Bachelor of Science in Forest Science and Resource Management

One of the most fascinating ecosystems on Earth - the forest - is the focal point of our studies. As a renewable natural resource, wood has bright prospects, as well as other bioresources have. The development of reliable concepts for using this basis for life and for handling natural resources is one of the most important tasks of the present and future. It requires deep understanding of the interaction of the environment, man and technology. An awareness of the interrelationships between things, and planning over generations, play decisive roles for us. This is what is needed – and not just in forestry. Thus the all-round nature of our course of studies opens a wide range of professions to anyone taking it.

Once the student has completed six semesters and passed all examinations, fulfilled at least two-months of internship and completed a Bachelor´s thesis, the academic degree “Bachelor of Science (TUM)” is awarded.
Subsequent to the Bachelor of Science, Students can apply either for the Master of Science in Forest and Wood Science, which is taught in German language or for the Master of Science in Sustainable Resource Management which is taught in English language exclusively.


School of Forest Science and Resource Management

Hans-Carl-von- Carlowitz-Platz 2
85354 Freising

Phone: +49 (0) 8161 71-4632
Fax.: +49 (0) 8161 71-4509






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