Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA)

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The Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) offers two course packages, one for each semester, and a couple of courses in Renewable Energy.

Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA)

-  Ecology and Environmental Sciences
-  Renewable Energy – Qualifications in Energy System Analysis

Ecology and Environmental Sciences
Autumn semester

ECOL310 Global Change Ecology (10 ECTS) *
ECOL330 Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Conservation (5 ECTS)
ECOL350 Restoration Ecology (5 ECTS)
FMI312 Environmental Exposures and Human Health (10 ECTS)
FMI330 Effect and Biomarker Methods in Toxicology (5 ECTS)
NATF300 Conservation Biology (5 ECTS)
REIS200 Tourism Management (5 ECTS)
REIS300 Nature-based Tourism (10 ECTS) *
VANN300 Water Pollution I (15 ECTS)
ZOOL300 Ecological Entomology (10 ECTS)
ZOOL310 Behavioural and Population Ecology (10 ECTS) *

  • Most courses are at master´s level and background in ecology, limnology and/or chemistry are recommended.
  • * Courses with limited seats. International students can only attend these courses if there are available seats after ordinary NMBU students has selected courses.
  • REIS200 and REIS300 will also fit well together with courses within economy or social science as well.

Ecology and environmental sciences
Spring semester

ECOL200 General Ecology (10 ECTS)
ECOL20: Ecology Essay (5 ECTS)
ECOL380 The Ecology and Management of Rivers and Lakes (10 ECTS) *
FMI309 Environmental Pollutants and Ecotoxicology (10 ECTS)
FMI310 Environmental Pollutants and Ecotoxicology – with Term Paper (15 ECTS)
GEO220 Hydrogeology (10 ECTS)
GEO300 Advanced Hydrogeology (10 ECTS)
JORD210 GIS and Dynamic Modelling in soils (10 ECTS) *
NATF320 Ecology and Management of Natural Resources in the Tropics (10 ECTS)
NATF350 Human Wildlife Interactions (5 ECTS)
SKS300 Forest Ecology (10 ECTS)

  • Many courses are at master´s level and a solid background in ecology, limnology, geology and/or chemistry are recommended.
  • * Courses with limited seats. International students can only attend these courses if there are available seats after ordinary NMBU students has selected courses.

Renewable energy – Qualifications in Energy System Analysis
August block

FORN240 -Energy Distribution and Storage Systems – 5 credits

 Autumn parallel

FORN360 Solar Photovoltaic Energy Systems – 10 credits
FORN330 Renewable Energy Systems Analysis – 10 credits
In the courses FORN240 and FORN360 there might be some flexibility with prerequisites, but in the subject FORN330 it is important that the students have prior knowledge similar to what is described in the course description.

 

 

Published 16. January 2020 - 14:25 - Updated 16. January 2020 - 14:31