Scottish School of Forestry
The first year mirrors the HNC Forestry programme. This course includes an industrial sandwich year working in the forestry industry. The course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills for those wishing to manage woodlands and conserve our environmental heritage.
Subjects include forest policy and law, forest protection, forest design, woodland conservation, woodland ecology, forest industries, market evaluation, forestry and other land use, forest recreation and urban forests, woodland and green space. Including work placement.
2 Highers at C or above preferably including one from English, Environmental Science, Geography or Physics or 1 Higher at B plus 4 subjects at National 5 at B. Minimum of 1 year's pre-course experience in a woodland environment or Certificate in Forestry (This requirement may be waived for those with 3 or more Highers at B). Driving licence necessary.
Final year of the BSc Forest Management.
Part time (day)
Science and Environment