Master of Science (two years) with a major in Biology
The programme covers different aspects of the management of fish and wildlife, but also international laws and conventions with regard to fish and wildlife, scientific theory and methods. The first year consists of four coordinated courses: Fish and Wildlife Census Techniques, Applied Population Ecology, Human Dimensions of
Fish and Wildlife Management, Fish and Wildlife Management. During the second year the programme also includes an individual Masters thesis (30 or 60 credits (ECTS) project work), and time for optional choices of courses.