By choosing Forestry (Forest Growing and other specializations), students will learn to:
- establish nurseries and grow seedlings for reforestation and establishment of new plantations;
- organize forest planting, maintenance and tending operations;
- form stands of different species composition and functional destination, and foresee final fellings;
- apply forest protection measures against diseases, pests and fires;
- organize logging operations applying modern technologies;
- develop businesses of wood products and wood fuel harvesting ;
- perform forest measurements and determine the value of timber resources;
- elaborate forest management plans;
- establish energy, herbs, Christmas trees and other plantations;
- organize the protection of forest fauna and rational hunting.
After completing Forestry study program, graduates will be able to work in the State Forest Enterprise (forest districts, nurseries, forest management service), State Forest Service, environmental protection institutions, private forest companies, or establish own forestry and wood processing businesses.