, electro-optical sensors (including digital cameras) and radar. Sensor platforms