MASTER’S PROGRAM CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK:
It is adopted the credit regime, so that one credit unit corresponds to 15 hour-class of scheduled activities, regarding theoretical and practical classes.
The curricular structure of the Stricto Sensu Graduate Program in Conservation and Management of Natural Resources is composed of mandatory subjects and elective subjects, making a total of at least 24 credits.
The hours of foreign language proficiency activities, scientific activities, dissertation development and teaching internship (30 hours) are not counted.
For the Special Topics discipline, the content will vary according to demand. The course will be presented to the Board for consideration and approval by the Board.
8 credits in the compulsory subjects offered by the course;
- 16 credits in elective courses (in the respective area of concentration) of free choice;
- Total credits: 24
- Total C / H: 360 hours
SUBJECTS - Compulsory Courses:
Environmental quality and management of natural resources - 60 h - 04 credits
Seminars - 30 h – 02 credits
Fundamentals of conservation and management of natural resources -30 h – 02 credits
Ecology of seaweed - 60 h - 04 credits
Functional biology of fish and uses in bioindication - 60 h - 04 credits
Biogeography and conservation - 60 h - 04 credits
Ecological anatomy of vascular plants - 60 h - 04 credits
Basic statistics - 60 h - 04 credits
Advanced statistics - 60 h - 04 credits
Ecological interactions: plants x organisms - 60 h - 04 credits
Molecular markers and conservation genetics - 60h - 04 credits
Environmental analysis methods - 60 h - 04 credits
Floristics, phytosociology and ecological restoration - 60 h - 04 credits
Water reuse in agriculture - 60 h - 04 credits
Alternative tactics for pest control - 60 h - 04 credits
Methodology and scientific writing - 60 h - 04 credits
Chemistry applied to the environment - 60 h - 04 credits
Conservation Biology - 60 h - 04 credits
Ecological theory applied to conservation - 60 h - 04 credits
Special topics - 60 h - 04 credits