Aberdeen Campus, Oatridge Campus, Ayr Campus
Throughout the course you will develop an in-depth grounding in both the practice and the theory of countryside management which will enable you to deal effectively with current and future issues in the industry.
The course will provide you with an overview of all aspects of the countryside: nature, conservation, wildlife, ecology, recreation, access and visitor management.
It will equip you with interpretation skills through visits to reserves, country parks and wildlife sites. Visits and residential trips are an integral part of the course.
You will study a wide range of subjects including modules such as Habitat Management, Ecological Surveying, Terrestrial Ecosystems and Conservation Skills.
2 relevant Highers at CC plus English and Maths at National 5 or relevant national qualifications at SCQF Level 6
Year 3 of BSc Countryside Management or BSc/BSc (Hons) Environmental Resource Management
Countryside and Environment