Operation analysis and forest evaluation (B.Sc.) (700314)
Students should learn through practical practice and experience (e.g., in exercises and field trips) how forestry-relevant information and business results can be collected and evaluated in forestry operations and how the knowledge thus gained can be used for operational analysis and operational planning and decision-making. In addition, students are taught, primarily through exercises, the practical skills to apply the classical methods of forest valuation.
Learning objectives and competences
In this course, professional action competence is strengthened through application knowledge; field trips, case studies, cause-effect analyses and presentation of results promote methodological competence.
Students should be able to quantitatively record, evaluate and assess information relevant to forestry and business results and use the knowledge thus gained for business analysis and forest evaluation. They should be able to apply the methodological concepts and derive appropriate operational conclusions.
Person responsible for module: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Möhring
Exam: written Exam (90min)
Access requirement: none
Recommended previous knowledge: none
Frequency of offer: every summer semester
Duration: 1 Semester
Recommended semester: /
Workload: Attendance time 56 hours; self-study 124 hours