Course responsible:Isabella Børja
Campus / Online:Taught campus Ås
Nominal workload:125 hours of work, including lectures.
Teaching and exam period:This course starts in June block. This course has teaching/evaluation in June block.
About this course
A candidate who has completed the course shall have learned the following:
The student should have an overview of the most important causes of damage to forest trees in Norway.
The student should be able to recognize and interpret typical injury symptoms and identify the cause of injury. The student should also be able to provide simple advice on damage prevention and relevant countermeasures.
The student should be able to apply knowledge about forest pests in interdisciplinary assessments of forest management.
- Lectures, exercises and excursions are all during three weeks in June.
- The course has web pages in Canvas. The teacher is available for questions during office hours or by email.
- Final written exam (3 hours) counts for 70%.
- Tests of symptoms and causes during the course counts for 30%.
All assessments in the course must be passed to pass the course.
- External examiner is used on the final written examination.
- Exercises and excursions.
- Up to 8 hours per day lectures, exercises, excursions.
- 5 credits overlap with FEP201 (previous version).
- Letter grades
- Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (generell studiekompetanse).