Since 2005 the Department has provided and guaranteed study programme Landscape Use and Protection (until November 2015 as Ecology and Landscape Use), and has also participated in the remaining four FEE study programmes. The domain of the Department is a specialization in landscape ecology and nature conservation.
Characteristics of the study programme Landscape Use and Protection
(Field of study: Ecological and Environmental Sciences)
Guarrantee: doc. Ing. Vladimir Kunca, PhD.
Form of study: daily (full-time) and external (part-time) form
Characteristics of study programme units
The study programme units follow the core knowledge of the study branch Landscape Use and Protection. A graduate is able to manage the problematic of mutual relations between abiotic and biotic components of natural ecosystems in the landscape and anthropogenic elements of the landscape ecosystem. He is qualified to work in lower management positions in state or municipality conservation administration, in environmental or conservation organisations, in industry or NGOs.
Graduate of the Bachelor degree of the study programme Landscape Use and Protection can master the basic issues of the interrelations between biotic and abiotic components of natural ecosystems in the country (agroecosystems, forest ecosystems, aquatic ecosystems) and anthropogenic components of landscape ecosystems (urban ecosystems, socio-economic spheres). The graduate is able to apply the knowledge adequately and to solve the current problems of protection and rational use of the landscape. First degree study creates the prerequisites for continuing in the 2nd degree of study. However, the Bachelor of Arts is competent to carry out professional activities at a lower level of management of state administration and local authorities, environmental organizations, nature conservation, the economic sphere and non-governmental organizations.