D3a - Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, Alimentari e Ambientali - Guida degli insegnamenti (Syllabus)
Basic knowledge of ecology, general and systematic zoology.
The teaching method is based on lectures presented in ppt ( 2 ECTS) given to the students and practical exercises in the field ( 1 ECTS ). As part of the Moodle platform are available: a) teaching materials structured learning units; b) items in the format of interest for deepening of the topics covered in class.
Knowledge. In this course, students can learn the basic of the principles and techniques of wildlife management in order to acquire the awarness of the complexity of the parameters that must be considered in planning, design and in the natural environment and land management.
Applying knowledge and understanding. The course aims to provide students with the ability to assess the main parameters that should be considered in the wildlife management.
Cross-expertise. judgement skills: students must identify the information needed to assess the wildlife management issues; b) transfer in a clear and comprehensive information, ideas and relevant technical solutions to both, and not specialists, representing the different and specific skills involved in the management of natural environment (officials , botanists, geologists, architects).
Livestock and wildlife management is an integrated course made of two units: Sustainable livestock farming system (6 ECTS) and Wildlife management (3 ECTS). Each module is independently evaluated, but with one final grade, resulting from the weighted average (by ECTS of each unit) of the marks obtained in the two modules.
Learning evaluation methods
Final assessment will focus on a discussion on the topics covered.
Learning evaluation criteria
The student, during the oral test, will have to prove: a) knowledge of the principles of wildlife planning. b ) knowledge of the law governing the protection and wildlife management; c ) knowledge of wildlife census techniques ; d ) the principles of wildlife management.
To pass the oral exam, the student must demonstrate an overall understanding of the content, set out sufficiently corrected with the use of appropriate technical terminology, and to be able to deal with deductive reasoning to enable it to implement appropriate connections within the matter and to have acquired a complete mastery.
Learning measurement criteria
The final grade is attributed in thirtieths. Successful completion of the examination will lead to grades ranging from 18 to 30 “cum laude”.
Final mark allocation criteria
The oral test will be divided into at least three main questions, in addition to the subject of your choice. The answers will be evaluated with a score from 0 to 10 and the overall assessment will make the final judgment of thirty. The degree of 30 “cum laude” is attributed when the student demonstrates complete mastery of the subject.
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