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This seminar aims at introducing and discussing the most relevant aspects related to forest energy, as well as the latest trends and international developments. The contributors are various experts from the University of Eastern Finland and from the University of Eldoret in Kenya.The course is targeted at Forestry students, M.Sc. level students and professionals with an interest in the subject of bioenergy.

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Physics For Life Sciences I

Basic Botany I

Basic Calculus

Basic Chemistry I

Basic Zoology  I

Development Concepts & Applications

Introduction to Forestry.

Basic chemistry II

Communication Skills II

Geometry & Applied Mathematics 

HIV/AIDS Awareness

Introductory Ecology

Physics for life sciences II

Rural Sociology & Anthropology

State, society and development


Introductory Statistics

Plant Structure & Function

Plant Taxonomy and Dendrology

Principles Of Economics

Introduction to Soil Science

Forest Entomology


Forest mensuration

Silviculture and nursery practices

Soil Survey and Land Use Planning

Surveying and Photogrammetry

Genetics and Tree improvement

Forest Hydrology


Principles Of Wildlife Management

Soil Chemistry and Fertility

Wood Properties, Products And Utilization


conservation of natural Forests & woodlands

Computer Applications in Forestry 

Forest management

Forest Engineering

Dryland Forest Resources & Management 


Field Attachment

Environmental Impact Assessment

This course is aimed at introducing and discussing the relevant aspects of research methodologies to undergraduate students in natural resource management.  The major are divided into two main parts: Part I consists of basic concepts and principles of research - the need for research, purpose and types of research, and identifying and prioritizing research needs. Part II deals with the research process: developing a research proposal, conducting research, data analysis, reporting research results, logistical and ethical issues in research, and managing research projects. 

Forest business management


Wood Based Products and Utilization

Advanced Plantation Management

Forest Management Plans

GIS & Remote Sensing In Natural Resource  Management

Forest Harvesting

Forest Policy, Law & Ethics

Social Forestry and Rural Development

Soil and Water Conservation

Urban Forestry

Research Project & Seminar



Forest biotechnology

Forest Administration

Forestry Extension

Marketing of Forest Products

Non wood Forest products

Project planning and management

Forestry Health

The concept of health is well understood as applied to humans but may not be appropriate for ecosystems. Defining health in terms of homeostasis, whereby any change in condition represents a decline in health, fits humans well but not ecosystems. A human is an organism with a highly integrated physiology; survival requires precise regulation of internal temperature.

Basic Chemistry I

Basic Botany I

 Basic Calculus

Basic Physics I

Concepts Of Ecology

Life Skills and Water Survival Techniques

Technical Writing Skills

Natural Resources and the Society

Hiv/Aids Awareness

Basic Chemistry II

Geometry And Applied Elementary Mathematics

Concepts of Ecology

Public Speaking and Communication Skills

Basics Physics II

Information and Communication Technology I

Earth Sciences I

Introductory Statistics

Introduction to Soil Science

Biodiversity Conservation and Management 

Hydrology and Watershed Management  

Principles Of Economic I

Surveying, Remote Sensing And Aerial Photo Interpretation

Microbiology for Natural Resource Studies

Mineralogy and Petrology

Soil survey, classification and landuse planning 

Aquatic and Wetland Resources Management 

Education, Science And Technology In Development 

Geographical Information Systems

Biodiversity Conservation and Management

Energy Resources Management

Hydrology and Watershed Management

Introductory Biodiversity

Statistical and computer aided applications

Biodiversity Conservation and Management Concepts and definitions. Values of biodiversity, Losses of biodiversity, In-situ and Ex-situ conservation, Concepts of sustainability, Policy aspects, Global and National conservation initiatives, Historical development of forest and Wild life conservation in Kenya, Protected area net works, Fauna and Flora protection ordinance, Forest ordinance, Forestry master plan, National framework for action on biodiversity conservation, Multinational environmental agreements (CBD, RAMSAR, CITES & CMS), Principals and approaches of ‘conservation biology’, Case studies.

 Insects of Commercial Value

Wildlife Resources Management (3 Units)


 Analytical Techniques for Natural Resources Management (3 Units)

Introduction to Environmental Policy and Law

Natural Resource Economics


 Concepts of Environmental Sciences


 Inland Aquatic Resource Management

 Watersheds Management & Conservation

 Forest Assessment and Management

 Human Resources Management

Environmental Impact Assessment


Conservation Biology

 Waste Water Management 


Business economics & financial accounting

Mineral exploration

Natural Resource Policy and Law 

Natural Resource Management Internship

Dryland Forestry Practices 

Community Wildlife Management

Protected Area Management 

Integrated Natural Resources Management

Forestry and Rural Development 

Marketing Management

Climate Change and Natural Resources

Project Planning And Management

Gender Perspectives in Natural Resources Management

 Natural hazards and disaster Management

 Coastal Wetlands and Marine Parks Management

Eco Tourism

Natural Resources and Environmental Quality Management

 Special Project In Natural Resources Management & Seminar

 Introduction to Forestry

 Development concepts and applications                

 Communication skills 1

Basic calculus          

Basic chemistry 1

 Basic physics 1

 Basic botany 1

Basic zoology I

 Introductory ecology

Quantitative skills II                                                           

Communication skills II

Geometry and elementary applied mathematics

Basic chemistry II   

Basic physics II

 Basic botany II

Principles Of Animal Production

Introduction to Soil Science

Rural Sociology

Plant Taxonomy and Dendrology

Principles of Silviculture and Nursery Practices

Introductory Statistics


State,Society and Development

Introduction to Agroforestry

Soil Survey and Landuse Planning

Surveying and Photogrammetry

Plant Structure and Function

Genetics and Evolution

Principles Of Economics

Forest Mensuration


Soil Chemistry And Fertility

Forest Inventory

Natural Resources and Environmental Economics     

Multipurpose Trees In Agroforestry

Farm Mechanization

Farm Planning and Management

Agroforestry Systems, Practices & Technologies I

Introduction to Computer Science

Principles of Crop production

 Field practice

Tree genetics and improvement 

Land Use Policy And Law                                                                   

Livestock Production And Agroforestry  

Biology And Control Of Agroforestry Pests, Weeds And Diseases.  

Agroforestry Systems, Practices And Technologies II

Computer Applications

Research Methods

Soil biology

 Social Forestry and rural development

Urban Forestry              

 Soil and water conservation                            

 Research project and seminar

 Quantitative methods in Agroforestry

Seed science and technology

• Systems of classifying bioclimatic aridity
• Eco-regions of Kenya and East Africa
• Soil characteristics in the arid zones
• Indigenous vegetation in the drylands
• Agroforestry as a land use in marginal lands; Agroforestry technologies; fodders plots, in-farm woodlots, border planting, livefences, windbreaks,
• Grazing land management and silvopastoral systems
• Water conserving and income generating agroforestry technologies
• Case studies of agroforestry systems as practiced in the world’s drylands

Forest extension

Project planning and management

Principles of range management

Management of degraded lands

 Business management & marketing of AgroForestry products

 Development concepts & applications (3 Units)


Communication skills (3 units)


Basic chemistry I (3 Units)

 Basic botany I (3 Units)

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