As required by ministerial decree for the Agricultural and Forest Science and Technology degree class (L-25), graduates of the course in Development and Protection of Mountain Environment acquire a good knowledge of the main sectors of agricultural and forest science as well as the skills for conducting scientific studies and experiments. Graduates are able to perform technical, management and professional tasks relative to the agrobiological sector and relative technologies. In addition, having acquired a working knowledge of a foreign language and good communication and information management skills, they are able to work in both a European and overseas framework.
The course prepares graduates that will:
- have good basic knowledge of the mountain agro-forestry sector.
- be able to operate professionally in the organisation of production activities in mountain areas, with special emphasis on safeguarding the environmental equilibrium, the protection of the environment and rural development.
- work in a team with well-defined levels of autonomy, and be easily integrated into the work sector.
The degree course provides the prerequisites for admission to the postgraduate courses in the graduate’s relative area of specialization. Training includes the basic and professional disciplines of Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Technology and Economics.