The student knows on a general level the importance of forestry in the Finnish economy, society and regional development. He knows the most important Finnish forestry institutions and is familiar with their development. The student is able to express his views on the future of the forest industry. However, the student's perceptions of the above issues are limited or based on one-sided knowledge.
The student is able to present well-grounded interpretations of the social and cultural significance of forests in Finland and the regional economy, as well as the relationship between forest policy and forest use and its development. He knows the institutions that govern forestry, their roles and the relationships between them. The student is able to present reasoned estimates of the future of the forest industry.
The student understands the social and cultural significance of forests and the complexity of shaping forest policy. He / she is able to visualize the links between forest policy and major development processes - combines conceptual, experiential, general and local knowledge. The student demonstrates openness to different interpretations and is able to imagine the future of the forest sector creatively.
21.11.2022 - 16.12.2022
01.04.2022 - 13.05.2022
Mari Oja, Ari Vanamo
Degree Programme in Forestry
TAMK Main Campus