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Handbook of Modules Bachelor Natural Resource Management 180 CP DE
Geographie Bsc 180 MH_2023.pdf (295.8 KB)  vom 08.09.2023

Schedule of Modules Bachelor Natural Resources Management 180 CP DE
MnR Bsc MÜ_2023_DE.pdf (177.8 KB)  vom 08.09.2023

Schedule of Modules Bachelor Natural Resources Management 180 CP EN
MnR Bsc MÜ_2023_EN.pdf (147.9 KB)  vom 18.09.2023

Study plan Bachelor Management of Natural Resources
Stdverlauf_BSc_MnR_abWS23.pdf (89.8 KB)  vom 25.09.2023

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Natural Resources Management


River Landscape Middle Elbe

River Landscape Middle Elbe

The study course "Management Natural Resources" connects in an interdisciplinary form the topics "Water - Soil - Plant" and is built and supported by the Institute for Geosciences and Geography and the Institute for Agriculture at the Martin Luther Uinversity Halle in an integrated way.

Central to the education is a scientific, economic and planning oriented programme as well as the training of basic knowledge and working methods in the field, in the laboratory and in modelling.

Hydrogeological practical course Eschwege (1)

Hydrogeological practical course Eschwege (1)

Besides the scientific process understanding of the environmental compartments water, soil and plants these three topics are handeled in the sense of a sustainable management of these natural ressources. Therefore the environmentally compatible use and protection of ressources is focused in a special way.

Hydrogeological practical course Eschwege (2)

Hydrogeological practical course Eschwege (2)

The study course prepares therefore for the current needs of professional careers in environmental planning, regional and country planning. It takes special interest in water, soil and nature protection and provides basics for practice oriented working fields of consultants, authorities and administration agencies.

Soil analysis

Soil analysis

The BSc programme usually lasts six semesters. After successful completion, the academic degree Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Natural Resources Management is awarded.

For a more science-oriented degree, there is a consecutive, four-semester, bilingual M.Sc. programme Natural Resources Management.

Info-flyer B.Sc. Management Natural Ressources (in German)
management-natuerlicher-ressourcen-bachelor-180 (externe Datei)

Info-flyer M.Sc. Management Natural Ressources (in German and in English)
management-natuerlicher-ressourcen-master-120 (externe Datei)

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