Master's Program in Forest Sciences in Ghana

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Forest Sciences

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Forest sciences focuses on the significance of forests and how the growth and development of forests contribute to our greater understanding of natural resources. Forests can be an important source of knowledge for subjects such as climatology and hydrology as well as a pivotal ecosystem for many living organisms.

Ghana, known as the Republic of Ghana, is a sovereign state located on the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean in West Africas

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MPhil in Social Forestry and Environmental Governance

University Of Energy And Natural Resources
Campus Part time 2 years September 2018 Ghana Sunyani

The aim of the program is to train human resources at advanced social forestry and environmental governance capable of recognizing human system in managing forest and environmental challenges within and outside Ghana. This is clearly in line with the mission of UENR. [+]

Introduction

The School of Natural Resources is poised to provide a strong and vibrant leadership to the forest and natural resources industry to meet the increasing demand for housing, recreation, tourism and green spaces. This will require an intimate knowledge of climate, species, and physical facilities, political, social and legal systems. Issues of interest include the increased demand for market and non-market goods and services from forests and related natural resources, land availability for industrial forestry and natural resource conservation, natural resource sustainability, habitat conservation, and ecosystem management. The Master and Doctoral programs will provide graduates with a working knowledge of specialized environmental and natural resources scopes and introduce them to the critical relationships between human activities and the environment.... [-]